Resposta de Laura:
Thanks for your precisions, Angela. I use Airbnb too, with 2 kids, and we always take out our garbage before leaving, since I don't think it's very polite to leave to other people our own trash to be taken out (especially when you live aside and you can easily take your 3 bags of garbage with you, knowing that is a bit tricky the collection of trash there and that you're obliging a stranger - say, our housekeeper, in this case - to take your garbage at her house, or to leave it in front of mine, so that I can be susceptible to be fined because of that).
Regarding the lawn, you talked about the grass that has to be cut: the grass could grow at different speed, according to the weather condition. If you have told me that it had to be cut, I would have called the gardener. On the contrary no, I wouldn't have changed the tile that is broken, even if you had told me, because it's just one, and our apartment isn't an hotel: we live there quite fine even if there is a nearly broken tile, we look at the others of our nearly 14 meters terrace under the porch and we think our guests could do the same, living as we live, as local, not hotel owner that have to change all the floor the minute when one tile outside accidentally (because of a storm) is a little bit broken.
Regarding the "possibility" of having other guests downstairs, in the studio with another autonomous entrance, it seems to be enough clear, being this a townhouse of 3 floors and having rented you just the ground floor, at a very convenient price. Since both the announcement are in my listing, you were free to rent the whole villa of 220 square meters, but obviously at a different price, comparing the one you've paid for renting just the 80 square meters ground floor. Anyway it's specified now in the announcement, the following guests will be aware by reading the description. Thanks for your concern.