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Map pinJuneau · Alaska
5.0 · 
Secluded Beach Condo (Lower) By the Forest & Sea
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Secluded Beach Condo (Lower) By the Forest & Sea

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Located on the Gastineau Channel 1 miles N of the Juneau-Douglas Bridge on Douglas Is. The openness & natural light immediately take your breath away upon entering the front door. The living room, dining room for six, kitchen with bar seating for four all open directly to an expansive yard perfect for grilling on the complimentary BBQ, playing lawn games, or warming by the fire pit. A large wrap around deck offers unobstructed views. While the beach and creek offer serenity at your doorstep. Open living that invites you to relax in the elegant feel of this two bedroom, two bath condo. Conveniently located on the water, 1 mile north of the Juneau-Douglas Bridge with sweeping views of Gastineau Channel, Mt. Juneau and Mt. Roberts and downtown. Once inside the 1,200 square feet of modern luxury, you might be tempted to enjoy the home’s ambiance and surrounding natural beauty from the indoors. Binoculars and telescope are provided to view sea birds, bald eagles, seals, whales, deer and mountain goats from your picture windows. The openness and natural light immediately take your breathe away upon entering the front door. The living room, dining room for six, kitchen with bar seating for four all open directly to an expansive yard perfect for grilling on the complimentary BBQ, playing lawn games, or warming by the fire pit. A large wrap around deck with glass railing lets you enjoy obstructed views. While the beach and creek offer serenity at your doorstep. . A well-appointed kitchen includes solid glass backsplash and quartz countertops, stainless steel dishwasher and refrigerator/freezer, microwave, electric solid surface cooktop/oven, and garbage disposal all with a channel and mountain views. An amazing 180˚ view of the channel welcomes you to the king-sized master bedroom and en suite bathroom with soaking tub and floor to ceiling glass shower. The guest queen bedroom with water views and natural light will please your sensibilities. The guest bathroom is detached with walk-in glass enclosed shower. The stacked washer/dryer is located off the kitchen hidden by a statement sliding barn door that is shared with the walk-in pantry/utility storage. The common entrance connects to the 6-space car park by one flight of stairs. Once inside and additional flight of stairs leads down to unit entrance. There is an additional private entrance that leads to the living room. (Both entries require stairs; however, tram option is available upon request to access the common entry. Please note that a 14% Sales Tax is added at time of booking confirmation. Airbnb currently does not include this automatically for the state of Alaska. Also, we do require a short term lease to be signed by our guests. Please note you are booking one of two units on the property. Explore downtown Juneau (1.8 miles) or Douglas (3 miles) on complimentary bicycles. Skiers and riders will enjoy Eaglecrest Ski Resort just 10 miles away. It's generally best to have your own transportation. Juneau is small and not spread out. Most excursions and tours leave from downtown (1.3 miles) from the condo. Biking is great fun in nice weather around Juneau and Douglas. Trail heads are everywhere and easy to get to. *City Registration # CBJ1000019* We require a short term lease to be signed by our guests. Here is a sample of the short term lease agreement for you to review. SHORT TERM RENTAL AGREEMENT This Short Term Rental Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made by and between 4600 ND LLC (“Homeowner”) and (“Guest”) on this day for an agreed night(s) stay commencing at 4:00 PM (Alaska Time) on and terminating 11:00 AM (Alaska Time) on . For good and valuable consideration, the sufficiency of which is acknowledged, the parties hereby agree as follows: 1. Property. The property is located at: 4600 N Douglas Hwy, Juneau AK 99801. The property is furnished and includes items listed in 2. Rental Party. The rental party shall consist of and the following persons: , , . 3. Rental Rate and Fees. a. Damage Deposit (does not apply to guests booking on airbnb) of $500.00 is required at time of booking. The deposit is for security and shall be refunded within 14 days of the check-out date provided no deductions are made due to: i. damage to the property or furnishings ii. dirt or other mess requiring excessive cleaning iii. all charges accrued during the stay are paid prior to departure iv. any other costs incurred by Homeowner due to Guest’s stay. b. Rental Rate Payment in full of the following fees shall be due at time of booking: Nights $ Cleaning Fee $ $ Tax $ Service Fee $ Damage Deposit $ Total Payment $ 4. Rate of Change. Rates are subject to change until Reservation is confirmed by Owner’s receipt of full payment and signed agreement. 