Wellsboro House Rental Photos and Description
This is a home (on Judges row) once owned by the late Judge Cameron.
This is a Victorian home in the heart of Wellsboro with three bedrooms, one and one-half baths, comfortably sleeping six.
The home is situated in town a short walk to the center of town. Beautiful parlor, Family Room with wood burning fireplace. Three bedrooms upstairs, Bedroom 1 has 1 queen bed, Bedroom two has twins beds with plenty of room for an additional queen air mattress, bedroom 3 has a pull-out queen bed.
Downstairs a washer and dryer. Full kitchen with gas cooking plus a dining area with refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave, full size dining room, This house was built in the early 1860s and you will feel like you are home. Window Air-conditioning in the summer if needed.
Easy walk to downtown
Close to rails to trails in the Pine Creek Gorge
Short drive to wine country tours in NY State
Fishing: 4-lakes close-by including Pine Creek
Airport for plane tours in Wellsboro Airport
2 ski areas with 40 minutes
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
- limited accessibility
Dave and Dori King love to Kayak, Bike, Ski, Hike and attend all kinds of arts and music events in the Wellsboro area. The above picture shows the two of them kayaking down the Pine Creek (kayaks and bikes are available in the barn on the property.
Owner/Manager purchased this house in 2004
Why Owner/Manager chose Wellsboro
We purchased this property because of the feeling we get when we arrive in 'small town' Wellsboro - distant from the hubub of suburban and city life. We breath a large sigh of relief when we drive into the beautiful town which was laid out by the founding fathers with a wonderful gas lit boulevard. It is always decorated by local civic leaders to match the season - Christmas trees and wreaths at Christmas, Corn stalks and pumpkins in the fall, flags etc for national holidays, etc. It is a pleasure to see and a greater pleasure to live here, even for a short spell!
What makes this house unique
This particular home grabbed us because of the potential which it presented to us. We have made many improvements such as removing the old carpeting to reveal gorgeous bi-colored wood floors in the dining room and oak in the parlor; created wainscoting and trim to match the Victorian era, improved the kitchen, installed a woodstove in the family room, upgraded the bath rooms, completely renovated the barn, in which we found letters by the Judge who owned the property around 1900. etc. etc.