Our cozy, comfortable and newly renovated Carriage House (sister to the brand-new Chariot Suite VRBO Listing #433826 which is located downstairs) is a wonderful mix of the old with the new. Not just a place to rest your head but a wonderfully preserved piece of history. Built in 1759 the Carriage House is a special gem, rich with history.
The Carriage House was built in 1759 after purchasing the property from Judge Lynde in 1753. In 1753 the estate deed stated the Carriage House land was to be part of the Arbor Lot where the first fort in Salem was built 100 years prior, in 1653; the land where the Carriage House now stands has been traced back to before 1653.
The old charm of this historic Carriage House was painstakingly preserved: the old wood burning stove, original hardwood beams and floors, windows, doors and trim.
Our 42” flat screen TV and Simmons Beauty Rest with individual wrapped coils is sure to put you into a dreamlike sleep! The Carriage House is already hooked-up with WiFi-just bring your laptop!
The kitchen with granite countertops, custom-made cabinetry and stainless dishwasher is fully applianced and ready for you to cook up a storm.
The Carriage House offers a quiet, private deck, and large outdoor space.
Brand new, full tub in the bathroom for soaking along with granite vanity.
Washer/dryer located in the Carriage House.
1 deeded parking spot comes with the rental. Please bring a small car as parking is tight.
Please note the fireplace is just for show and too old to function properly in the home. Please refrain from lighting the fireplace.
In the event of a written cancellation by a guest more than sixty (60) days prior to the lease commencement date, the Carriage House will refund one-hundred percent (100%) of any monies paid by the guest. Cancellation between fifteen (15) days and sixty (60) days prior to the check-in date will result in a forfeiture of the entire monies unless the property can be re-leased for that entire rental period. In the case of a cancellation between thirty (30) days and sixty (60) days prior to the lease commencement date and the Carriage House is able to re-book the property for the entire period, the carriage House will refund one-hundred percent (100%) less a cancellation fee of $100. Cancellation within thirty (30) days of the commencement date FOR ANY REASON will result in a forfeiture of the entire monies and the security deposit will be returned to the guest. Additionally, there shall be NO REFUNDS FOR EARLY TERMINATION FOR ANY-REASON.
Please do not stop by the property and disturb the guests. Our wish is that our guests enjoy their privacy. Please call the owner for specific questions.
If you have the opportunity to bring a smaller car, please do so as parking is tight.
BOOKING IS ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS. WE CAN NOT HOLD THE CARRIAGE HOUSE. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LET OTHERS KNOW THE PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE UNTIL PAYMENT COMES THROUGH VIA PAYPAL. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
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One of the most unique properties in downtown Salem, MA, the newly renovated Carriage House is a wonderfully historical place. Not only has the historic charm been preserved but the Carriage House is rich with history. Built in 1759 as the Carriage House to the home next door the Carriage House was owned by a well-known and popular cocoa merchant and shipper. Barr bought the estate from Judge Lynde in 1753 where the deed stated the Carriage House to be 'part of the Arbor Lot where the first fort in Salem was built 100 years ago.' The land where the Carriage House now stands has been traced back to before 1653.
The Owner purchased this condo in 2011
Built in 1759 the Carriage House is a special gem, rich with history; so rich with history that we had to restore it to its beautiful luster.
The Carriage House located in downtown historic Salem is a special place as is the City of Salem, MA.
Salem is most widely known for its witchcraft trials of 1692; however this colorful, coastal city has much more to offer: a rich maritime heritage, a culturally diverse population and restaurants, an impressive display of historic architecture, wonderful nightlife, Derby Wharf, Salem Commons and amazing stories that span almost four centuries.
Walk to everything in Salem, the Witch Dungeon Museum (on the same street as the Carriage House), the waterfront, Salem Commons, Charter Street Cemetery (the oldest cemetery in Salem, and the second oldest known cemetery in the country started in 1637), the House of the Seven Gables, The Witch Museum, Derby Wharf, Historic Pickering Wharf, Essex Street, McIntire historical district, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Harbor and the Pirate Museum. Amazing restaurants with different style cuisines are right at your back door. Please do not stop by the property and disturb the guests. Our wish is that our guests enjoy their privacy. Please call the owner for specific questions.