5. Cancellation Policy. Strict. Full refund for cancellations made within 48 hours of booking, if the check-in date is at least 14 days away. 50% refund for cancellations made at least 7 days before check-in. No refunds for cancellations made within 7 days of check-in. a. Cancellation or early departure does not warrant any refund or rent or damage deposit, however, if re-bookings are made for that time period you will be sent a refund in the amount of daily rental charges for the new booking. To avoid cancellation penalties we encourage our guest to purchase travel insurance. 6. Refund of Deposit. All deposits will be refunded by terms listed on 7. Travel Insurance. We highly recommend you purchase travel insurance. I have read my rights to purchase travel insurance. (Guest initials) 8. Maximum Occupancy. The maximum number of guests is limited to 4 persons. Under special circumstances, an additional charge of $50.00 fee per person per night will be assessed. Please discuss this when making your booking. Renters are not allowed to exceed the occupancy limit agreed to in the Rental Agreement. 9. Term of Lease. The lease begins at 4 p.m. (Alaska Time) on (“the Check-in Date”) and ends at 11 a.m. (Alaska Time) on (the “Check-out Date”). 10. Minimum Stay. This property requires a 4 night minimum stay. Longer minimum stays may be required during peak and holiday periods. If a rental is taken for less than 4 days, the guest will be charged the $325.00 rate. 11. Rules. Guest agrees to abide by the following rules at all times while at the property and shall cause all members of the rental party and anyone else Guest permits on the property to abide by the following rules at all times while at the property. a. Rental Rules attached as Exhibit A b. Common Amenities attached as Exhibit B c. Repairs and Malfunctions Policy attached as Exhibit C d. House Keeping Rules attached as Exhibit D e. Checkout Procedure attached as Exhibit E 12. Access. Guest shall allow Homeowner or it’s Representative access to the property for purpose to inspect the property or make repairs if reasonable concern arises regarding property damage or irresponsible Guest behavior during stay. Homeowner or it’s Representative shall exercise this right of access in a reasonable manner giving Guests at least (2) two hours notice, except in extreme or emergency circumstances. 13. Storms. No refunds will be given for storms. Roads can be wet, slippery, curvy and steep. We highly recommend four wheel drive and/or chains during the snow months. We do not refund due to road conditions. 14. Private Events. Such as weddings, receptions, parties of any kind i.e. graduations, birthdays, etc. are not allowed, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing prior to your booking. This house rule is strictly enforced. A Guest celebrating an anniversary or birthday among Rental Party is allowed. 15. Accidents happen please let us know in advance if anything is spilled, damaged or broken, so we can take care of it for our next guest. 16. Falsified Reservations. Any reservation obtained under false pretense will be subject to forfeiture of advance payment; deposit and/or rental money and the party will not be permitted to check-in. 17. Written Exceptions. If Guest or Owner wishes to alter anything outlined in this rental agreement it must be approved in writing and in advance of stay. 18. 4600 ND LLC shall not be liable for the following: a. Personal injury or damage of loss of Renters personal property or valuables of guests from theft, vandalism, fire, water, rain, hail, smoke, explosions, sonic booms, any natural disasters, power failures, appliance failures, or other causes whatsoever unless the same is due to negligence of 4600 ND LLC. b. Damages, losses to person, accidents, or illness that occurs while on the premises or property caused by other Renters or persons. By accepting and signing the Rental Agreement, it is agreed that all Renters are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from their use of the premises or others whom they invite to use the premise. 19. Governing Law. The laws of the state of Alaska shall govern this agreement. Each of the parties irrevocably consents to the exclusive personal jurisdiction of the federal and state courts located in Alaska, as applicable, for any matter arising out of or relating to this Agreement. 20. Indemnification. Guest agrees to indemnify and hold 4600 ND LLC and it’s Representative harmless from any liability for personal injury or property damage sustained by Guest or parties invited onto the property by Guest. 21. