Walk to Old Salem and its shops and restaurants, Cobblestone Farmers' Market, Washington Park and the lovely, shady Strollway leading to downtown. Adjacent to Old Salem and very close to Downtown, UNCSA, BB&T Ballpark and the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
Stylishly renovated by a UNC School of the Arts professor, this beautiful, private West Salem Craftsman style bungalow includes two bedrooms, one bathroom with spa bath and rainfall shower, and additional half bath leading off the master suite. Attractive 9 foot ceilings, a gorgeous front porch with swing and bistro table and chairs, huge back deck with 2 sun loungers, parasol, table and chairs, Weber charcoal grill, and securely fenced backyard, (rail fencing is wired to restrain even the smallest dog) perfect for those planning to bring their furry best friend along on vacation. With enough rooms to comfortably accommodate four guests, this charming house is a terrific lodging choice for business people, couples, friends, parents visiting students at one of the nearby schools or small families. The home is tastefully decorated with stunning, unusual contemporary light fittings, new windows, custom blinds, and refinished wood floors. Stainless steel appliances and birch cabinets are featured in the well appointed kitchen together with laundry facilities (stacked washer/dryer). WiFi, Smart TV (Netflix and Amazon enabled) in the Living Room and cable TV (70+ channels) in both L/R and Master bedroom are also provided. Look forward to unwinding outside on the home's lovely front porch swing, where you can enjoy the cool evening breeze. In summer lots of flowering Crape Myrtle trees line the attractive street.
This rental is totally private and can be accessed via a lockbox on the front door which will hold two front door keys. The code will be provided in ample time before the guests' stay. Parking is on the right of the property as you face the house. Access to the rear deck and securely fenced backyard is via a door leading from the kitchen or they can be accessed via a gate in the fence. Walk to Granville Park, Washington Park, the YWCA, Old Salem with its shops and restaurants, and the Strollway. Short drive to downtown and grocery stores (Harris Teeter, Whole Foods, Publix, and Trader Joes). See the extensive guidebook at the house.