Luxury executive home suitable for many uses, from quiet vacation stay to holding meetings and small parties.
The house features all the typical must-have amenities for a luxury home such as cable and internet access (both wire and wireless) to all the rooms, full kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, bar with sink and wine cooler, plasma or LCD TVs in living room, family room and master bedroom. All rooms have cable and internet access.
Four bedroom home is fully furnished perfectly combining luxury and comfort with cozy leather sofas and chairs, central fireplace, plush queen beds complete with linens, hardwood floors throughout, and detailed tile work within the full kitchen including all new amenities.
To make your stay even more enjoyable we have installed the reverse-osmosis 7-filter system that deliver bottled water quality drinking, the instant hot water dispenser for the quick cup of soup or tea, the Recirculating system so you can enjoy hot water almost instantly at the faucets anywhere in the house.
Other things to note
Please note that 10% county lodging tax will be due upon arrival.
Please be advised that we required a supplemental rental agreement that allows the guests to fill out the names of the guests staying overnight. It is important that we know who stays at the property. We also ask for the purpose of the guest stay to be in writing as well.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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I was born and raised in Viet Nam. I came to the US when I was 16. In 1997, I joined the US Marines. I served my first year in Japan and spent the rest of the time at Camp Pendleton. During these 4 years in the service, I traveled quite a bit. I always chose to stay at vacation rentals instead of hotels because I loved to experience the local culture.
Being a vacation rental owner, I have had the opportunity to return the favor. I enjoy meeting people coming from all over the world and get to learn many things without leaving my door step. I never knew about an event called "Senior Olympics" until the guests contacted me to rent my homes in San Jose. I was blown away that men and women in their 70s, 80s and 90s would compete in competitive sports. I got to meet film crews, musicians, entrepreneurs and just simply nice folks.
To me, managing vacation rentals is a combination of passion and a rewarding life style. I enjoy the day to day challenges just as much as the fun of sharing foods with new guests. I keep on telling myself that I need to record many of the conversations that I have with my guests and put together "a day in the life of a vacation owner". I think I need to do it soon. So hang on tight, a short film will be coming soon.