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement of the parties and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous oral or written agreements concerning this subject matter. The parties agree to the terms of this Short Term Rental Agreement, as evidenced by the signatures set forth below. (Electronic or manual Signature) Exhibit A HOUSE RULES 1. Smoking and Vaping is prohibited in all enclosed areas and outside property without exception. This rule is strictly enforced against your deposit. To protect and enhance the indoor & outdoor air quality and contribute to the health and well being of all guests, 4600 N Douglas shall be entirely smoke and vape free. a. Definitions: Smoking refers to the use of traditional tobacco and marijuana products. Vaping refers to the use of electronic nicotine & marijuana delivery systems or electronic smoking devices. These are commonly called e- cigarettes, e-pipes, e-hookahs and e-cigars. 2. Guests are people other than those in the Rental Party, as set forth in the Rental Agreement may not stay overnight in the property. Any other person on the property is the sole responsibility of the Rental Party. 3. Maximum Occupancy is limited to 4 persons. Under special circumstances, we may allow an additional guest for an additional fee of $15.00 per guest, per night. Please discuss this when making your booking. Renters are not allowed to exceed the occupancy limit agreed to in the Rental Agreement. 4. Please be considerate of those Guests staying above, adjacent, or underneath of you. Every Guest is encouraged to be thoughtful towards his/her neighbor, and to communicate with one another to avoid confrontations. 5. Noise/Nuisance Guests must exercise due consideration at all hours in the operation of radios, televisions, musical instruments, or any other items to ensure that the sounds will not disturb others. Please do not allow children to run and jump inside, especially in the upper condo. Guests should avoid doing the following after 10:00 p.m.: slamming doors, major house cleaning, vacuuming, or washing clothes. a. When noise disturbances become a consistent or aggravating problem, contact us. 6. Lockouts Forgetting or misplacing keys seems to happen to everybody at one time or another. Therefore, when you are accidentally locked out of your apartment, the following applies: a. For your safety, no one will be admitted into an apartment that is not on the lease either as a leaseholder or an authorized occupant. b. You will need to present identification sufficient to prove you are a leaseholder or an authorized occupant. c. 4600 ND LLC is not responsible for lockouts. If we can assist you with the lockout during Business Hours (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, M-F) we will do our best to help. Guests agree to pay owner a $50.00 fee at time of service. d. Any Guest who is locked out after Business Hours will need to contact an independent locksmith. Guest will be responsible for directly paying locksmith at time of service. This policy is for the protection of the Guest and us. 7. No shoes are allowed inside the condo. All shoes must be removed upon entering the condo unit from the artic or outside entrances. Slippers are provided for your use while staying with us. Please don’t wear them outside. 8. Leave the heat thermostat set at 55 degrees when you leave the condo. This applies only to the main living area’s thermostat. All other thermostats should be turned off when you leave. Thermostats should never be turned up past 73 degrees in cold weather. Electric baseboard heaters are controlled individually. 9. Anything with an open heating element or flame are not allowed within the condo i.e. hot plates, candles, halogen lamps, incense, space heaters, cooking grills, lighter fluid, or open flame. 10. Safety Precautions Good judgment and common sense go a long way in helping prevent disaster from striking you and your family. Below are a few tips we feel important to share with you. a. Never light candles. b. Unplug small appliances when not in use (toaster, curling iron, etc.) c. Do not leave your apartment while the washer, dryer, dishwasher or stove is in operation. d. Only use detergent designed for dishwashers in your dishwasher. e. If your toilet is overflowing, you can temporarily turn off the water source at the base of the toilet to help prevent flooding. f. Never leave your condo door unlocked. 11. Red Wine may not be consumed in the living room or bedrooms. Feel free to drink white wine anywhere. If you do spill red wine on the upholstery, bed linens, or rug proceed immediately to clean it up by; a. Blot up the spilled wine right away. The longer you let red wine sit in the carpet, the harder it will be to get rid of the stain. Do yourself a big favor by acting fast! As soon as you notice the spill, grab a paper towel or rag and blot the stain to pick up as much liquid as possible before it can set. b. Always use an up-and-down blotting motion, not a side-to-side rubbing one. Rubbing will pick up some of the wine but force the rest deeper into the carpet fibers, making it much harder to remove the stain. This can also make the stained area from the wine even larger by spreading the liquid to the sides. c. Work from the outside in, blotting the edges first and then moving to the center. This helps prevent the stain from getting any larger. d. Apply some cold water and keep blotting. Eventually, it will get difficult to blot more of the wine out. At this point, try getting the stain wet again with a small amount of cold water. This helps dilute the wine remaining in the carpet. 