One bedroom apt in 1929 built, plaster corniced ceilings, gleaming hardwood floors, French doors, exquisite home furnishings including Italian bed linens and beautiful art await your stay in Rochester's gorgeous NOTA, Neighborhood of the Arts.
The apartment is on the 2nd floor (SW corner) of a fabulous red brick building which once served as executive housing for Rochester's Sibley Corporation; my unit was completely redone five years ago. French blue walls in the living room provide a soothing nest enhanced by down-filled silk blend upholstered pieces, Scalamadre silk lampas drapes provide privacy and extra insulation. I am a gourmet cook so you will find everything you need to snug in on those nights that you need a break from Rochester's vibrant cultural scene. Anichini towels and fine Italian bed linens (with duvet) and feather bed adorn my antique French Queen size bed. Down, and down/feather pillows. Steam radiators. No TV, perfect for a single or a couple getting away for a romantic weekend. Cleaning service available for long term guests. Coin laundry on first level. No elevator, not handicapped accessible. No smoking, no pets.
Acesso de hóspedes
Easy access to Rochester's Memorial Art Gallery, Blue Cross Arena, The Little Theatre, Kodak Hall, Eastman School of Music, GEVA, The George Eastman House, The Rochester Museum and Science Center, Draper Center for Dance and Rochester City Ballet, fabulous restaurants, antique shops and four grocery stores. Surrounded by trees, I have planted a "Secret Garden" in the buildings' centre courtyard and bought vintage lawn furniture - delightful to take your coffee or breakfast in weather permitting. The spice cabinet is fully stocked, feel free to use. Cuisinart, KitchenAid, Cuisinart cookware (made in France), Henckels and Marks Exaktor knives, huge collection of cookbooks, Waterford Crystal, English crockery, it's all here nothing is off limits but please be respectful. Happy to have groceries and liquor shopped for in advance of your arrival for cost of goods + 20% of total.
Interação com hóspedes
I will be out of the country for three months. Neighbors have agreed to take on acting as your liaison and will ensure that the apartment is thoroughly clean prior to each rental (or arrange to have cleaning service come in as required for long term rental). My landlord is aware that I am subletting. Emergency phone numbers will be provide. This would be an ideal circumstance for an executive under contract to Harris, Bausch & Lomb, guest conductor for RPO, guest dancer for Rochester City Ballet, parents visiting their children during the holidays, a sabbatical at RIT or University of Rochester or residency for Strong Memorial or Highland hospitals.
Outras coisas a ter em conta
Ice is manual - not automatic. Pur water filter. Radiators can be really too warm so I have them turned down to nearly nothing. A turn to the left will give you more heat as you might require. I leave the bathroom and one kitchen window slightly cracked to ensure airflow and rarely close the bathroom door so that there isn't a mold issue. Hyper-sensitive smoke alarm in the living room will go off simply in using the oven on a high temperature (sorry - we have tried everything) suggest closing French door to kitchen or simply open a window and wave a dish towel at it in a fanning motion. Neighbors are super quiet and considerate.
Security deposit required. No loud music after 10 PM. No smoking, no drug use, no pets. Occupancy is for no more than two people. Sorry, that means no kids. Unless there is a power outage I would ask that you not use candles - or be very careful. Please do not leave wet towels anywhere except in the bathtub or on one of the three towel bars in the bathroom. Please clean up after yourself - please take trash out, (west side of the building has recycle bins nearest the street, garbage at the rear of the building). Please do the dishes before vacating.
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I am an author, a blog writer (with readers in 120 countries) and a social entrepreneur. An avid gardener, fiend in the kitchen, mindful sensualist and a bibliophile (you will find a small eclectic library but no TV, WiFi or land line). My mantra is 'to leave the room lighter than it was when I came into it' so I hope that my home, while you make it yours, brings you renewal and comfort.