Our home and basement apartment was built in 1881. Lots of families have called it home over the past 136 years! We live in the middle of Macon's historic district. From here you can walk to downtown for great food, theater and music. The historic Hay House, Woodruff House and Mercer are all a short walking distance away. 1/2 block down the street is Coleman Hill park, a favorite with families who enjoy the 50 ft slide and live music. Another nearby park has fountains and streams.
Our guest apartment is under the main house. It has it's own private entrance. Kid friendly items include- cabinet locks, outlet covers & soft corners. Each room has windows to let in light. Our guests have access to 2 decks and a fenced in yard. Off street parking available. We have tried to make the apartment comfortable and homey so you can relax after a busy day of sight seeing or work. * Your space is very private, but you will be able to hear us walking around upstairs. The kitchen is stocked with basic utensils. The full size fridge is yours to fill as you please. For longer visits, a washer and dryer are available as well.
Disponible para huéspedes
The entire 2 bedroom/1 bathroom apartment is available to our guests. With a private entrance, you can come and go with ease.
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We love living in Historic Macon, and will be happy to give directions to local attractions, restaurants and downtown events. We think living in Macon's historic district is the best place we've ever lived and enjoying sharing our home, neighborhood and city with guests.
Otros aspectos destacables
Book early for Mercer football weekends!
Quiet time after 10pm.
Please help us keep our $0 cleaning fee and leave the apartment as you found it including cleaning and putting away your dishes, and stripping the beds. Thanks!
I am a retired nurse. I live with my husband, Ron and our dog Mitch. We like to walk downtown and around our historic district to enjoy good food, theater and music. There is lots of outdoor seating so Mitch often comes along. Our children are grown and scattered around the country so we enjoy traveling to visit them. For hobbies, Ron enjoys playing squash and I play tennis. Having a home built in 1881 required a lot of work. When not traveling, you'll often find us doing odd jobs on the property to keep things well maintained.
We are looking forward to sharing our historic home with visitors to Macon. Our apartment has it's own entrance, kitchen and deck. Look forward to hearing from you! Nancy