12. Only use appliances for their intended uses. 13. Pets are NOT allowed. 14. Housekeeping: There is no daily housekeeping service. While linens and bath towels are included in the unit, daily maid service is not included in the rental rate. We suggest you bring beach towels. We do not permit towels or linens to be taken from the units. See House Keeping Rules attached Exhibit. 15. Windows/Screens/Screen Doors/Blinds are the Renters responsibility to be kept clean and in good working condition. No doors or windows are to be left open without the screen shut or in place. We occasionally will have flies and mosquitos during warm weather. Exhibit B COMMON AMENITIES RULES 1. Both the lower and upper condo renters share the following common amenities. They are used on a first come bases for our Guests' use and enjoyment. a. At no time should any item or amenity be used for the purpose of conducting business. b. It is imperative that Guests realize, however, that when they or their guests use these areas and items, they do so at their own risk and assume all liability and responsibility for any accidents or personal injuries, which may occur in connection with the use of these amenities and items. c. Any violation of the policies of the common amenities is grounds for discontinuance of the privilege to use the amenities and lease termination. d. Additionally, please note that any interruption, modification or discontinuance of any particular amenity is not cause for damages, for termination of the Lease Agreement or for a rebate or reduction in rent. 2. FIRE PIT Both the lower and upper condo renters share the fire pit and may not leave it unattended while in use. Guests who leave a fire pit unattended will be subject to fines of $100.00 and future disallowed use. This rule is strictly enforced against your damage deposit. From time to time a burn restriction may be implemented due to high winds by the city or owner. a. The fire must be put out at the conclusion of use. It’s best to wait for the fire to burn down. While this is not always possible, it is best to allow the fire to burn down until it is very low and the wood has largely burned off into ash. Spread out the remaining wood evenly, using a shovel or stick. b. Before leaving, check the entire fire pit to make sure there is no heat being generated. The fire pit and wood that remains should be cool and damp. c. Please do not throw any paper, debris, trash, foil, cans, food or combustible materials in the fire pit. A five-gallon bucket is provided for you to fill with water for safety and to extinguish the fire should that be necessary. 3. FIREWOOD Firewood is stored under cover beside the carport storage garage. Firewood may only be used for the purpose of burning in the fire pit and kept stored in this designated area (no wood inside the house or left lying around the fire pit when not in use). Please return unused wood to the wood stack to insure dry wood for the next Renters use. 4. BEACH Please stay on the designated beach access path. a. Watch for sharp objects when beach combing – debris can be washed up with the tides. b. Please stay off the log break-wall to insure your safety. The wall rises and falls with the tide and is unpredictable to walk or climb on. Guests may not remove or disturb any break-wall logs. c. Fires of any kind are not permitted on the beach. All campfires are to be burned in the fire pit. 5. CREEK AND BRIDGE The creek is seasonal and can be rushing one day and meandering the next day. For this reason we ask that no child be left unattended to play in the creek or on the bridge. Beware the rocks are slippery and water is cold. 6. PARKING Guests are provided with adequate and convenient parking. Parking is on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be individually assigned. Out of courtesy to your neighbor, please observe the following guidelines. Parking is limited to a total of 6 vehicles – 2 covered and 4 uncovered spaces. a. Please be fair about parking spaces. Everyone is entitled to park one car near the stairs. In the case of families or roommates owning more than one car, the second or third must be parked in an auxiliary area. b. c. Remind your guests to use auxiliary parking areas or street parking so that your neighbors are not forced to park far from their condo. d. e. Parking on the driveway or landing is permitted for loading or unloading only. f. g. Any illegally parked cars are subject to towing; applicable fines/towing fees are the sole responsibility of the vehicle owner. 