Anthony, I do apologize if you feel as though I misrepresented the space in the ad. I also regret your apprehension & discomfort over the situation affecting your stay. The ad does include many of the details you brought up. This is why I encourage all guests to read through the ad and the rules thoroughly.
The ad you responded to did state "The private bedroom pictured and dining area are your exclusive spaces. The bathroom will be shared access, between host and the other guests." There is no mention of the living room in this section, which would logically preclude its inclusion in the deal.
The photos provided of the apartment were meant to illustrate the space as a whole, including the kitchen & living room, two spaces to which guests do not enjoy access other than use of the microwave. There are additional photos provided of the block on which the house resides. These should not be taken, for example, as advertisement of outdoor space.
All guests are encouraged to reach out to me for clarity, should they find anything about the description to be too allusive. There are NO illusions here, the ad goes on further, "The main concentration has gone towards making the (bed)room itself a private, self-contained, and pleasant environment, with basic necessities covered". I strive to provide exactly this standard to each guest.
It is also incumbent upon my guests to follow the proviso in the Guest Interaction section, which reads, "Guests interact with EACH OTHER best with mutual respect for space & resources. Guests have typically had very pleasant experiences in their interactions with each other, & the host, with this in mind". There are several such references to the presence of other guests within the home, emphasizing the use of kindness in interaction. This section is so imperative to conduct within the home that I will now duplicate its contents at the front of the ad.
Many things about your behavior over our three weeks together make it obvious to me you didn't read this part.
Anthony, if these incidental things were deal-breakers of utmost importance, I would've suggested gaining clarity from me before booking. I will definitely make specific changes to make sure all potential guests, whatever their particular affinity or aversion to communication may be, are better acquainted with the set up of the house in advance.