After another circumnavigation of this wonderful world we find ourselves back in Taipei, Taiwan. This time we even signed a lease.
The neighborhood is great. There is a small park next door, and we are within a 10 minute bike ride of the 2 biggest parks in the city. We are a 5 minute walk to the subway station, and 2 of the big transport corridors for bus / taxi / Uber transit are close by. A weekly public market and a grocery store are just next door, and 100s of restaurants are within 10 minutes by foot. Despite the proximity to everything, it is calm and quiet and our street is lightly trafficked.
What we really liked though was the interior.
And exterior. The attention to detail is top notch, with great air flow and lighting throughout.
Food is a not so secret pleasure of ours which means a versatile kitchen is desirable. With a dish washer, of course.
The kitchen flows into the living space for convenient hosting and entertaining.
Now please follow me upstairs… careful not to bump your knee on the massage chair.
After 2.5 years of co-sleeping most nights, Jr was ready for his own space. Or we were. He now has his own room for Totoro and his dinosaurs & cars.
Across the hall is the room where my new bike and (old) guitar sleep. This week I’ll morph this space into an IRS compliant tax-deductible home office. This monitor is great for spreadsheets, which means I’ll probably finally get around to some of those more mathematically intense topics I’ve been thinking about.
Let’s head back downstairs and checkout the