What you will love about this home
My house is an easy walk to Main St., the heart of the Capital City of Concord, New Hampshire. It is extremely quiet and only 2 blocks from the City's beautiful White Park. It is a cozy old Victorian with lots of charm and lush with plants. The kitchen is very well equipped, with a deck and backyard for pure relaxation. You are welcome to use the staples in the house. Please note that the stairs are steep and narrow. I am neat and tidy. I do not use artificial scents or perfumes in the house which is good for people with allergies or sensitivities. There is no air conditioning but overhead fans make sleeping no problem.
What you will love in the neighborhood
Concord is a small, safe city of about 43,000 in the heart of northern New England. The house is less than a mile from Main St, the State Capital (oldest still in use), the farmer's market, the bus station, shopping, the YMCA Gym, the library, the theater, and other things to do. Beautiful White Park is 2 blocks away. One of the best Pizza places and Korean sushi is one block away. The bus easily takes you to Boston and back with service almost every hour. Hop on the bus at Boston's Logan Airport and bus directly to Concord. We are in the middle of the beautiful state of New Hampshire. 2 miles from the house is the NH Audubon where you can see rare local birds and go on nice walks. Within less than an hour and a half you have the ocean, the lakes, the glorious mountains, and Boston. Here's a blog about Concord: http://blog.guesttoguest.com/discover-my-city-home-exchange-concord-new-hampshire/
Portsmouth, our old port city, is an hour and a fantastic place (and has the best lobster!) Dartmouth College is an hour away in the village of Hanover with the Hood Museum. There is so much to do! There are lakes and rivers for swimming, boating, kayaking, camping (I have a full set of gear if you are interested) and many natural sights to see. Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the North East, is less than 2 hours away - the drive is beautiful. http://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/digital-nomad/new-hampshire/one-day-loop-white-mountains/
Just to give you some ideas of what New Hampshire is like: http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/new-hampshire/hidden-gems-in-nh/
And yet, you can stay in a small city with good restaurants and things to do. There is a great independent theater with very good movies. The Boston Globe did a very nice article on Concord: https://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/travel/2014/12/09/tank-away-concord/w5Nr60OyYD89rdh8xDN8EO/story.html