7. BICYCLES Two adult bicycles with adult helmets are provided for your enjoyment. Guests should bring any child sized helmets with them. The bicycle becomes the Guests sole responsibility to keep in good working condition during your stay. a. Bicycles are to be stored inside the carport storage garage located at the top of the stairs when not in use. A vandal-proof bike lock is provided to secure the bikes when in use. Please lock the frame and wheels to a bike rack for safe keeping when riding. b. 4600 ND LLC is not responsible for lost, stolen and/or damaged bicycles. Guests agrees to pay owner $500.00 for lost, stolen and/or damaged bikes. 8. GAS GRILL Grilling and the usage of the outdoor grill is not allowed on balconies or used within 10 ft. of the structure. Propane tanks can never be stored inside the condo. a. Make sure the grill is on an even surface so it will not tip over. b. After use, keep the grill at least 10 feet away from the buildings until it is cold to the touch. c. Grill must be left cleaned for the next guests use. Tools can be found under the grill. d. Keep children away from grills. e. Always shut off valves to propane tanks when not in use. f. Grilling and the usage or storage of outdoor grills are not allowed on deck or breezeways, either with charcoal or gas grills and are permitted only in designated areas. g. Outdoor Fryers (such as those used to cook turkeys) are not permitted. h. In addition to the general guidelines listed above, guests must abide by local and/or state ordinances regarding the use of grills. 9. BALCONIES AND PATIOS Balconies and patios are limited common elements. Guests have the exclusive right to use these areas. Balconies and patios may not be used for storage. Appropriate seasonal furniture may be used on the balconies and patios, but shade umbrellas are prohibited. 10. HOSE BIB The buildings' hose bib is a common element. Hose bib must have the insulation cone on in cold weather. It’s the Guests’ responsibility to maintain the cone in good condition. A water hose for the exterior faucet is available in the carport garage for emergency use only. 11. TRASH Garbage cans are located inside the carport storage garage on the car park level. Guests are expected to dispose of the condo’s trash on a regular basis, depositing items fully inside the trashcans provided in the garage. No trash or garbage accumulation is allowed in or around the condo. Discarded trash, garbage, and household personal items(s) are not allowed in hallways, common areas, or anywhere in the building. These items must be placed in the trash containers provided in the carport storage garage. It is your responsibility to properly dispose of these items. If we must remove any discarded items or personal property at any time, the total cost will be charged back to you. We may inspect the premises at any time and assess fines up to $50.00 for each item that we must remove. 12. YARD AND LANDSCAPING All toys, yard games and articles of clothing are to be picked up and not left overnight. No tree climbing is allowed. Guests are to maintain grounds free of debris and trash (doesn’t matter who’s trash it belongs to – best to pick it up). A fine of $50.00 will be imposed for trash that is found and picked up by owner. 13. TRAM A cable car is available for use upon written request from renter and written approval from the owner. The tram runs back and forth from the car park to the front door of the common artic entrance that leads to both condos. No one under 18 may operate the tram. 14. YARD GAMES Badminton and Croquet are provided for your enjoyment. They are stored in the carport storage garage. Please store them in the original packaging and return to the carport storage garage when not in use. Don’t leave out over night. 15. LAWN CHAIRS You’ll find these in the carport storage garage. We request that you keep and eye on chairs while in use as high winds have been know to pick them up and carry them away. Stacking them together on their side under the deck, next to the lower level condo wall will help to protect them when not in use during your stay. At the end of your stay we ask they be put back in the carport storage garage. 