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A four story townhouse at the northern rim of Tremont overlooking the Cleveland skyline one mile downtown. The top floor is a private loft with vaulted ceilings, leather sofa and chairs, 54" TV with free Netflix and Chromecast and a queen sized bed. The floor below has a private guest room with another queen sized bed and adjacent private bath. Only highest quality linens and towels laundered in hypoallergenic detergent. We never book two parties at the same time even if you're traveling alone.
Enjoy a spacious private loft with vaulted ceilings overlooking the Cleveland skyline which includes a queen sized bed with high quality cotton sheets and bedding always laundered with hypoallergenic detergents. The loft occupies the entire third floor so when you want privacy and space, you've got it. Leather furniture and 54" television including Netflix & Chromecast. This listing also includes another private guest room on the second floor. Also a unique space with a second queen sized bed placed inside a turret area. Same quality sheets and blankets. Adjacent to that is a private bath and shower. Whether you are are traveling alone or a small group, all this space is private and reserved for you. We never host two separate groups at the same time. The rest of the house is shared with Mork and me and you're welcome to absolutely make yourself at home. Make use of the kichen or first floor living area, deck and grill.
Acesso de hóspedes
I truly want you to feel like your staying at a long lost friend's house and make yourself at home! I'll rename this section "Host Access". We won't come into your private space unless invited which is the entire third floor loft and second floor guest room and bath. Feel free to use the kitchen, refrigerator, etc. Just relax and don't worry about anything. (except the shoes, I do like everyone to take off their shoes at the front door : ) - It's for the babies! When a guest visits with a baby, I want to keep the floor as clean as possible because they'll be crawling on it.
Interação com hóspedes
I love to meet new people and interact with guests. If you prefer space and privacy that's fine too. I really just want to you to feel comfortable and at home.
Tremont is a neighborhood in the city of Cleveland, Ohio, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Tremont is one of the oldest parts of Cleveland, and once held a large German immigrant population. Today the neighborhood is home to many restaurants and art galleries. The district sits just west of the Cuyahoga River and south of the Ohio City neighborhood.
Neighborhood landmarks and points of interest:
Lemko Hall - The historic hall served as a social gathering place for the one-time sizable concentration of immigrants from the Slavic region of Lemkovina who lived in Tremont. Today it is a mixed use (retail and condominiums) structure and a city landmark. It is arguably most famous for being the site of the wedding reception in the 1978 film, The Deer Hunter.
St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral - Also featured in The Deer Hunter, the cathedral was built in 1912, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Pilgrim Congregational Church - built in 1894, on the National Register of Historic Places.
A Christmas Story House - Site of several exterior scenes in the 1983 holiday film, A Christmas Story, the house was home to protagonist Ralphie Parker and his family. It was purchased on eBay in 2004 by San Diego entrepreneur Brian Jones and subsequently renovated to replicate the interior and exterior as seen in the film, and is now a museum.
Some great restaurants and bars in Tremont, Cleveland's original foodie neighborhood:
Bac Asian American Bistro and Bar — 2661 W. 14th St., Cleveland; . This Tremont bar-bistro reaches far and wide for pan-Asian flavors and hits on every note, from the Spicy Shrimp Quesadillas to Gyoza Dumplings. Like many of Bac's Asian small plates, they're perfect for Happy Hour (3-6 p.m. Monday-Friday) with extroverted flavors and textures that work well with Bac's inspired cocktail menu. Create a bento box option available.
Barrio — 806 Literary Road, Cleveland; . Creative (and delicious) tacos are the big draw, along with tequila and whiskey in a great Tremont location with legendary Happy Hour and a cool outdoor patio. Weekend brunch (Saturday, Sunday).
Bourbon Street Barrel Room — 2393 Professor Ave., Cleveland; . These owners genuinely love, appreciate and understand everything about the culture of New Orleans. It comes across in the beautiful open space with tin ceilings, dark wood and shadowed brick, and in the dizzying menagerie of flavors, scents and textures found throughout the extensive menu. Po Boy sandwiches are a house specialty. This is an authentic NOLA/Big Easy experience, with great food, atmosphere and cocktails — from traditionally-minded Sazeracs and French 75's, to "nouveaux" Gator Juice, Category 5 Hurricane and the King Cake cocktail, with praline rum and a plastic "baby Jesus" in the ice.
A Cookie and a Cupcake and Churned Ice Cream Shop — 2681 W. 14th St., Cleveland; great tastes that go great together: Churned Ice Cream Shop shares premises with A Cookie and A Cupcake, a favorite Cleveland bakery with a name that screams truth in advertising. You won't leave with one of anything though. Both share fondness for eclectic flavor profiles. Big local following.
