Historic arts and crafts style two story with original wood floors and filled with antiques. In the middle of Kerrytown - a half block to the farmers market and Zingerman's. 7 minute walk to U of M central campus or all the restaurants on Main Street
On the first floor of the house, you'll find the kitchen, dining room, living room with a working fireplace and a full bath. There are 4 bedrooms upstairs and another full bath. The bedroom for rent is upstairs. It is a huge bedroom (13'x15') with a walk-in closet and big windows that face south and east. It gets a lot of sunlight. Fully furnished with a queen-sized bed, desk, chair, dresser, reading chairs and vanity.
You have access to all the common areas on the first floor, including the living room with fireplace and home theater system, dining room, kitchen and huge front porch. There is also a basement with washer and dryer and extra storage space. You will have to share a bathroom with 1-2 other people.
Interaction with guests
My fiancé and I live upstairs. He's in real estate and works right downtown and I'm a third year PhD student in the Neuroscience program. The other roommates in the house are generally visiting scholars or professors, just ask for more details on who will be living with us during your timeframe. We're busy during the day, but usually around during evenings cooking, sitting on the front porch and drinking wine! We're happy to pour you a glass or send you out with our recommendations in tow.
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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Hi there! My fiancé and I live in a big historic house in Kerrytown, Ann Arbor. I am a third year graduate student in the Neuroscience program at the University of Michigan and he works in real estate downtown. We're big fans of airbnb and now since we have the space, we're renting out rooms in our home. We love meeting people and are happy to host people from around the world and share what we think is great about Ann Arbor.