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Living room. You can  watch TV, read books and listen to some CDsPlease feel free to read the books in the bookshelf.
Master room at a historic Apt@JHU
Master room at a historic Apt@JHU
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath

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Welcome to stay with me in this lovely historic treasure near Johns Hopkins University. A large bedroom with a queen bed and private bath offers a quiet stay for short trips to JHU&B'more. I prefer to know you and your trip before booking. Text me :D

The space

The room is complete with a queen-size bed, private bathroom, walk-in closet and huge desks. Three large windows provide a beautiful view of the outside garden when you want to enjoy the weather, and white curtains offer a quiet reading room when you need privacy.

Guest access

Living room: please feel free to watch the 40'' flat screen HDTV, or enjoy a 30-year collection of Yo-Yo Ma's Cello Masterwork while sitting on the armchairs, reading books, or enjoying the garden views. You can read any books in the bookshelf, but please do not take it.

Kitchen: feel free to use the kitchen and fridge. Please bring your own food and drink.

Storage: There's a storage place where you can store your suitcases. Please prepare your own locks if you need.

Guest Room: Please feel free to read travel guides like Lonely Planet or American Road Atlas. Some information about local restaurant, places to go will be provided by the host.

Laundry: Washer and dryer are in basement, and pay by quarters.

Wifi: 150M blast internet is available in the entire apartment.

Parking: One guest parking pass is available. You need to park on the Canterbury Road, which is the district 21.

Others: Iron,ironing board, hair dryer, shampoo and shower gels are available.

Interaction with guests

I would love to talk to or interact with guests to the extent that they feel comfortable with, and I would love to help guests when they need.
When I have more leisure time, I may invite guests to join my dinner with some Chinese food.

My cat Yukiko only stays at my room. She is friendly and nice, and doesn't go outside of my own room. You are welcome to interact with her in my room if you are interested. For people who are not comfortable with, or allergic to cats, you don't need to concern about it.

Other things to note

Guests will need to change shoes when entering the apartment. I will provide room shoes if needed. Thanks for your understanding since I try my best to keep to interior space clean.

There is no parking spot associated with this booking. However, lots of parking spots are available off the street, which you can find for free if you take the time to look.

Family/kid friendly
Free parking on premises
Hot tub
House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12 years)
Check-in time is flexible
Check out by 12PM (noon)

-Keep common areas tidy.
-No smoking indoors.
-Wash the dishes and cookware after you use them.
-Please keep the bedroom clean if you have to have food in the bedroom.
-Please conserve energy when possible, (e.g. turn off lights when you are not using it)
-No big parties. This is a quiet neighborhood.
-You break it, you fix it.
-Respect the host's personal items.

You must also acknowledge
Pet(s) live on property - One cat is living with me

74 Reviews

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Glenn User Profile
November 2017
Feitong is very gracious and respectable. The location is perfect if you need to go to Johns Hopkins University. I will stay again when I visit Baltimore

