Built circa 1739, this home has been completely renovated with modern amenities, yet retain it's historical charm including exposed beams, wide pine floors and a narrow staircase. You will feel you have traveled back to the early 1700's.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ONLY BOOK 6 MONTHS OUT FROM NOW.
Located 1 block from the Boston Ferry & the House of 7 Gables, you can walk to all Salem has to offer from this Prime Location! Also includes fully equipped kitchen, 1.5 baths, Laundry, A/C, Cable, Wifi, Patio & Parking.
***PLEASE NOTE: The antique staircase is steep and narrow. It is not suitable for people with disabilities. **Also being an old house, the ceiling height to the beams is about 6'5"
This completely renovated two story cottage has 4 rooms. It features original wide "pumpkin" pine floor boards, exposed beams and a narrow staircase, yet has all the modern amenities. The living room, eat in kitchen, 1/2 bath and laundry with washer and dryer are on the first floor. On the second floor are the master bedroom with a queen bed and the second bedroom with two twin beds plus a full bath. This cozy home comfortably sleeps 4. The brand new kitchen has a stainless steel stove, full sized refrigerator, and dishwasher. The house is fully air conditioned. There is a 42" flat screen TV, with cable and wifi. All bed linens and towels are provided as well as all cooking and eating utensils, coffee, tea, sugar, cream and salt and pepper. There are two+ parking spaces.
You will have access to the complete house and yard and patio. Consider it your home away from home.
This home couldn't be better situated for exploring Salem. Located steps from the House of Seven Gables and the wharf area this quiet, charming, residential area is comprised of antique houses built in the 1700 and 1800's. You can literally walk to all of Salem's major sites or jump on the site seeing trolley 1/2 block away. There are also numerous restaurants within walking distance. The home is also within walking distance of the Boston Ferry that runs from May through October. Salem is not just about Halloween, there many things to do and see, all year long. Here is a partial list of upcoming events in 2018. You can also visit the web sites for the Chamber of Commerce's Main Streets and Destination Salem Events as well as the City of Salem's website for more information. February -Salem So Sweet Chocolate and Ice Sculpture Festival March - The Salem International Film Fest (all doc film festival) April - Restaurant Week May - Massachusetts Poetry Festival June- Salem Arts Festival, North Shore Pride Parade July - Fourth Of July Horribles Parade, Fireworks August- Maritime Festival, Salem Heritage Days, Salem Free Jazz & Soul Festival, Antique and Classic Boat Festival October- Halloween Haunted Happenings November- Fall Restaurant Week December- Historic Salem Christmas House Tour, Holiday Happenings- Tree Lighting, Santa Visit, Holiday Walk, and New Year's Eve Events
From Salem, you can explore areas from just south of Boston to southern Maine.