The home is located on a dead end with parks nearby. The neighborhood is quiet with easy access to the freeway and close to the Air Force base. There is an open living area with shared kitchen and a small patio in the back. You have a private bath, and shared kitchen and living space. There is a large park just six houses away with grass, trees and a playground. The full bed is a real bed with or without feather pillows as desired. Free parking in the driveway.
This bright house has an open floor plan with combined kitchen, dining and living areas. The front is xeriscaped with miniature roses, mahonia, butterfly bushes, walnut and desert willow. The backyard is bordered by a forest of russian olives, ash, and flowering plum.
Disponible para huéspedes
You will have access to the shared kitchen, dining and living area, your private room and a separate private bath. You will receive a key for your bedroom door and one for the house.
Atención a los huéspedes
I am here to help, if needed. Many local attractions and eateries are listed in the Guide Book.
Otros aspectos destacables
I have two indoor cats that are friendly and inquisitive when meeting new people.
- No smoking.
- Quiet hours after 10 pm.
- Check-in after 3 pm unless arranged otherwise.
- No additional guests without prior approval.
- Must meet AirBnB standards - profile photo, verified e-mail, phone, payment info, government id, and recommendations from other hosts.
Exploring New Mexico is a pastime. Even as a lifelong resident of NM there are places I haven't visited yet. When I travel, I like a quiet space to return to after taking day trips. My partner and I have AirBnbs in our homes in Salt Lake City and in Albuquerque.
I have information and personal experience to share about traveling around New Mexico. As a host, I provide a peaceful and tranquil place for my guests to return to.
I love school gardening, making herbal medicine and serving the community. In the winter I like to ski, and in the cooler months of August through May I like to hike. New Mexico is too beautiful not to step outside and experience. The nights are nearly always cool and the days are usually hot only from June through July in Albuquerque. Drive north and the climate gets cooler. The sunrises and sunsets are often spectacular.
My belief is that this life may be all we've got so it is imperative to make a positive difference in the world now and not wait until tomorrow.