Beautiful, comfortable and fun. This suburban home is 5 star hotel luxury with AirBnb convenience and space. Nestled in the heart of Far North Dallas Eruv community, this luxurious three bedroom home is perfect for a comfortable family/friends stay. Detailed thought has been taken to ensure that your comfort and convenience is always top priority. Each en-suited bedroom has a 50" 4K LCD Tv with 175 cable TV channels and Netflix. Top quality sheets and triple goose down feather comforters line each of the top of the range Sealy Plush mattresses. Block out curtains are installed in each of the three bedrooms ensuring that you will always get a good sleep in regardless of when the sine rises. Soap, shampoo and conditioner has all been provided with razors and spare toothbrushes available in case you have forgotten yours. The kitchen has been fit out with top of the range appliances and kitchen utensils along with everything needed to prepare gourmet meals. Small appliances such as blender, coffee machine and toaster are standard. Tea, coffee and spices have all been provided fro your convenience. A 65"' LCD TV with 175 cable TV channels and Netflix overlook the living area with a comfortable L shaped coach large enough for your entire group to relax and enjoy while warming up by the fireplace . The small but cozy backyard features a Weber gas grill to allow you to show of your grilling skills to your family and friends while enjoying the beautiful Dallas weather. High speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the home. Large laundry machines and ironing facilities available. The garage has been converted into a games room with full size ping pong table and darts board. Additional board games are also available for those lazy Saturday afternoons. A pack and play/high chair are available for young families on request. There is plenty of street parking available in front of the house as well as the driveway accessed from the ally in the rear. I live and work only a few minutes away and I m available to assist whenever you need. I am happy to be involved as little or as much as your would like. By default I will give you 100% privacy with automatic check-in/checkout so please let me know if you would like to arrange a more personal check-in experience. The front door is operated by our secure unique code lock that provides each of our guests with their own unique code that is only active during their stay. Hard keys are available on request for our Shomer Shabbat guests. Far North Dallas is a quiet and safe suburban community with easy access to the entertainment and dining districts of Addison and Richardson. Residents enjoy the amenities of a suburban home while keeping many of the perks of big city living. Here are some suggestions for what to check out: Sink your teeth into one of Dallas’ best burgers and try the Baby Bella at the Liberty Burger outpost on Keller Springs Road. Addison, with its plethora of dining options, is just down the street, but you don’t have to cross city limits to find something tasty in Far North Dallas. Stop by Spork, a former Sonic drive-in transformed into this new restaurant that takes its visual cues from 1960s science fiction and its culinary inspiration from classic American grub: burgers, fries, and hot dogs. Spork is also home to one of the best patios in Dallas, making it an ideal place to break bread on a nice summer day. You could spend a full day shopping, eating, and playing in Far North Dallas without ever leaving the Galleria, one of the largest retail and entertainment hubs in the region. The ice skating rink on the ground level is a perfect way to cool off in the hot Texas summer, or to get in the holiday spirit during the cold winter months — the Galleria’s massive Christmas tree is one of the most impressive in Dallas. With more than 200 shops (including several upscale stores you’ll only find here) and restaurants packing the mall’s four floors, it’s easy to get caught up in a marathon shopping trip. The Craft Guild of Dallas offers year-round classes for artisans of all ages and skill levels, teaching everything from leather-working to clay-sculpting, bookbinding to glass fusing. Book a class for the kids or get in touch with your own creative side through an instructional workshop. Visit the craft guild at its store in the Village on the Parkway shopping center, which straddles the line between Far North Dallas and Addison at Belt Line and the Tollway. The open-air retail hub — home to to a number of fitness centers and spas, along with restaurants, shops, and an AMC movie theater — is worth a visit by itself. Far North Dallas is not known for its green space, but it is home to some of the area’s best country clubs, including Prestonwood, Bent Tree, and Northwood. For some less exclusive outdoor fun in Far North Dallas, try the tennis court at Kiowa Park, or best of all: the mini-amusement park known as Adventure Landing. Complete with a miniature golf course, go-karts, and bumper boats, the theme park also hosts an arcade for when you’re ready to cool off indoors. Amateur sluggers can take a swing in the batting cages while sharpshooters take aim in a match of laser tag. How about dinner and a movie? LOOK Cinemas is one of the best movie theaters in Dallas, and possibly the most luxurious. Leather Ottomans, a full bar and restaurant for in-theater dining, and power recliner seating make LOOK more comfortable than your living room, providing an audio-visual experience — fancy Dolby Atmos screens and sound systems — that puts your home entertainment system to shame. Neighboring Addison is home to one of the most bustling bar scenes in North Texas. Whatever kind of watering hole you’re looking for, Addison has it, from the sprawling Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub to the upscale, loungey Red Room. On the Dallas side of things, close out your evening by sitting down with a drink at the Staggering Irishman, a Far North Dallas tavern with a massive beer selection. The Irish pub is also one of the best places to watch a soccer game in Dallas, broadcasting everything from Major League Soccer to the World Cup. As the majority of North Dallas was developed in the late 20th century, the primary mode of local transportation is by car. For those guests who wont be travelling with their own car, an Uber is always just around the corner. Public transportation is not a viable option for this area. Me: Having managed hotels for the past 14 years, hospitality is well in truly in my DNA. I love travelling and love hosting other travelers. Good holidays start with great accommodation and a comfortable nights sleep. As a host my goal is to always ensure that as my guests you are as comfortable as possible with every essential and comfort at your finger tips. I can be involved as little or as much as you like and can always be contacted with anything that may come up. I am 36 years old. I am married and have two gorgeous daughters who are 10 and 6 years old. I enjoy cooking, fitness, travel, sport and entertaining/hanging out with friends. I believe in honesty and friendship and will always be there for my family the people that I care about.