Enjoy a simple, comfortable stay in historic Brookland! Three private, cozy bedrooms, thoughtfully done, plus a convenient common area, make up this separate, second-story haven in a pleasant family home. Easy access to Metro, shops and cafes; quiet and safe neighborhood. Light breakfast fare (cereal and energy bars, instant oatmeal, orange juice, yogurt, fruit, coffee and tea) available. Shared bathroom. *No kitchen sink, stove or range* *No washer or dryer*
Guests have complete access to three inviting rooms on the private, second-story level of my welcoming home. Each room features a full-sized bed, ample closet space (with hangers), and a chest of drawers. Shared full bathroom and common area. Towels and linen provided. No kitchen sink, stove or range. Pack-and-play and twin-sized air mattress available, if needed. A great alternative to a hotel suite! Please note that hate has no home here and that I celebrate diversity of all kinds.
Guests will have access to a shared bathroom and a common area with bench seating. No kitchen sink, stove or range. An off-street parking space can be arranged. Private second level.
Interaction with guests
I live downstairs in a completely separate area and offer as much or as little interaction with my guests as they desire. Please note that my home is very inclusive, as is my neighborhood, and that hate has no home here.
Other things to note
Shared bathroom with shower and tub. Towels and linen provided. Common area has a coffee maker, an electric kettle, a microwave, a toaster oven, and a mini-fridge. No kitchen sink, stove or range. Television/cable is available only in the common area right now (I am in the process of installing flat screen TVs in each bedroom, but I haven't gotten there yet!).
No loud parties!
* Absolutely no downloading of copyrighted materials (no Bit Torrent, for example). Any copyright infringement by guest subject to release of guests info to copyright holder for further action.
Hate Has No Place Here. Please seek housing elsewhere if you cannot tolerate differences and diversity.
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Since 1969, I have lived in a quaint, cottage-like home on Newton Street, just steps away from the 12th Street corridor. While I’ve seen many changes in Brookland, it was comfortable and welcoming then and is comfortable and welcoming today. A wide range of diverse families still call Brookland home. The neighborhood has had a positive impact on my children who grew up with good memories here.
Today, I am always on the go, heading to family reunions in Martha’s Vineyard, performing with Seniors Who Move, a local tap dance group or attending my five grandchildren’s many activities. However, no matter where I travel, I am always so happy to return home to Brookland.