My 1850s raised cape in the village at Hartland Four Corners sits on nearly an acre of land bordering two small river/streams. The space available is the first floor master bedroom, with use of living room, dining room, kitchen, and full bathroom.
The house has been fully renovated with modern amenities and features, but still retains all its historic charm. It has lovely old pine wood floors all around-but also new light switches and outlets all around. The kitchen is brand new with plenty of lighting and cabinet space and large side-by-side fridge. Outdoors, there is a great picnic area (see photo) down by the river in the back yard, which is a great spot for morning coffee or just hanging out in the evening.
Living room, dining room, kitchen, and full bathroom.
When I'm around, I'm more than happy to offer guests the benefit of my extensive knowledge of the local area (having lived in the area, off and on, since 1968!) or just hang out and socialize if that's what folks feel like doing!
I will be staying nearby while guests are using the place, so I've listed the home as the entire place, meaning the entire first floor as shown in the photos. There may be times when I need to have access to check on things, pick up personal items, do maintenance, or occasionally use the living room or kitchen when I'm around. But these would be infrequent and can usually be coordinated in advance. If you have any questions about this, just let me know. :-)
I ask two things: 1) please clean up after yourself and leave the place as you found it (aside from washing and changing bedding, which is done before each guest), and 2) respect the only other house rule: the golden rule ;-)...
One of the things I really enjoy about the airbnb experience is the chance to meet new people and make new friends, both as a guest and a host. Outside of New England, I also spend a lot of time near the beach in Wilmington, North Carolina. So if I'm not around, that's where I'm likely to be. But having grown up in the area, I'm definitely a New Englander at heart and love the area in all seasons, especially summer, fall, winter, and spring...except maybe a few days in mud season! In any case, whether I'm an airbnb host or a guest, wherever I am, and wherever you're from, I'll strive to make sure you feel welcome as my guest and happy as a host if I'm staying at your place. My only house rule, which seems to work out pretty well either way, is...the golden one...;-) Happy Trails!