Come experience Historic Salem, in our 3 story Historic Colonial Home built in 1808. Recent updates include remodeling of all bath rooms, new Furniture and upgraded pillowtop Beds, Completely remodeled Kitchen with granite countertops and Stainless Steel Appliances. We still kept much of the old charm of this historic home including original hardwood floors, Windows, doors,Trim and Horsehair Plaster Walls.
The house has a large dining room with 8 place seating, full kitchen, a living rooms(2 full size couches and a flat screen TV )and a Family room (sectional sofa with flat screen TV)6 bedrooms(6 Queens) 1 bedroom on the first floor, 3 bedrooms on the 2nd floor and 2 on the 3rd floor. 2 full Baths both are in-suite on the 2nd floor and one 1 and 1/2 baths on the main floor. New Gas Furnace and a wonderful handcrafted New England Soapstone wood burning stove.
!!Off-Street Parking for 1 auto, Street parking for additional cars.
!Free Wireless Internet
Walk to everything in Salem, the House of the Seven Gables, Hawthorne Hotel,Salem Commons, Peabody Museum, Salem Harbor, Pirate Museum and The Witch Museum are all within a 5 minute walk. There are wonderful restaurants all within walking distance of the house(Google says there are 60+ within a mile)
Warning: Home is Historic, which includes difficult stairs which may not be suitable for infants/young children or the elderly, Drafty windows,limited electrical outlets, tight fitting doors, loose doorknobs etc. THIS HOUSE IS 200 YEARS OLD, IT IS NOT A HOTEL.
WE CAN NOT OFFER YOU EVERY AMENITY THAT YOU MAY HAVE AT HOME PLEASE BE UNDERSTANDING.
NO PETS, NO SMOKING ANYWHERE ON SITE.
25% Non-refundable deposit required
Credit card Damage Deposit
Keywords: Salem common, derby wharf,
My Wife and live in a Ski resort town in Utah, we have 3 young children. We purchased this property because we love to visit New England. Go Red Sox
A single room at the Salem Waterfront Hotel will cost you $278 per night plus tax. Here you get the whole house for that.