Nicole User Profile
October 2017
I have had very wonderful experiences in staying at multiple airbnb homes previously, but my stay at Feitong's place was really very disappointing. While working in Baltimore for a month, I had the chance to stay at Fahtong’s for an extended stay. Despite little communication with the host, I would not recommend his residence for more than a day/weekend. If you’re looking for a very primitive place to lay your head at night, this could suit your needs. For the money and time that I spent there, I would have expected more. My thought is that the apartment is being subleased to help pay school bills. Despite this being a completely acceptable way to help pay for housing/education, the residence was that of a college child. A kitchen unsafe for cooking, cockroaches found on numerous occasions, no heating (though advertised), and a freezing cold room all suggested the college days that we all left behind. Though these would be enough to turn anybody off, the most frustrating part was the location of the bedroom right next to his with a small flimsy wooden door breaking apart the rooms (think adjacent hotel room, with no locks to maintain privacy). I would like to think that I was “walking on egg shells” given the numerous texts I would receive from the host suggesting that I was loud upon arrival “home” and loud at night. I did not wish to start any confrontation so I tried my best to suit his needs, though difficult, given the close proximity to his room. Overall, this is a perfectly acceptable location to lay your head at night, but I WOULD NOT recommend an extended stay.
Feitong User Profile
Response from Feitong:
I want to add to Nicole that her stay was not a successful experience for both of us. This is one of the most frustrating experience for me as a host and I see a mismatch between our expectations. Several comments from my side for future guests as reference: I recommend my guests read my house rule again if they are not sure. I was sad when I need to remind Nicole about house rules several times because I expect my guests agree with my house rules and respect the rules during their stay. They left dishes and cookware dirty in the sink, sometimes for more than two days. I have to clean for them if I want to cook. They rearrange the stuff in bedroom and didn’t put it back when they leave, so I have to search for a while when I prepare the room for the next guest. They were loud at night, sometimes screaming, which even disturbed my neighbors. And they turn on AC cooling whole nights during their stay, in this late Fall. So I was confused about whether they felt the room was too warm or too cold for them. See details below: 1. While the kitchen is shared by us, Nicole’s group filled their stuff in the whole fridge and also places several cooking equipments and seasonings on the table, and I barely see my stuff. She painstakingly mailed a box a rice to my place from New Jersey and unfortunately the box was leaking and rice is scattering around in the living room. I understand Nicole wanted to have a good life during her stay but this is my first time feeling being invaded because they didn’t tell me they were bringing their own kitchen. 2. Whereas they are complaining about the room is freezing, they turn on the air-conditioning in the room during their stay every day. When they asked for extra blankets, I provided to them and suggest they turn off the AC, but they kept turning AC on every day. So I was confused whether they need heating or cooling. 3. About noise. I certainly do not expect my guest coming back at 2:00 AM and scream. All my previous guests were respectful and kept quiet at night or early in the morning. I never needed to remind my guest to be quiet and I was really sad when I need to remind Nicole several times. When I need to remind her for a second time after a first reminder, I felt I was not expected as a host. 4. About the bug problem, I do apologize for this inconvenience during Nicole’s stay. This is a rare situation for me as well, because it has never happened before. It certainly won’t happen in the future. 5. I expect my guest and I will respect each other mutually. While Nicole was complaining about privacy, I never invade their private space. In contrast, my privacy as a host was not respected. That’s why I felt invaded. 6. I found it was frustrating during my communication with Nicole. I asked what they need so I can help. I also apologized about the bug problem during they stay and asked how can I help. She was not willing to communicate. When they asked, I quickly responded, and tried my best to provide convenience. In sum, I think Nicole’s stay was a real negative experience for me. I can not recommend her as a guest based on my own experience, certainly not for longer than a week. They may find a better match in their future trips. I think the reason is an unmatched expectation. For future guests, if you have concern, before you book, please write to me first to check with me. I hope my guests can enjoy their stay at my place and I also hope I can enjoy hosting my guests during their stay. My reason for hosting at AirBnB is have a mutually enjoyable experience between me and my guests and I can meet new friends when I host. I hope my future guests share this idea with me. I also wish Nicole’s future experience is better.
October 2017

Dougherty User Profile
October 2017
Great stay for us! Good price and very easy process overall!

Shrija User Profile
September 2017
Great host with a great home to offer. He is also really friendly and always willing to help!

Domenic User Profile
September 2017
Feitong was very welcoming host and very easy to communicate with, before and during the stay. The place is as described. The neighborhood felt safe and was quiet. Feitong is a very welcoming and quiet and unobtrusive host -yet engaging if one wants to. His cat was very friendly. For my stay, it was perfectly located. The free parking was appreciated. I would definitely stay here again. Thanks, Feitong!

Cameron User Profile
July 2017
Super awesome place! Clean and great location!

Daivik User Profile
April 2017
Feitong was very helpful for our stay. Everything went great.

Baltimore, Maryland, United StatesJoined in May 2014
Feitong User Profile
I am a PhD student at Johns Hopkins University. Outside of lab, I enjoy traveling around and meet different people. Now, I am inviting new friends on the road to have a short-stay with me at my lovely place near JHU. A friend's home away from home is what I wish to enjoy on my ro…
Languages: English, 中文, 日本語
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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