House for Rent!

by aengelson | June 8th, 2009

View of our home & front garden

View of our home & front garden

Joanie and I are looking to rent our house while we live overseas for a few years.
If anyone you know is looking for a place in our neighborhood, please let us
know!
Joanie Robertson
Andy Engelson

Light-filled 1922 house with beautiful wood floors and other historic features,
in the heart of Madison Valley. Walking distance to Arboretum, Essential Baking
Company, Island Video, other restaurants and businesses on Madison. Near bus
lines 8, 11, and 2.

View of kitchen

View of kitchen

Beautiful gardens include strawberries, raspberries, grapes,
apples, and vegetable garden plus lots of native plants. Great back porch for
summer evenings. Quiet street on a friendly block.

2BR 1Bath +1Study
Unfinished basement with plenty of storage
Dishwasher, washer/dryer
Available August 1
$1500/mo; First/last and $750 deposit
1 year lease
227 31st Ave E

contact

View of living room

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Andy Engelson is a writer and editor who lives in Hanoi, Vietnam. He's currently working on a historical novel set in the Northwest United States during World War II. He's also a freelance writer, essayist and member of the Hanoi Writer's Collective. In a former life, he edited Washington Trails magazine for six years and before that was freelance journalist. He likes to hike, travel, and play with his family.

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“I’ve been reading Whitman, know what he says, Cheer up slaves, and horrify foreign despots, he means that’s the attitude for the Bard, the Zen Lunacy bard of old desert paths, see the whole thing is a world full of rucksack wanderers, Dharma Bums refusing to subscribe to the general demand that they consume production and therefore have to work for the privilege of consuming, all that crap they didn’t really want anyway such as refrigerators, TV sets, cars, at least new fancy cars, certain hair oils and deodorants and general junk you finally always see a week later in the garbage anyway, all of them imprisoned in a system of work, produce, consume, work, produce, consume, I see a vision of a great rucksack revolution thousands or even millions of young Americans wandering around with rucksacks, going up to mountains to pray, making children laugh and old men glad, making young girls happy and old girls happier, all of ’em Zen Lunatics who go about writing poems that happen to appear in their heads for no reason and also being kind and also by strange unexpected acts keep giving visions of eternal freedom to everybody and to all living creatures…” — Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums

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