Civilization Coffee and Tea — 2366 W. 11th St., Cleveland; . Truly a neighborhood gem, there are many good things to be said about Civilization: idyllic, historic location, notable coffee (and caffeinated variables), delicious baked goods, great employees and a spirit that recalls a bygone era that can only be described as Rockwellesque. One of the city's true treasures.
Coda — 2247 Professor St., Cleveland; . Cleveland live music fans now have another opportunity to indulge in their passion. Chef Dante Bocuzzi recently opened Coda beneath his Tremont eatery, Dante. The venue can accommodate as many as 100 people, depending on the show. Its rock ’n’ roll decor features murals that pay homage to the stars of classic rock, new wave, punk and metal – with images of everyone from the Ramones to Frank Zappa to Duran Duran to KISS.
Dante — 2247 Professor Ave., Cleveland; . Chef Dante Boccuzzi has established an eating boutique aimed at every whim: a little something to temper a cocktail, rich things for small appetites, and full-blown meals. He seduces meat into peak succulence. The former bank building can get noisy on a busy night, but still feels grand. Special dietary needs accommodated. "Godzilla Happy Hour" rolls some fine and fun cheap Happy Hour (4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday) deals. Snag the "Sushi Pop," Miso Mussels and Edamame. It all goes down well with the Harvest Punch, one of the discounted elixirs on the list.
Dante Next Door — 2247 Professor Ave., Cleveland; . Get dinner-quality meals at lunch and brunch with this Wednesday through Sunday little brother of the acclaimed Dante restaurant. Look for pizza, pasta, classic entrees. You can't go wrong with the signature Triple Pork Saltimbocca sandwich or freshly wrought brunch cocktails.
Edison's Pub — 2373 Professor Ave., Cleveland; . It's a favorite local hotspot with one of the largest selections of bottled beer in the city, a cozy patio that feels like you commandeered your neighbor's, and some simply dynamite pizza next door. Edison's may not get the national press, but it's an unwavering institution and a Cleveland classic.
Fahrenheit — 2417 Professor Ave., Cleveland; . Fahrenheit in Tremont is often mentioned near the top of any list of the city's best, and for good reason. If there is a common thread among chef-owner Rocco Whelan's eclectic dishes, it's the kitchen's ability to highlight a wide range of flavors, both bold and subtle, that beautifully complement the main ingredients. Happy Hour runs 5-7 p.m. Monday-Friday; the menu changes by season. Rocco's Shrimp Tacos, Happy Hour Pizza and the Cleveland Cheesesteak (outstanding with caramelized onions, roasted mushrooms and truffled whiz). Beer, wine and seasonal cocktail specials add more appeal.
Fat Cats — 2601 W. 10th St., Cleveland; . Fat Cats' best visual may be downtown Cleveland's urban splendor as seen from its big bay windows — but the food looks mighty good, too. A sort of Modern American melting pot, the menu pulls from Asian, European and North and South American culinary influences. Well prepared casual fare. Late night Friday-Saturday. Happy Hour (4-7 p.m. Monday-Friday) seems endless here, with all sorts of small plates that run $3, $5 and $6. Options include a solid Bahn Mi sandwich, Korean ribs, steamed buns and more. Outstanding selection of craft beer and plenty of New World and Old World wines by the glass to be had here.
Flying Monkey — 819 Jefferson Ave., Cleveland; : Yes, this bar is named after those critters in "The Wizard of Oz." But the fun-loving regulars are hardly cowardly lions when it comes to partying.
The lively patio makes sure of that. The inside bar -- with its beautiful checkered woodwork and molded ceiling -- makes it comfy. There's something warm and lively about the patio. Maybe it's because it feels like a garden. Or a backyard. Or maybe it's all the wood, the occasional strumalong that goes on back here.
Ginko — 2247 Professor Ave., Cleveland; . Many argue that it's the best sushi in town. Creation of chef Dante Boccuzzi (his Dante restaurant is upstairs) this modern and colorful eatery features the talented Taishi Noma, a tall, bespectacled chef with the bearing of a Zen master. To be sure, his fish and rice are worthy of contemplation.
Grumpy's Cafe — 2621 West 14th St., Cleveland; . Grumpy's is a family-friendly comfort-food favorite and serves up one of the best weekend brunches in Cleveland. A big selection of omelets (served with toast and the house Cajun home fries), pancakes and French toast - plus funky art and a welcoming atmosphere - draw locals and return visitors.
Hoopple's — 1930 Columbus Road, Cleveland; of the best shot-and-beer "melting pots" nestled in the west bank of The Flats, on the border with Tremont and Ohio City. The patio has an astonishing city view, former James Gang guitarist Glenn Schwartz occasionally turns up to jam out, C-town sporting events are shown in "Bridgevision" there, and Polish kielbasa tacos on Tuesdays! A Cleveland classic.
