Stunning midcentury modern fully updated ranch in exclusive Bratenahl suburb, five miles from downtown Clev. Private gardens surround a house full of skylights and windows. Walk to Lake Erie for the sunset. 3 miles to Univ. Circle / Clinic, UH, CWRU. Three night minimum stay. Not recommended for guests with children due to cacti plants and art collection. 3 night minimum stay.
Totally updated midcentury modern ranch with 15 skylights, walls of windows, geothermal heating and cooling, tankless hot water tank, glass garage door, no lawn - all private garden setting on one acre. Backs up to conserved land and creek. One of a kind private hideaway just a few minutes from downtown Cleveland and University Circle (Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University, etc.). Not recommended for guests with children due to cacti plants and art collection.
Disponible para huéspedes
All parts of the house and garage.
Also, one bedroom + bath available as well (discounted price).
Owner will need to access grounds occasionally to water plants.
Atención a los huéspedes
Absolutely available to help with any questions 24/7.
Otros aspectos destacables
Three night minimum stay.
Non smoking guests only please. No smoking inside or outside the house. Not recommended for guests with children due to cacti plants and art collection.
Beau Daane, M.A., MBA, is the Director of Sustainable Development at Fairmount Santrol, a leading provider of sand and value-added sand products to the oil and gas, foundry, glass, water filtration, building products and sports & recreation industries. Beau graduated cum laude from Duke University in 2002 with a dual degree in French and International Relations. During and immediately after Duke, he lived in Mali, Guadeloupe and France for a combined two years. In 2004, Daane earned his master's in history from Cleveland State, and then became a Coro Fellow at the Cleveland Foundation. From 2007 to 2011, Daane worked as the Business Recycling Specialist for the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District where he helped businesses start and improve waste reduction, recycling and composting programs. He was named a 2010 Entrepreneurs for Sustainability (E4S) Champion of Sustainability. From 2011 to 2013, Daane was the Director of the Fowler Center for Sustainable Value at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, where he helped the Center bridge the gap between scholarship and practice in sustainable value. Daane completed his MBA at Weatherhead in 2012 and his certification in Appreciative Inquiry in 2013. At Fairmount Santrol, Daane helps spread and embed sustainability using Appreciative Inquiry, advancing the work of 13 corporate sustainable development teams and nine regional sustainability coordinators. A graduate of University School, Daane is an officer of the Western Reserve Land Conservancy and enjoys tutoring at the Breakthrough Schools.