16. COMMON ARTIC ENTRY DOOR Guests are responsible for keeping all the common entrance doors closed (i.e., artic entrance and carport storage garage. Guests are also encouraged to keep their condo doors locked, to get to know their neighbors, and to report door-to-door solicitors, or suspicious strangers immediately by first calling the police (911), and then calling us. 17. FISHING POLES Are stored in the carport storage garage. Guests will need to provide their own bait and care should be taken to not harm or hurt others by leaving hooks lying about. Fish are to be cleaned and disposed of in an eco friendly and thoughtful way so as to leave the premises pristine for other Guests enjoyment. Thank you for returning them at the end of your day and stay. Happy Fishing! Exhibit C REPAIRS AND MALFUNCTIONS RULES The owner is responsible for: 1. All service or repairs (which fall within the responsibility of the owner) the owner shall be contacted via phone or text message by the guest who signed the Rental Agreement. 2. Owner shall respond to emergency maintenance calls as soon as possible. An emergency is considered to be fire, flood, and uncontrollable water, back up sewer, electrical problem endangering life, or smell of gas. 3. Guest is directed to call 911 for emergencies causing immediate danger such as fire or if Guest deems situation is life threatening. 4. Non-emergency requests will be scheduled and responded to within a few hours. Guests shall not make repairs or hire contractors to make repairs. In the event a contractor does not contact Guest within 24 hours, Guest agrees to contact owner immediately by phone or text message. Guest agrees to attempt to remedy all of the below maintenance issues prior to notifying owner: 1. Smoke Detector Beeps: Replace Battery 2. No power to plugs or switches: Check and reset breaker panel. Check all GFI outlets (located in bathrooms, utility room and kitchen) and reset if needed. Check if plug works on a different outlet on same wall. 3. Garbage disposal doesn’t work: If you hear a wired noise, check that the disposal has power to the plug by unplugging the disposal and test with a hair dryer. Check circuit breaker. Push trigger (red) button on bottom. If you still hear a weird noise unplug and call owner. 4. No Hot water: Check and reset breaker on power panel. Check and reset the button on the hot water heater next to thermostat. 5. Hot water too hot: Check thermostat on tank and turn down. 6. Plumbing or fixture leak: Turn off water fixture, turn off water at supply line in down stairs laundry room (The upper condo’s water heater is located in the downstairs condo’s laundry room. Main water shut off value is located in same spot). 7. Toilet Plugged: Plunge and test. 8. Toilet Over flows: Temporarily turn off the water source at the base of the toilet to help prevent flooding. Check for anything other than toilet paper that should not be there. a. Plunge with toilet plunger (found in utility room) apply downward pressure slowly at first and then increasing the speed. If clog has caused over flow, plunger will dislodge mass and allow water to escape the plumbing. b. Mop up the water as quickly as possible. 9. No Heat: Check thermostat. Check break box for tripped fuse. 10. Dishwater Won’t Drain: Clean food out of bottom of dishwasher. 11. Dishwasher Doesn’t Clean Dishes: Don’t run the garbage disposal while running the dishwasher. The Guest shall be responsible for: 1. Condition of the property and all it’s furnishings are to be kept in good working order, clean and sanitary inside and out. Shall not deface the walls, woodwork, or any part of the premises and leave the property without damage and in as good of condition as originally received. 2. Paying for damage to property as a result of failure to report a problem in a timely manner. 3. Paying 4600 ND LLC upon demand for costs to repair, replace or rebuild any portion of the premises damaged, whether through negligence by Guest, Renters guests, or invitees. 4. In the event of break-in, supply owner with a copy of the police report at Guests expense, if any expense; should Guest fail to do so; Guest agrees to pay repair costs. 5. Replacing any cracked or broken glass, no matter what the circumstances of breakage, unless police report is provided to owner detailing circumstances of breakage. 6. Paying for unnecessary workman service calls, for service calls caused by Guest negligence and for extra call as a result of failure to keep appointments with repairman. 7. Paying for damage done by rain or wind as a result of leaving windows or doors open. 8. Maintaining minor and simple repairs such as replacing light bulbs, smoke detector batteries (when short term lease length is thirty days or greater). Under no circumstances is Guest to perform any electrical repairs. 9. Carpet, upholstery or linens when it becomes soiled during stay. See Housekeeping Rules 10. Refrain from disposing things such as diapers, sanitary napkins, paper towels, wads of toilet paper, newspaper, children’s toys, matches, Q-tips, balls of hair, grease, oil, table scraps, clothing rags, sand, dirt or rocks down all drains (sinks and toilets). Guest agrees to pay for cleaning of drains of any and all stoppages, except incidents created by roots or structural defects. If it is found that anything other than toilet paper was flushed and clog the septic system, you could be charged damages of up to $500.00. This rule is strictly enforced against your damage deposit. 