Elegant, old world charm plus modern conveniences. This apartment is a separate annex to the main Queen Anne House near Emory/Decatur, as listed on AirBnB. It is to the left of photo. It has its own private deck and porch, use of the beautiful hot tub, washer/dryer. It is a completely separate apartment and is not shared with main house. We encourage you to rent by the month.
This charming, old, historic apartment is totally redone. It's one of a kind. It has 12 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows. The home has been on tour in the Kirkwood home tour several times. We have a new 48 inch flat screen smart TV with Netflix. The apartment is about 600 sq. feet. It is located to the left of the front door in the photo. It has its own two entrances. We are close to Emory, the CDC and the World Congress Center.
Guests have access to washer/dryer, hot tub, deck with new grill, on site parking, beautiful porch with swing and rocking chair, and large, fenced in back yard. We have just added fiber optics superfast speed internet to our properties.
You have access to our security system.
Interaction with guests
We will show our guests the property and will be available to address any issues.
Other things to note
This listing is connected but totally separate from the larger Queen Anne house in Kirkwood listed on Airbnb. The apartment can be rented separately or in conjunction with the bigger house. It is to the left of the front door in the main photo. Visit the other listing for additional information. We have a security system for your use in the apartment. We have a comfortable queen bed and a queen size pull out sofa. If there is an extra person, we have a comfortable, single air mattress. We also have a Pack and Play bed for babies. We have just added fiber optics superfast speed internet to our properties.
Please no loud parties and no smoking or pets. Thank you.
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I am a retired Human Resource manager. I enjoy reading, cooking, traveling, and hiking. I volunteer as an English tutor to middle school girls who are refugees from all over the world. My husband, Bert, and I, enjoy hosting book clubs at our house. We also teach adult courses at Emory University in the Olli program for seniors. We rotate our time visiting our seven grandchildren in Seattle, San Diego and Chapel Hill. I admit to being a Words With Friends addict.
We take great pleasure in meeting and hosting our guests from Airbnb. They have enriched our lives and we look forward to making new friends.