St Albans Mobile Home Rental Photos and Description
Compact, secluded camp - 3 bdrms, 1 full bath - with lake access
Hathaway Point camp with lake access. 3 bedrooms (1 with king bed, 1 with double bed, 1 with twin bed), bath with shower/tub combo. Living room, dining room (can seat up to 7 easily), screened porch, 2 desks, kitchen with brand-new coffee maker, microwave, electric tea kettle and fridge. Loads of dishes, pots & pans, cutlery and utensils. Brand-new vacuum. All linens, towels, kitchen towels provided (laundromat 1.5 miles away). Two decks, generous parking, very private and quiet. Shed.
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Abigial Ash
I am an American living abroad, and cannot get 'home' as often as I would like, due to limited vacation, thus the rental.
Abigial Ash purchased this mobile home in 2003
Why Abigial Ash chose St Albans
St. Albans is quintessential small-town USA. You will find everything you need in town (5-8 miles to all the shops and restaurants). The neighbors are mostly long-term locals who are as friendly as can be - but also respectful of privacy. You can have as much or as little of a 'social life' as you'd like. There is water-front access via a steep staircase (no high-water danger!), and the beach has a short dock (seasonal).
What makes this mobile home unique
102 East Shore Drive is a warm-season camp that has been a permanent vacation home for over 30 years. The original owner (a Candian couple who sold due to old age) added on to the original trailer - it is now a 'double-wide', which includes a master bedroom, screened porch and dining room. The kitchen is done in wonderful pine cupboards, big enough for anything you could dream of storing. The camp has heat, which is perfect for chilly days in late spring and early fall. The property is surrounded by mature trees and lovely plantings, and sits on 1.35 acres (a large field is behind the camp, which separates it privately from the main road). The neighbors all know each other and it has a real small-town-USA feel to it that is hard to find these days.