My apartment is in the Poncey-Highlands neighborhood, situated right between the Little Five Points, Inman Park, Virginia Highlands and Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods. It is walking distance to restaurants, bars, coffee shops, parks, shopping, the Belt Line and Ponce City Market. You’ll love my place because of the historic 1920's charm, french doors, high ceilings, the location, and the ambiance. Couples, friends, and solo adventurers are all welcome.
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There's no WiFi here, but there are xfinity hot spots in range, as well as many coffee shops within walking distance.
I live off of a busy street with cars driving by at most hours. My apartment was built in the 1920's and is not the most sound proof. If you are not used to living in a busy city and are looking for a quiet place to stay, this is probably not a good fit.
Be respectful of the neighbors.
No outside guests who aren't on the reservation.
Durante el período del 01 de Septiembre de 2017 - 30 de Noviembre de 2017 la estancia mínima es de 4 noches.
I am currently studying philosophy at Georgia State University after taking a couple years off to travel the country and learn about sustainable farming. I've worked on a coffee and cacao farm in Hawaii, a goat dairy in Florida, and a small farm outside of Atlanta with a vegetable CSA. Now that I am back in Atlanta for school, I am a waitress and a nanny. I have stayed in many hostels, couch surfed and used airbnb before and find it to be a better experience to travel this way. I have also worked in a few hostels along the way and have hosted couch surfers, so I have experience with being both a guest and a host. I am interested in philosophy, photography, music of all kinds, hiking, sustainable food and cooking.