Coachman's Quarters is the original apartment for the coachman who managed the horses in this unique turn of the century carriage house. Situated less than ½ mile from Preston Beach, 2 miles from old town Marblehead, and 15 miles from Logan Airport and Boston—convenient for both vacation and business travelers.
Experience this light and airy 2nd floor apartment featuring 2 bedrooms, 1½ bathrooms, large eat-in kitchen and a unique living room situated in the left turret. Enjoy old world charm complemented with every modern convenience—ranging from the fully equipped kitchen to the state-of-the-art entertainment system and wireless internet access.
Enjoy the comfort and charm of a bygone era porch swing or play a game of Bocce Ball in the garden. Take a walking tour of quaint old town Marblehead or stroll along the nature trail just steps from Coachman's Quarters. Soak in the history of the region or soak in the rays in one of the nicest beach communities north of Boston.
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Your hosts are a family of four and two pups. We moved 'back east' from a tiny ski village in the Sierra Nevada mountains. After living at 7,100 feet for three years, we thought we'd enjoy being at sea level in a seaside town. What a good decision! We live in the most amazing 'castle,' that was built around 1900 as a carriage house serving the nearby Clifton Train Depot. Although the horses, carriages, and train are long gone, you will be charmed by the beauty and adventure of this old turreted building. Just as we do. We are delighted to welcome people to Marblehead and enjoy our beautiful gardens, yard and seaside community.
By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea! Loads of conservation land. Beaches. Great green parks. History. Arts and culture. Family community. Good schools.
Situated less than ½ mile from Preston Beach, 1 ½ miles from Devereux Beach, 2 miles from historic old town Marblehead, and 15 miles from Logan Airport and Boston—convenient for both vacation and business travelers. Marblehead has historic homes, art galleries, old winding roads, a lighthouse and so much more. Nearby Salem is ripe with witches, pirates, House of the Seven Gables, and the incredible Peabody Essex Museum.