Unique small house available for a weekend or a month. Well equipped for short stays. Located in a quiet residential neighborhood. Newly rennovated. The open kitchen looks out on the living and dining areas. Great for entertaining a small group. The back deck allows you to enjoy the outside with complete privacy.
Keywords: converted storefront in Mid-town Memphis residential neighborhood; sleeps 3-4
Glenn Hays coached track for 36 years at the University of Memphis. He and his wife also ran La Tourelle Restaurant for 30 years before selling it to Kelly English who opened Restaurant Iris. They still own Cafe 1912 which has been a neighborhood restaurant for 11 years. Along with Ryan Trimm, Glenn opened Sweetgrass Restaurant in 2010. Glenn and Martha have lived in the neighborhood for 40 years.
We have been renting the house on a long term basis. However, when it last came available, we decided to do something different. We have done some private meals here and decided it would be perfect for people who wanted a unique place similar to home to stay for a weekend or a month.
Centrally located. Close to restaurants (Cafe 1912, Sweetgrass, Restaurant Iris, Tsunami, Bosco's, Central BBQ); Otherlands Coffee House, Urban Outfitters, Antique District, Universities (University of Memphis, Christian Brothers University, Rhodes College, Memphis College of Art), Music Venues (Minglewood Hall, Hi-Tone, Levitt Shell, Otherlands), Theater on the Square; 5-min drive from Liberty Bowl, Overton Square, Cooper-Young, 10-min. drive from Zoo, museums (Brooks, Pink Palace, Children's Museum), 15-min drive to FedEx Forum, Redbirds AutoZone Park, Mississippi River, Beal Street, Peabody Hotel, Peabody Square, Downtown; small grocery/produce store 2 block