Historic building on a cobblestone alley, in the heart of Phoenixville near cafés, theater, restaurants, breweries and hiking trails.
1st floor has a small lounge area with a couch & bathroom. A spiral staircase takes you to the large creative studio with paintings and a mural. The bed is a futon with an extra memory foam mattress to make it comfortable. (note bathroom is downstairs). There is a small kitchenette.
Great location with bike trails starting directly across the street.
There are paintings, mosaics and stained glass making this a unique space, for those who like creativity.
In the winter, snuggle up to the charming gas fireplace.
There is a courtyard with pond / opens to park. The French creek is across the street and the Schuylkill river and canal are in walking distance.
The studio is connected to the main house with a private door from the courtyard which enters to the downstairs sitting area. There is a spiral staircase that goes up to the sleeping area, kitchenette and large studio and sleeping space. From the courtyard there is also a gate that opens to a community park.
The studio is self-check-in. You will not meet me for your privacy, but I am available by text or phone if you need anything.
I have a sheet with restaurants, trail, instructions and things to do, all in walking distance.
The studio does not have internet but there are many nearby cafes which are happy to host you for a tea or coffee purchase.
Soltane cafe located around the corner has a European feel with homemade baked goods. Steel City Coffeehouse is 1 block away. They have live entertainment at night. Artisans cafe, 2 blocks away has regular art shows and a ceramic gallery. The Colonial Theatre is a block away.
Please respect the premises. No smoking.
I am a visual artist and a music therapist. I have written a book SpiritArts which is a self help book on the creative process.
My husband is also a music therapist, biofeedback therapist and author.
As a host, I hope you enjoy staying in my creative space which is walking distance from all the shops and restaurants in Phoenixville, which has become an artists community.