Most often referred to as the Armstrong House, this "concrete cottage" was built in 1902 by Herbert Harley, founder of the American Judicature Society. Framed in the home is a copy of an article written by Mr. Harley for the January, 1905 issue of 'Country Life in America" explaining how the house was built. Extensive renovations have been made and is now ready and waiting for your pleasure!
The house is located in a fantastic neighborhood within walking distance to downtown and the beach. Barbecue on the deck, relax on the expansive front porch or play croquet in the yard.
The spacious first floor has options for everyone in your party. Cook gourmet meals in the remodeled kitchen, enjoy gathering around the table in the large dining room, play board games on the game table in the foyer, or read quietly in the library. In the living room you will find a pool table and big screen TV for your entertainment. A sofa bed in the living room gives you some extra sleeping space. A half bath fills out your needs on the first floor.
On the second floor you will find two bedrooms with queen beds, one with a full size and twin bed, and the fourth with a full size bed. A roll-away cot is also available. Two full baths round out the second floor.