This space has a bit of everything: a roomy desk for focused work, a couch and outdoor seating for a coffee break, and a meeting table in the kitchen for a working lunch or brainstorming session. With a private entrance, this space is ideal for working remotely, equipped with high speed WIFI (both fast download and upload speeds) and an oak writing desk. With a connection to the outdoors, the windows provide views of gardens and green spaces with cordless blinds for light control. Located off a quiet street, this luminous independent apartment is perfectly situated between three desirable neighborhoods of Alberta Arts District, Mississippi Avenue, and N. Williams Avenue. Highly walkable for coffee breaks and ample restaurants with cafes for lunch spots within just a few steps. The space is furnished with a blend of modern threaded with vintage. Locally handcrafted wood and marble furniture pieces meld with antique French mirrors and retro tins, along with hand drawings and curated art prints gathered from travels throughout Europe. For a healthy indoor environment, great care was taken to select interior finishes, paint, carpet, and furnishings that do not emit harmful VOC chemicals. The apartment is a daylight basement of a 1902 home with character - as one room in particular has a lower ceiling height. The newly renovated bathroom has a lower head height of 6’-1”, so it may not be suited to super tall folks. All other rooms have standard ceiling heights up to 8’-0” high. The kitchen is equipped with a gas range, refrigerator, stainless steel double sink, microwave, toaster, electric tea kettle, coffee making supplies, and dishware, although no dishwasher. The kitchen is designed with quartz countertops and the mahogany wood cabinetry. Guests have dedicated private use of the front garden with outdoor seating at the top of the paved path. The separate entrance is through a wooden gate along a bamboo garden illuminated with path lights to the 6 step descent to the entry.