everything looks good for a starting point, i'm sure you'll be tweaking for a while.
you should take photos in landscape format as they display better, although I do like some of your detail shots (like the bike basket hanging storage thingy). the first kitchen photo is out of focus. I think it's fine to have less than perfect pics as you don't overpromise. your first 5 photos are what you need to grab a guest's attention, so use them to highlight 5 different things about your listing, the foosball table is cool! i'd put that in the top 5. I like the bike wash station too, very thoughtful.
Not sure why you've called the house Magnolia house, i don't see a magnolia tree, nor any references to that. If that's the name then fine, but if you made that up for airbnb, I'm pretty sure you could do better and highlight the tree from the front yard, or some local thing that you can tie back to your home. Once you know who are your target demo perhaps you'll have an idea. I do think it's great to give your listing a name though, that personalises it, but why would anyone remember the name "magnolia" when there isn't a single magnolia anywhere? (my bad if you do have a tree we can't see, and if you do be sure to include a photo of it in bloom)
Your listing info could have so much more info in it, and you might want to flesh out those house rules. And you might want to consider a profile pic with your face, so guests feel comfortable knowing you are a real person. oh, and I now write "family owned and operated" on our listings, because we are all competing against those corporate listings run by "professional" STR management, and those types aren't always great, so we need to highlight our personal, customized service we owner hosts can offer.
You might want to reconsider the travel size shampoos, it's not very "save the planet" and also people just take them. Better to have large size shamp/cond bottles (get nice ones on sale, not cheap supermarket stuff) and you'll only have to replace them once every 3-6 months (well that's a guess of course!). your shelf unit that is full of trinkets is just unecessary, a hazard for guests to avoid breaking, and just stuff to clean and dust at turnover, it's not bringing in income.
you've got great reviews so far so you're off to a wonderful start. 👍🏼
SAFE THE PLANET!