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Washer & Dryer | Dedicated Workspace | Walkable









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Columbus, OH, US


Located in historic Victorian Village in Columbus , you're minutes away from several local eateries, breweries, coffee shops, Downtown Columbus, the Ohio Stadium, Convention Center, COSI, Nationwide Arena, and the Arena District! There is a free garage parking space in the back of the apartment building and ample (metered) street parking in the front!

0.5 miles: Short North
1.9 miles: OSU
1.1 miles: Convention Center
2.7 miles: The Schottenstein Center


You can access our garage, the back entrance, and the front entrance of the building.


**NOTE: This apartment is located on the first floor of an apartment building but there are several steps to get into the unit. You must be comfortable with stairs.**

This apartment is complete with an easy to control August lock, central air, smart TV, and comfy furnishings.

The bedroom boasts a Queen size bed with a brand new Serta mattress and plenty of pillows to customize your comfort.

The kitchen is complete with pots, pans, dishes, silverware, Krups coffee maker, dishwasher and oven with electric range. While there is no complimentary breakfast, we always make sure there is coffee and tea and condiments for them stocked for your convenience.

The living room and bedroom have a flat screen smart TV where you can access Netflix, Hulu, and other TV apps. A desk is provided should you be in town for work.

There is washer and dryer in the unit!

**We take cleanliness very seriously and ask that you take your shoes off while in the apartment.**

There is a garage out back and you can feel free to park there. **Note the garage is not suitable for anything larger than a small SUV. If you have a larger vehicle we will get you set up with a guest pass for street parking**


Victorian Village, which runs along Neil Avenue south of The Ohio State University and northwest of downtown Columbus, is one of central Ohio’s cores of fine residential architecture. The area is known for its Victorian houses, which were built when a streetcar line first ran along Neil Avenue around 1900. It is an amazing neighborhood close to Downtown Columbus attractions, restaurants and events. The Village is also home to Goodale Park, Columbus’s most popular downtown park and the annual site of the Comfest music festival plus many other events.


There is a garage at the back of our property you can park in if your vehicle is a small SUV or smaller. If you have a larger vehicle you will need to park on the street. If you need to park in the street let us know and we'll make sure your car is permitted so you can park for free.

If you have **more than one car*** that will need to park on the street you can download the ParkColumbus app to your smartphone or mobile device before your visit to make your trip a breeze. All meter parking is FREE after 10:00pm every day (you just can't stay parked on the street overnight), and all meter and street parking is FREE all day on Sundays and national holidays.


We do our best to leave you with everything that you need so you can enjoy your stay in Columbus. However, if you need us, we're happy to answer any questions via the Airbnb app or text.


Early check-in (anytime before 4pm) and late check-out (anytime after 10am) will incur an additional $15/hour fee. Please note: all requests for early check-in and late check-outs must be brought forth via the Airbnb messaging system and approved by our team. Otherwise, our 4pm check-in time and 10am check-out time stands.

You will access the condo building first via a key that is kept in a lock box. You will use your August Home code to access the apartment door. If you're arriving after sunset, please please please check the link that we will send you so you can be familiar with the check-in process as it will be harder to see.

There is an apartment above you and you will hear footsteps from time to time.

The apartment is located in a prime location but Neil Avenue can be busy.

There are stray cats that hang around the building. Some neighbors do feed them so there isn't much we can do about it. They are harmless and should stay out of your way.