|Minimum Stay||2 - 30 nights|
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This home is part of The Home Collection - Charlotte's Boutique Furnished Residences. Learn more about our company by visiting our site, click ‘Owner Info’ above!
This is a classic 1br/1ba second floor apartment with all of the comforts of home for a short or long stay. We own the 4-plex, located on Hawthorne Lane in the Elizabeth neighborhood. This ~1,000 sq. ft. residence, with a mix of new, mid-century modern and antique furniture, offers an abundance of space and is especially bright.
The living room offers upholstered seating for 4+, and the sofa converts to a comfortable bed.
There's a desk, and wifi is included as is cable and apple tv.
The covered front porch overlooks the front lawn and is a great place to relax after work.
Though many of our guests enjoy walking to dinner at many of the nearby restaurants (Hawthorne's Pizza, Custom Shop, Fig Tree, Cajun Queen) the kitchen is fully-equipped for making meals at home.
The bedroom comes with 400 thread-count sheets, and the bathroom is supplied with thick Egyptian cotton towels.
The Elizabeth neighborhood is a vibrant area with historic bungalows and larger Victorian homes. Independence Park, the city's oldest, is just a block away.
Everything was WONDERFUL. All the details…..beautiful. Felt so comfy and homey. A real gift! You guys have been great.
Jane and I followed the itinerary you suggested. We walked to Elizabeth Ave., picked up the bcycle bikes and rode around downtown. Took light rail to Bland and biked to Freedom park. Saw the floutist and her band warming up for the Jazz in the Park concert. Then biked home on the greenway. Was a lovely day.
Hope to visit again.
Quirky old building in an excellent location- I'm in the charlotte area often, and for the first time, my residence was walkable to stores and dining. Quiet street close to the action. Charlie was a welcoming and accommodating host; not at all intrusive, yet only a text or phone call away.
We loved the snacks and bar too! I will definitely seek out another home collection property for my next stay!
*Clean apartment and very comfortable king size bed. Had all of the amenities of a hotel room with extra added comforts and treats:
- Wine and snacks on the counter & fridge, Apple TV, and Free Wifi.
* In walking distance to several restaurants and bars; we tried Customshop, the Elizabeth Creamery, and Cajun Queen.
* We were a group of three walking all around the neighborhoods. I felt comfortable walking around during the day alone, but I would be more vigilant at night around the apartment.
* Ventured further out by driving to the 7th street Market, Amelie's bakery, and the US National Whitewater Center for a full day of hiking.
*** Perfect for a home base while visiting Charlotte.
Stayed two nights, 3 of us, first time in this area of town, and in this residence. Our stay couldn't have been nicer, and in all important factors, we agreed , deserves the highest ratings. Neighborhood quaint and awesome, very reasonable and accessible to downtown Charlotte, house similarly quaint, fresh/clean, many nice touches to catch the eye, and anything one could ask for was available .i.e. washer-dryer, dishwasher, utensils, cable, music, and our abode was plenty roomy. Parking easy and accessible, my favorite was the small porch, comfortably furnished and overlooking the residential neighborhood. A bonus were the unexpected and available 'nice' touches - - cookies, fruit, spaghetti, wine & liquor, breakfast food- toast, etc. While this house had several other units, we barely saw or heard a soul. Delightful, surpassed expectations, and hope to 'be back.
My husband & I recently stayed in this charming house when we met up with some local friends for a football weekend. We are from FL so the porch with a cool breeze in the evening was our favorite spot in the house. We walked everywhere including downtown (although that was pretty long so opt for the lynx or a $6 cab ride instead) and really enjoyed all the restaurants we found just up the street. The deli on the corner has so-so coffee but great sandwiches. The Friendly Mart (just beyond the Starbucks and Kennedy's on 7th) is a great place to stock up on beer, wine and snacks for the house. The sofa bed is surprisingly comfortable for 2 people (and my husband is 6'2) and we were welcomed and felt pampered from the moment we walked in the door. We are actually planning a trip back later this fall and hope to stay here again. Thanks Jim!
Located in the lovely Elizabeth neighborhood, park your car for your stay and take advantage of the sidewalks to explore the area, with dozens of nearby restaurants, pubs and locally owned shops.