Super high ceilings, a full size upright piano, private bk patio, kitchen, this historic house is a super short walk from downtown & UGA campus, coffee houses, and all the best attractions that Athens has to offer! Old & charming, private 1/2 house.
Only blocks from downtown, airport shuttles, and the local co-op- this location is great! The house was split into duplexes in the early 1970's, so you have your own private entrances (front and back) 2 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, laundry room, grand hall, piano nook, etc....
These elegant 4 rooms include 2 single beds+ 1 queen bed, private kitchen, & bath.... featuring an extra long claw-foot tub (which can be used to shower in as well).
You can walk downtown (takes 8 min), UGA campus (12 min), city bus-lines (2 min), football games (18 min walk to stadium), the airport shuttle (5 min), the co-op (2 min), and to the post-office (10 min).
Our neighborhood is historic Cobbham with bakeries, coffee houses, fine dining, and all the luxuries just a short distance away.
The house is 3 blocks from city ACC bus-line. 1/4 mile from UGA line. Everything is very walkable. Airport shuttles are close by. Cab services available. Bakeries, Coffeehouses, all just down the block.
It's like having your own house (w/2 parking spaces). The kitchen is ready for use and is fully stocked with cookware, dishes, and even cloth napkins.
We give you the instructions and the wifi and door codes and then you are on your own to enjoy the space.
My favorite local attractions are: Sea Bear (Oyster Bar), The National (fancy dining), Big City Bread (for baked goods/brunch), The Grit (Vegetarian), Hi Lo (Neighborhood bar/lounge), Daily Grocery (local co-op), Avid Bookstore, and Tla Loc (Mexican food).
Please be respectful of neighbors and do not damage the property. No smoking inside.
When I'm at home I run Orange Twin Records, a small independent record label. I also garden and help take care of the dogs and goats on our small farm. I like to play music and ride horses in my spare time. In the summertime, I am a manager of a local canoe and kayak outpost on a nearby river. I grew up in Athens, as my father was a UGA professor, therefore I know the town and its history fairly well and enjoy sharing what I can with newcomers.