The bedroom is in the "extension" of the building. It has a queen-sized bed, substantial hanging closet room and shelves. An armoire hides an HD TV receiving satellite signal. Another phone with free national service is on the same line as the one in the living room. It has a inexplicably low original window overlooking the trees in the neighborhood's backyards, as well as a more conventional window in which the air conditioner is placed in the summer time.
There is a (private) bathroom with a shower over the tub, a toilet and a sink. It has a small window looking west and more than adequate storage facilities for the sheets, towels, blankets, paper products, and linen provided.
The alley way from the bathroom past the living room towards the unused entrance door has the Murphy (vertical) bed situated in it, ready to drop down to provide another queen size bed.
The living room has a love seat, armchair, armoire with another larger TV with satellite DirecTV signal, and a desk with fold-down writing surface. A cocktail table has four ottoman seats stored in it. Wi-fi and wired internet service are provided. A wood fireplace can be made to work. Another generous coat closet houses a blow-up bed, collapsible crib, and ironing board
Near the kitchen is a dining table that can be expanded to seat six, with the appropriate chairs.
The kitchen is well equipped for gourmet dining: a convection oven underneath a four-burner gas stove, large marble counter for pastry making, a Cuisinart set of stainless steel cooking utensils, KitchenAide freezer/fridge, butcher block counter, stoneware and cutlery for 8, microwave, the usual kitchen appliances and tools, and a dishwasher to clean it all up. The kitchen can be "disappeared" by closing the folding doors.
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