Branford House Rental Photos and Description
House, 5 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 9)
Beautiful 4,000 square foot waterfront Victorian home. This lovely five bedroom, three and a half bath home is the perfect house for family vacations and entertaining.
The first floor has a gourmet kitchen with Bahia granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Sub-zero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, microwave and six burner gas Thermador stove. There is a half bathroom located on this floor. There is a large dining room able to accommodate ten to twelve people. The dining room also features a large gas fireplace. The beautiful main hallway leads to a spacious living room with an additional gas fireplace and spectacular views of the beach and the water. The living room is elegantly appointed with floor to ceiling windows, wood paneling and colums.
A beautiful staircase leads to the second floor which includes a master bedroom with a king size bed and attached master bathroom. The second floor also includes two guest bedrooms. One which has a full size bed and one with a twin size bed. There is a relaxing deep soaking tub featured in the guest bathroom.
Another staircase leads to the third floor which has a large guest bedroom with a king size bed and wonderful panoramic water views. There is also a second guest bedroom with a full size bed. A full guest bathroom completes the third floor.
All bedrooms feature premium bedding for a comfortable night's sleep, accommodating nine guests. All beds have down comforters and supreme quality mattresses.
Within a short drive or walk are Lenny's Seafood restaurant, Indian Neck Pizza, Bud's Seafood market, The Owenego Inn.
Only minutes to downtown Branford where you can find spas, shopping and many restaurants. Branford Harbor and the Thimble Islands are within paddling distance.
Available beginning May 2012
Keywords: Beach waterfront. close to Yale and New Haven. Family vacation.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
I was fortunate to grow up spending summers in Indian Neck. As a child I would spend my days swimming and playing in the sand at the beach. Building sand castles with my mom is one of my fondest memories. There was always more to do than I could fit in a day.
Walking, kayaking, sun bathing and swimming just to name a few. Waking up in the morning and having breakfast while watching the sun rise over the water. Falling asleep listening to the water hit against the rocks.