Lava Lounge — 1307 Auburn Ave., Cleveland , : There once was a time when trendies ruled over this dimly lit hideaway. Not anymore. The Lava has settled into being an eclectic bar where the DJs -- techno, rock, soul -- are as varied as the drink menu. Or the crowd, a diverse cocktail made with locals, guzzlers, trendies, yuppies, you name it, they're all here.
Lilly Handmade Chocolates — 761 Starkweather Ave., Cleveland; : This tiny Tremont shop specializes in daring flavors cooked up by owner Amanda Montague, a trained chef who wants to outdo Godiva with her expert combinations, chocolate quality and fillings. Lilly's offers confections, a variety of house-made chocolate bars, a specialty chocolate bark and daily truffle varieties. It's also home to a collection of wines and craft beers selected to pair with chocolates.
Lucky's Cafe — 777 Starkweather Ave., Cleveland; . Fresh baked goods, sprawling portions of over-the-top rich breakfast dishes (weekends) are signatures of this funky little cafe in a corner of the Tremont neighborhood. Plush mac and cheese and a Reuben grill with house-cured corned beef make this local cafe an indulgence. Good selection of coffee drinks.
Parallax Restaurant & Bar — 2179 W. 11th St., Cleveland; . Imaginative contrasts are part of chef Zack Bruell's craft. Parallax is a showcase for precise executions of diverse dishes, reflecting gastronomic influences of Asian cookery. Wonderful sushi to be had here, too. Parallax sells absinthe, which goes down mighty swell during what Bruell's calls "Green Hour." The Happy Hour (5-6:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 11 p.m.-close Friday-Saturday) boasts deals on beer, wine, ginger cosmos and, yes, Absinthe. Seafood-forward, sushi nosh specials, too.
Prosperity Social Club — 1109 Starkweather Ave., Cleveland; . Artists, rockers and working-class stiffs frequent this vintage watering hole. It's well-known locally for melding Old World flavors and styles with New World flair in both their kitchen and bar. Casual fare done well, with surprises like vegetarian curry, shrimp 'n grits, good salads. Outstanding brunch, late-night menu and more have made Travel + Leisure, GQ, USA Today and The Guardian among its biggest fans.
Sokolowski's University Inn — 1201 University Road, Cleveland; . Like our city, Sokolowski's is unassuming but proud, a high-quality and hearty mix of Old World & new. The place is packed for lunch and Friday-Saturday dinners. Food is ordered cafeteria-style and draws a family-friendly crowd with home-made pierogi, entrees, soups, chops, fish fries, stuffed cabbage.
Spotted Owl — 710 Jefferson Ave., Cleveland; . Relative newcomer to the scene, this creative cocktail bar is set in an 1850s-era Bible factory building. A hearty slate of craft cocktails anchors the menu ("reds, whites and brews" for non-liquor types) and "polite noshes" (bar snacks) from another fine local establishment, The Black Pig.
The South Side — 2207 W. 11th St., Cleveland; . Fun, glamorous bar food and upwardly mobile entrees at downscale prices in an urbanely hip, industrial-chic Tremont rehab. Long waits on weekends are rewarded with the best chicken and waffles on the planet.
The Treehouse — 820 College Ave., Cleveland; . Located in the heart of Tremont, The Treehouse is one of Cleveland's favorite Irish hangs. Score Guinness (or your favorite draught beer), settle in and watch the game on flat-panel HDTVs, schmooze with the neighborhood folk, warm up by the cozy fireplace, or nestle into the extra-cool bar.... a Tree-mont staple.
Tremont Tap House — 2572 Scranton Rd., Cleveland; . Located on Cleveland's Southside, the city's first official Gastropub offers a "meticulous" selection of hand-crafted brews from North America and Europe -- 100+ in all, four-dozen of them on draught. Paired with exceptionally fresh dishes with local ingredients, in a relaxed, inspired space.
The townhouse is on the corner of University road and Literary road. Park on Literary next to the lamp post that is illuminated by the big Japanese maple tree. There are stairs that lead up right there and the door is the first one on the right. Feel free to call if it's confusing.
I really want you to relax and feel at home! I will mention one item, since it's not universally practiced: Our custom is to remove our shoes and leave them inside the front door to keep the floors and carpets clean. Especially since some guests have babies and crawl on the floor, we like to keep them as clean as possible.
Otherwise, just common sense stuff, like smoking outside, etc. We look forward to your visit!
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I'm an artist and have two galleries in Cleveland. I'm usually working at one of the two galleries so I'm not home a lot. I have a home studio where I do a lot of work too. I'm quiet and friendly in person. My style of hosting is to allow the guest the space they desire. I like to get to know people and make new friends but I also realize that sometimes people just want some time to themselves. Both are okay with me. When you arrive, I'll give you the key and you can make yourself at home.