Georgetown Cottage Rental Photos and Description
One bedroom, one bath cottage 1 1/2 Blocks off the Square.
One bedroom cottage comfortably furnished with a queen, Beauty Rest mattress , down pillows, high thread count hotel sheets, and ample closet space. Additional sheets and blankets are in the antique chest. Off the adjacent hallway you will find a nicely appointed full tile bath/shower. Hair dryer, shampoo, hair conditioner and towels are provided. The living area is a great place to relax with a very comfortable leather couch, flat screen TV with cable and internet. The eat in bar top full kitchen is adjacent with all appliances including washer and dryer, dishes, silverware, spices ready to make a meal or enjoy a restaurant seconds away.
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
We loved the place. Everything that I required was there and your
anticipation of our needs was incredible. I loved the quietness and lovely
outdoor space. I will definitely stay there again when I travel to Austin,
if it isn't rented. (I fear that it won't be available if other travelers
find out what a great deal it is.)
Tom and Debbie: We started our married life here in Georgetown in 2006. Tom has lived and worked in Georgetown for the past 20+ years. We started Green Earth Builders together in 2005 and purchased and remodel the property you will be staying in. Our first home together was an historic house on Main Street. Our second home was another historic home on Elm Street. We lovingly remodel both of these homes. We are now almost finished with our present old home on Wilbarger Point which overlooks Southwestern University and Georgetown. We have a passion for restoration and decorating. Green Earth Builders helps sponsor the annual Heritage Society Holiday Home tour. Our own and several of our client’s homes have been featured over the years.
After looking nationwide, we feel that Georgetown offers the best balance of small town charm and friendliness in comparison to “Big City Livin”
Location! Location! Location!
The main house was built on the square and dragged by mule teams to its present location in the 1880’s. There is no closer vacation rental to the Historic County Square.