Not so tiny house with full kitchen & patio swing

3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1.0 bath

Tiny house with lots of windows and natural light, conveniently located in one of Pittsburgh's most up and coming neighborhoods of Garfield and convenient to surrounding neighborhoods of East Liberty, Bloomfield, Shadyside, Oakland, Highland Park, Lawrenceville, and the Strip District. Relax and enjoy a book on the front patio, get your work done on the foldout desk, or fold up the murphy bed and enjoy your yoga practice.


  • Ac
  • Baking sheet
  • Bathtub
  • Bed linens
  • Board games
  • Body soap
  • Books
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Cleaning products
  • Coffee
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  • Coffee maker
  • Conditioner
  • Cooking basics
  • Dining table
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Essentials
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Freezer
  • Hair dryer
  • Hangers
  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Hot water kettle
  • Iron
  • Kitchen
  • Laptop friendly
  • Laundromat nearby
  • Long term stays allowed
  • Outdoor seating
  • Oven
  • Patio
  • Patio or balcony
  • Private entrance
  • Refrigerator
  • Room darkening shades
  • Shampoo
  • Shower gel
  • Single level home
  • Smoke detector
  • Stove
  • Street parking
  • Toaster
  • Tv
  • Wardrobe or closet
  • Washer
  • Wine glasses
  • Wireless internet

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The space
Tiny House equipped with a full kitchen, a bathroom with tub. The efficient floor plan provides generous space while allowing natural light to cascade throughout the entire space.
Guest access
600+/- Tiny House with full kitchen, full bath with tub, combined washer and drying machine and a comfortable queen sized pull out Murphy bed. Free Street Parking available.
Additional notes
Our check-out instructions are simple, we just ask that you leave the sheets on the bed and put any used towels or washcloths on the floor in the bathroom.

We offer a pet friendly Airbnb because we adore our own dog, Mindy, and understand the importance of traveling with four-legged family members. As long as your pet is well mannered they are more than welcome. It’s also worth noting that our space has house plants - some of which may be toxic to animals if ingested. With this in mind, if your pet likes to chew on plants (or anything else for that matter) we recommend crating them while you are out.

Our space is kid friendly, but does have stairs and house plants - some of which may be toxic to humans if ingested. If you’re traveling with a baby or toddler let us know, a play pen and a pack and play is available upon request.
Guest interaction
We may not see you during your stay, but reach out any time. We are happy to assist with your travel plans, dinner plans and make recommendations based upon your unique taste.
Neighborhood overview

There is a slew of art galleries and performance spaces along Penn Avenue, including Assemble, The Mr. Roboto Project and The Irma Freeman Center for Imagination. And there is no better way to experience them all than Unblurred, the first Friday gallery crawl that includes music, drinks and of course, plenty of art.

If you’ve ever been on Penn, you’ve surely noticed the striking Pittsburgh Glass Center, a nonprofit school, gallery and glass studio dedicated to teaching, creating and promoting glass art. It’s top-notch and known throughout the country. Visit during an exhibit — there are plenty to choose from — and don’t leave without checking out their gift shop.

If you’re looking for something cheap and tasty in the neighborhood, try the Indian food at People’s Restaurant, Vietnamese at Pho Minh, or the very popular pizza at Spak Brothers.

Voluto is a good bet for well-crafted coffee drinks that use Commonplace’s locally roasted beans. If tea is more your speed, head over to Bantha Tea Bar, a beautiful Penn Avenue tea shop that opened in 2015.

For a place that does a little bit of everything, check out Artisan. Primarily a tattoo shop, Artisan also functions as a gallery, community space and store for local clothing and art.

Garfield borders Allegheny Cemetery, a 300-acre cemetery with over 15 miles of roadways. The trees, ponds and roaming deer make it a beautiful place for a stroll or jog.

Fast Facts
The neighborhood is named after president James Garfield, who was buried on the same day that the first plot was purchased in Garfield in 1881.

Many notable people are buried in Allegheny Cemetery, including congressmen, industrialists and former mayors of Pittsburgh. Songwriter Stephen Foster is perhaps the most famous, and each summer the cemetery hosts the Annual Stephen Foster Music and Heritage Festival.

Each Thanksgiving, residents of Garfield organize The Turkey Bowl, a full-contact, just-for-fun football match between the neighborhood’s “Young Bucks” and “Old Heads.”
Getting around
The neighborhood is very walkable with numerous restaurants, coffee shops, breweries, art galleries and grocery stores within a 5 block radius. If driving parking typically isn't a problem and there is a bus stop only a block away from the Tiny House. There are also multiple other transit options in the area that can be accessed via the "Transit, Inc." app. Including Healthy Ride Bikes and Spin Electric scooters.


Adam Hoppel
246 Kittanning Pike

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