Our home gives you easy access to both Twisp and Winthrop, Perrygin Lake, golf, restaurants, skiing, hiking, river rafting and so much more. The house is quiet, cool in summer, warm in winter and a place for your entire family to gather. Chickens roam the property and you can hear owls at night and nighthawks at dusk. Views of Sawtooth mountains from the master bedroom. Play basketball on-site, chill out in the hammocks, take a nap in the window bed, listen to music piped throughout the house.
Disponible para huéspedes
The entire house is accessible. There is a shared washer/dryer (shared with our onsite property manager who lives in separate building on the property) in the utility room at the back of the House. It has a separate, outside entrance that may on occasion be accessed by the property manager during your stay.
Otros aspectos destacables
The primary source of heat in the house is a wood burning masonry stove. During the winter months it requires burning 2-3 small fires during the day to keep the house comfortable.
- There are chickens on the property so please do not bring any dogs that haven't already been shown to ignore chickens. Please keep front gate closed all the time otherwise deer will come in the property and get trapped. Our incredible caretaker is available for emergencies and will ensure the property is ready for your arrival. Please respect that they are not available for non-emergencies.
- This is a beautiful custom designed passive solar, straw bale home with custom plaster inside. Please do not tape or tap anything into the walls. Please also don't allow any markers, pens, pencils or crayons to get close to the walls as we won't be able to remove the markings.
-This is a non smoking property so please don't smoke on the grounds.
My wife and I live in Seattle with our two year old son where we both work in the environmental sustainability field. We fill our spare time with hiking, boating, beaches, city living, backyard gardening, baseball and time with friends. We are Airbnb guests and hosts, and appreciate being a part of this global network of travelers.