|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Located just off Hamilton Ave near Gonzaga University this adorable two bed, one bath home is the perfect place to base yourself to enjoy Spokane activities.
Less then a mile - Gonzaga
2-3 miles away - Downtown -Convention Center, River Park Square, Fox Theater and Spokane Arena
10 miles away - Spokane International Airport.
New furnishings throughout...
- 40" Roku tv with digital antenna
- Wireless internet
- Blu ray player
- Central heat and air conditioning
- Washer and dryer
- Bedroom 1 - queen bed
- Bedroom 2 - queen bed and futon sleeper (twin)
- Dining for six
- All towels, bedding, and kitchenware are brand new.
- Private parking in driveway and/or more street parking in front.
- No pets and No smoking.
There is a one bed/one bath unit upstairs that is also a vacation rental (VRBO Listing #703897) which is accessed through the backyard, allowing for added privacy to both units. If interested in renting both units at the same time (10% discount), please email us to coordinate.
We moved to North Idaho a few years ago and found that it was truly a special place to live. We love real estate so we decided to create vacation rentals around the area so others could share in the fun.
The Owner purchased this house in 2014
I lived in Spokane 30 years ago and in many ways miss the town and it's environs.
We made the trip back and stayed at the Reynoso's home on the near north side.
While many consider this the older part of Spokane, it has an inherent charm one will probably
not find in any other part of Spokane.
The home, built in the 40's (we ascertained this from an inscription on the back steps) is comfortable and well kept.
The floors are hardwood which we prefer and there is plenty of room.
Our only negative is that there is only one bathroom making it a challenge for a couple at times.
It has a huge backyard and is close to restaurants, gas stations, and a short drive downtown.
It is a typical 40's bungalow and John and Erica keep it up well. (The grass is cut once a week and the yard is
large and a comfortable rest during the day.
Yes. It is dated, but that is also part of its charm.
The Reynoso's keep the bath tissue and paper towels well supplied.
Overall it's a comfy experience and that's what we look for when renting through Home Away.
Thank you John and Erica.
There was a big leak in the bathroom and the owner never came by. I had to beg him to send a plumber immediately and he was able to get one for the next morning, but it was horrible, the leak even went into one of the bedrooms. Mostly none of the windows would open! Bathroom has no fan or ventilation what so ever, No blender, Carpet in living room discharges thick fibers(not fun). There is a wooden hole near the table covered with a carpet, very dangerous. On the stove only two burners worked. There is wooden floor in the whole house and they have a broom. Get ready to sweep all day! Not a good landlord. Beware there is no smoke alarms. Be ready to rent with other people because they rent upstairs and downstairs. I had to run out of there. This rental is not homey at all. The chairs for the dinning table are so uncomfortable and wobbley. I give this home zero stars....... I truly wouldn't recommend renting this place. I will NEVER come back to this home.
This is a charming, 1906 home in a quiet neighborhood. We liked the location due to the proximity to Gonzaga, our friend's home, and restaurants.
The house had all of the amenities that we needed. The rooms are large but kind of stark (everything is white) with very little decoration. The beds were comfortable, however, the windows in the bedrooms could stand to have some room-darkening shades.The white plastic mini blinds let in too much light to enable you to sleep in late. The clawfoot tub is quaint, but showering in it, not so much. Shower curtain makes for a very tight space to maneuver in.
All in all, I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a large comfortable space, away from the hustle and bustle (and construction) of downtown Spokane.
In town for event in North Spokane, both downtown and North Spokane event were easily accessible. Home was very clean, kitchen is well stocked with coffee, sugar, creamer and dry goods. Plenty of dinnerware, towels, etc. Washer and dryer in basement was convenient for family. Nearby restaurants and grocery store. Owners responded quickly when I had questions. Will definitely book again.
We really enjoyed the stay in the home. The rooms were spacious, the air conditioning effective, and the kitchen loaded with amenities. It was really nice that the house had small extras most home owners lock away from guests, including throw blankets, a lint brush, quality knives, decent toiletries and towels, etc. I will say, it was loud when there was someone else renting upstairs. An early riser upstairs woke our baby our first morning there at 5am. But that's to be expected in an older home with beautiful, hardwood floors.
We enjoyed being near Gonzaga with quick jogs to the Centennial Trail and (perhaps ironically) Donut Parade. The neighborhood is a bit borderline-- every other house or so seems well-taken care of. But we always felt safe. We would stay again!
A well kept and simple house provided lot's of space for my daughter's graduation from EWU. Easily able to accommodate 5 adults and still have plenty of space to visit and enjoy our time in Spokane. There were also several eateries nearby to choose from for a bite to eat out of the house.
|Damage Protection $500||£12|
No tax if booking 30+ days.
A smaller upstairs unit (separate entrance) #703897, allows for 8 guests. 10% discount if renting simultaneously.
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.