Step back in time Image to the quiet slow-pace of 'Ritzville'. Experience what it might be like to live in small-town America away from the hurry-hurry of city life.
This charming 1940's home has been reinvented by owner-artist Terri Cody. The home is warm and cozy, filled with everything you need for a quite getaway and centrally located within walking distance from the towns amenities.
Ritzville downtown, on the National Register of Historic Places since 1990 offers several blocks of early 1900's buildings, an art deco movie theater, Carnegie library and several museums. Also within walking distance you will find local restaurants', a bowling alley, grocery store, a 9 hole golf course with club house, tennis courts, fairgrounds, seasonal water park and numerous walking trails.
'Ritzville Guest House' makes a great base camp for exploring this beautiful area of Washington State with nearby day trips such as Palouse Falls, Potholes Park and Walla Walla.
Or simply stay close to town and wander the rural back roads .
# Fully equipped kitchen
# Dining area with seating for 8
# Living room with TV, DVD and stereo with ipod dock
# Upstairs offers two bedrooms; one queen bed, two twin beds and a twin sleeper sofa, double bed downstairs
# Downstairs has game room with darts, ping pong and foosball tables
# House has central heat and air condition
# Two Patios with seating and Barbeque grill
# Seasonal Vegetable garden
# Off street parking for two cars
# Wi-Fi available
# Freshly ground Starbucks coffee for your stay
Ritzville, once the wheat capital of the USA is still a vibrant agricultural farming community. With its grain elevators dominating the townscape, Ritzville is a step back in time. Image Whether you enjoy the outdoors or town life, Ritzville has much to offer. Explore the museums, take in a movie at the Ritz or Grab a micro brew at the Pastime.
Property is 45 minutes from Moses Lake. One hour from Spokane. And 1.45 - 2 hours to Pullman Moscow.
Downstairs has game room with darts, ping pong and foosball tables
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency () unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.