South Haven House Rental Photos and Description
4 Bedroom, 4 Bath 12 Sleeps Incredible Interior Design And Decorating!!!
The Brockway Beach House is a unique home that was originally constructed in the late 1920's as the communal entertaining, dance hall and dining commissary for a community of surrounding sleeping cottages. This amazing two level home was completely and painstakingly restored in 2009 with meticulous attention to details and care. All new plumbing, electric, mechanical, etc. systems were installed including central air conditioning. There are three bedrooms and three full baths on the main level. The upper level has a family room and bunk bed alcoves that accommodates another six guests in beds. There is also a fourth full bath on the upper level. Original hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, large front patio. This home is great for both outdoor and indoor entertaining and is only a short walk to South Haven's Oak Street Beach.
The home is available for weekends in the off season and weekly only from Saturday after 3:00 P.M. through Saturday before 10:00 A.M. between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Please check our always up-to-date on-line calendar to see if your desired dates are currently available.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
We live in Chicago and love the big city life however we also love the peace of the slower pace of a Midwestern small town. There is an undeniable magic that permeates through South Haven, Michigan. We simply can not say enough about it. Any time of year is a great time to be in South Haven!
We love the history and the architecture of this house. It is one of the few remaining structures of a bygone era of this resort community. There are many new beautiful beach homes in and around South Haven. We feel that very few have the architectural character of the Brock way Beach House!
The location is simply the best. The Brock way Beach House is close enough to walk everywhere you want to go however far enough away from the congestion and commotion that can at times accompany the summer art fairs and beach crowds.