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Celé podkroví s hostitelem Amy
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Exceptionally beautiful, Tribeca-style loft located downtown Ann Arbor, a beloved building circa 1881. This art-filled loft has an open-plan living/dining/kitchen, 21 windows, 20-foot ceiling, exposed brick. Private roof deck offers panoramic views of downtown skyline. Two en-suite bedrooms with queen beds. Upstairs den off deck with a fold-down queen bed. Three large flat-screen televisions. Perfect for game-days, holidays, or a getaway weekend. Or pick up your feet and watch the world go by.

Prostor
Exceptionally beautiful, 2,500 sq ft, Tribeca-style loft located in the heart of Ann Arbor and housed in an iconic and beloved historic building circa 1881.

This elegant, art-filled space has an open-plan on the first floor from living room to dining area to gourmet kitchen. Organic textures and neutral tones create a seamless flow. Pools of light stream through 21 windows with city views, a dramatic 20-foot ceiling, turret nook, and stretches of exposed brick. Clean lines make for an altogether sophisticated, cool aesthetic.

A stunning private roof deck with seating offers panoramic views of skyline vistas, the world-class Literati Bookstore with its “poetry wall”, and the best restaurants, bars, and coffee shops in Ann Arbor.

On the first floor, tucked behind the living area, there are two full bathrooms, and two en-suite bedrooms with queen-sized beds, “The Map Room,” and “The Master Puzzler.” Each room infuses glamor with a touch of whimsy. On the private second floor, the deck and den offer North, South, West exposures along with a fold-down queen bed. This den/third bedroom is everybody’s favorite paradise retreat.

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There is plenty of floor space for additional air mattresses if need be. Children are welcome (Ann Arbor’s Hands on Museum is the next block over). Convenient lot parking exists immediately across the street. Fresh towels, linens and soap provided. The loft is accessed by walking up a flight of stairs (there is no elevator, it is a historic building.) Being in the very heart of Ann Arbor, there will be some noise on the street outside.
Exceptionally beautiful, Tribeca-style loft located downtown Ann Arbor, a beloved building circa 1881. This art-filled loft has an open-plan living/dining/kitchen, 21 windows, 20-foot ceiling, exposed brick. Private roof deck offers panoramic views of downtown skyline. Two en-suite bedrooms with queen beds. Upstairs den off deck with a fold-down queen bed. Three large flat-screen televisions. Perfect for game-days,…

Uspořádání lůžek

Pokoj 1
1 menší manželská postel
Pokoj 2
1 menší manželská postel
Pokoj 3
1 rozkládací pohovka

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Lokalita

Ann Arbor, Michigan, Spojené státy

The Big House is a mile walk away. There are four large flat-screen televisions, one directly off the pergola-covered rooftop deck. You can watch the game while you enjoy the view, take in Autumn air, and hear the stadium roar from the deck.

For the Athlete, the area provides excellent running paths including the Arboretum, community bike rentals directly on the street below, seasonal kayaking or picnicking on the banks of the Huron River, and a wonderful pilates studio right next door. Large nearby parks for your pickup football games.

For the Art Lover, The Turret contains original paintings, mosaics, collages by national and international artists as well as furniture by Saarinen and Mies van der Rohe. It is a short walk to the University of Michigan Art Museum or The Michigan Theatre with its old-fashioned Barton organ and marvelous film program. There are seven independent bookstores in a three to four block radius. The Turret is the home to a film producer and alum who encourages everyone to attend the exceptional performing arts at Hill Auditorium, the Ark, Power Center, or enjoy a show by the phenomenal students in the University of Michigan’s Musical Theatre Department.

For the Family Foodie, there are two ovens, including a Wolf range, and a Parisian-style, zinc wine bar island. Kerrytown, The People’s Coop, The Tea Haus, and Zingerman’s are a few steps for those who want to source the best and freshest ingredients. Area farmers share their organic, farm-to-table bounty twice a week at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market. But if you don’t feel like cooking, we welcome personal chefs in the professional kitchen.

The cow weather vane on The Turret honors the history of the building’s first two occupants. Two doors down there is a placard commemorating the original site of the University of Michigan first graduation. Rumor has it, if enough people touch it on the day of a game, Harbaugh’s men win. Try it and see!
The Big House is a mile walk away. There are four large flat-screen televisions, one directly off the pergola-covered rooftop deck. You can watch the game while you enjoy the view, take in Autumn air, and hea…

S hostitelem Amy

Členem od únor 2016
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Během tvého pobytu
A few years ago, too many to count now, I was an English major at the University of Michigan. Each day, I would come down from the Hill, cross and criss-cross the diag, swimming through the fish bowl to attend classes at Angell Hall or meet friends at the Fleetwood or Del Rio. Sometimes at sunrise, I would walk through the Arboretum. I would climb down the small hill absorbed in winter drifts of snow, a Spring crocus or tulip, a stray summer dandelion. I’d dream of my future, contemplate classic films I’d seen the night before, worry about student politics, wonder what to have for lunch. Occasionally the path would take me north instead, the wilderness on the banks of the Huron River, where a native woods emerged, where I could imagine the time when the town founders arrived. I fell in love. He was a genius political science major with a broad, quick, mysterious smile. He went to get a Ph.D. I moved away. I fell in love again. I made New York a home, left for European travels, hitch hiked around Africa for a decade, next fell in love with Botswana, met poets and writers and artists and activists. It took years and a declining mother to bring me back home to Ann Arbor.

One day, soon after I had returned to the area, I stood on a corner outside an extraordinarily majestic Victorian building with a proud turret. It was a blustery, cold Spring day. I was dragged to see it by my friend, Jennifer Conlin, who was also an English major years ago, also had lived abroad, also had returned for parents, and who also was always challenging me to do things. We stood together looking up, considering. We entered. It was a mess. She understood its potential right away, before me. “It’s our clubhouse,” her raspy voice declared. “This could be the Soho House but for us.”

It’s taken an enormous amount of elbow grease, frustration, and love to create The Turret. Friends listened to long laments. Friends and neighbors pitched in. Brilliant designer Lance Lawlor made the wonderful space work aesthetically by using his signature clean and organic lines. Artists peppered the walls with brilliance. There have been deep conversations, words flowing, facts presented, funny and heated debates, insights both tender or ridiculous. We have toasted birthdays with bottomless glasses of wine. Reminisced. Caught up on who’s where and what their kids are doing. Many guests have eaten many breakfasts. And while I wanted to create an exceptionally beautiful loft that honored its own rich history, the real gift of The Turret has been the celebrations, festivities, holidays — the transitions and transformations — that have occurred within its solid walls. These are the moments, which I cherish best.

I’m a long way away from eating mopane worms, far from travels, rogues, film-makers, cartoonists, openings, my family of international friends. All these nuances, these moments and people are within the walls. It’s ever changing and evolving.

The Turret is a home for friends not guests. It’s our clubhouse. So have fun and love often. Find wonder and beauty. Get out in the air or prop up your feet. Restore your senses and your soul. Bring a satchel of books, a journal, a magnifying glass, your old football jersey — or just bring yourself. We are excited to have you stay. We are grateful that you will leave your footprint on this place too. Welcome!
A few years ago, too many to count now, I was an English major at the University of Michigan. Each day, I would come down from the Hill, cross and criss-cross the diag, swimming t…
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Odjezd: 11:00
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