11. Clearing blockages of garbage disposal not caused by mechanical failure. 12. Guest shall not make any other alterations to the premises. Guest shall notify Property Manager if any repairs are needed by phone or text message. Exhibit D HOUSEKEEPING RULES Please note that Guests are not expected to clean. Housekeeping Rules are in case you choose to do some housekeeping during your stay. 1. Cook Top/Oven. Only solid surface ceramic cleaner with nylon sponge is to be used on the cooktop. Foil is to be kept on the oven floor and replaced often to keep the oven clean and in good working condition. No painted/enameled bottom pans, stoneware and cast iron pots or pans are to be used on ceramic cooktop. 2. Vinyl Floor. No chemicals or cleaners are to be used on the vinyl plank flooring. Only steam mopping is allowed. Regular vacuuming without the roller brush works best. The hose attachment will need to be used for all floor edges and corners. 3. Carpet. Guests do not schedule or self conduct carpet cleaning. Only the owner is allowed to bring in a professional vendor. 4. Red Wine. We’ve all experienced the worst wine spill – please don’t panic. We’ll clean it up with what is recommended for the type of fabric or carpet. In the mean time please do the following: a. Blot up the spilled wine right away. The longer you let red wine sit in the carpet, the harder it will be to get rid of the stain. Do yourself a big favor by acting fast! As soon as you notice the spill, grab a paper towel or rag and blot the stain to pick up as much liquid as possible before it can set. b. Always use an up-and-down blotting motion, not a side-to-side rubbing one. Rubbing will pick up some of the wine but force the rest deeper into the carpet fibers, making it much harder to remove the stain. This can also make the stained area from the wine even larger by spreading the liquid to the sides. c. Work from the outside in, blotting the edges first and then moving to the center. This helps prevent the stain from getting any larger than it already is. d. Try getting the stain wet again with a small amount of cold water. This helps dilute the wine remaining in the carpet. Continue blotting (not rubbing) until the carpet is dry again. 5. Trash Removal. Guests are expected to dispose of the condo’s trash on a regular basis, depositing items fully inside the trashcans provided. See Exhibit B 6. Linens & Towels Extra towels are under the bathroom sinks. Guests are not required to change the bed linens during your stay of a week or less. All Guests are asked to remove sheets and pillowcases and place them in the closet laundry basket (located in each bedroom closet) at the end of your stay. 7. Tub/Shower. A shower squeegee is provided in each bathroom shower/tub for Guests use to assist with water removal and moisture control. a. The bathroom vents are on a timer and we request that while bathing they are turned on and maintained throughout Guests bathing and for 30 minuets after Guests are finished. Fans are very quite when running. This alone will keep the bathroom fresh for the next Guest. b. No abrasive cleaners, which contain any gritty substance such as scouring powder, soft scrub or any powder cleanser, may be used. Clean the surface with liquid cleaners such as Dawn Dish Liquid. If a problem with soap buildup, mix baking soda with a dish liquid to dissolve the build up. Always rinse the surface thoroughly after cleaning. Avoid all products containing bleach. Even if the tub/shower does not look dirty, it should be cleaned regularly to remove greasy soap film. Exhibit E CHECKOUT PROCEDURE  Checkout time is 11:00 a.m.  Reset all thermostats to 55 degrees F.  Turn off all lights and appliances (incl. coffee maker) & return any moved furniture back to its original spot.  Kitchen: wipe countertops, load and run dishwasher, remove open food containers from refrigerator and cupboards.  Bedrooms: remove sheets and pillowcases and place in closet laundry basket.  Bathrooms: leave used towels and rugs in the bathtub/shower.  Remove trash from any garbage cans. Leave it in the carport storage garbage bins.  Lock all doors and windows.  Outside: insure fire is burned out; return unused wood to wood pile, and lawn chairs and games to carport.  Leave condo key inside the lock box where you obtained it from on arrival.  Notify Property Manager if any issues arise during stay or departure.  We operate on the honor system. Please don’t hesitate to give feedback regarding your stay. We appreciate your online review and word of mouth recommendation. Thank you for coming and we hope to see you again. Feel free to draw a picture in the Guest Book! Guest Initial Date Exhibit E - Check


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