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All the comforts of home. Newly renovated 100 year old, charming apartment. One full bed, one queen bed, one queen sofa bed. Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washer and dryer, Dish network, large screen tv in living room, another tv in bedroom, dining room seats six, internet service, a/c, private parking, deck with gas grill and outdoor table and chairs.
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
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less than 72 hr cancel$50
4 or more adults$50
Sunday through Thursday $125 per night
Friday, Saturday and Sunday when Monday is a holiday, $150 per night
Holidays and one night stays $150 per night
Two night stay preferred
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Short drive to Mohican State Park with hiking and mountain bike trails and Lyons Falls, birdwatching, Zip line, Historic Grist Mill, Pleasant Hill Lake and Marina, Louis Bromfield's Malabar Farm and Inn. Black Fork of the Mohican River with canoeing and kayaking runs at the edge of town. Close to Amish Country, Roscoe Village in Coshocton, Kingwood Center in Mansfield.
Year Purchased: 1988
About the owner: I am the fourth generation owner of this building and business. I grew up in Loudonville, and although I spent a few years in Cleveland where I met and married my husband, we moved home to raise our family. We both continue to live and work in this community.
Why the Owner Chose Loudonville: Red Window Townhouse came about because a friend was looking for a place to stay when she visited family here in Loudonville. The apartment above my business had been empty for some time, even though both my husband and I, and both of our sons and their wives had lived in it, I suggested to her that I fix it up and she could stay there. The building housing Red Window has been in my family for a century, my father was born in the apartment, I grew up in this business, it is a part of who I am.
The Unique Benefits at this Apartment: Living right downtown has so many advantages. You can walk out the front door to shops, banking, restaurants, and recreational activities. The windows in the living room overlook Main Street and the hills south of town are visible from the back deck. The apartment has original skylights for natural light and even though it is right downtown, you won't feel like you are.