This adorable home is centrally nestled in a quaint Victorian village on the Long Island Sound, close to great restaurants, parks, beaches and the train to New York City. Every room has been artistically renovated while retaining its Arts and Crafts character.
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Artistic and eclectic. Warm and inspiring. Our space has been recently renovated with attention to colorful and harmonious flair. Our three influences in design are nature, the antique, and the international. Highlights include a cathedral ceiling main room, redwood ceiling and trim and interesting architectural curves and angles.
Our guests have access to two bedrooms, living room, dining room/kitchen, study, and two bathrooms, as well as the yard, which includes a table and chairs. Please note that the two bedrooms are upstairs and due to shorter ceiling heights, the mattresses are on the floor. We live in the house when guests are not there.
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We will try to be available to guests to welcome and orient them to the space and area. Guests should feel free to contact us with whatever questions they might have. We are open and friendly, and love to be helpful. If guests prefer minimal interaction, that is also acceptable.
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Guests staying a week or more can have free access to a washer and dryer.
All guests may use our massage table and oil.
Please treat our home as you would your own (with respect). We love our space and hope you will too.
No drugs, wild parties. Please clean up any major messes and alert us if any damage has happened.
And of course, relax and enjoy.
I am a woman of many interests including dance (West African and Butoh), psychoanalysis, travel, farming, permaculture, and hiking, and relish in the opportunity to get to know others and their interests! My husband, Joshua, and I live in Sea Cliff, NY, and are planning on making our backyard into a food forest. My husband writes literary fiction, and I direct a small non-profit organization that provides adults on the Autism Spectrum opportunities to serve their community through sustainable farming. I am also training in psychoanalysis/psychotherapy, with hopes to one day be able to open a private practice and serve my community in a deeply emotional way.