Charming two-bedroom apartment conveniently located in the desirable south end of Jamestown Village, about mid-way between East Ferry and West Ferry. Walk to Mackerel Cove, downtown restaurants and shops, Jamestown Arts Center, several beaches, tennis and golf. Newport is a 10-minute car ride, or for a fun day on the Bay, catch the Jamestown Ferry. This peaceful oasis is surrounded by mature shade trees, stone walls, perennial gardens and fruiting blueberry bushes. Architect-designed and custom built, The Waves apartment is attached to the main house but is utterly private, with its own yard and outside entrance. Convenient off-street parking for one car just steps from the apartment door, plus on-street parking for additional cars.
Elegant styling with every modern convenience. Open floor plan combines living/dining/kitchen area. Cathedral ceilings, skylights and a central cupola create a bright and airy interior. In the living room, French doors open to a west-facing balcony with sunset views and sea breezes. Gourmet kitchen with cherry-top bar and four stools, granite counter tops, quality cookware and elegant barware. Living room has hardwood floors, while bedrooms are carpeted and the bathroom floor is tile. Central air conditioning with two zones, plus ceiling fans in every room and large opening windows and French doors. Laundry area with washer, dryer, iron & ironing board.
Two bedrooms, each with one queen bed. The master bedroom is large (17' x 22') with a comfortable seating area. It features a queen bed, 2 bedside tables with lamps, bureau, desk, closet, comfy couch, three stuffed chairs and a coffee table. Bed linens, towels and beach towels are included. The second bedroom is smaller, featuring a queen bed, two bedside tables with lamps, and walk-in closet. A rollaway bed is available to sleep a fifth guest (child) at no additional charge. One full bath features tub/shower, European vanity with granite top and double sinks.
The pleasant backyard is bordered by perennial beds and high-bush blueberries. There's a small patio with gas BBQ grille and a dining table that seats four for al fresco dining out of doors.
Supplies include: Paper products, soap, wraps, spices and basic staples for the kitchen. Convenience items include hairdryer, iron and ironing board, board games, playing cards, flashlights, barbecue utensils, lobster pot and crackers, a good reading library, and guides to area attractions. If there's something more you need, just ask!