Our home is a 1929 bungalow steps away from the vibrant and popular Downtown Decatur. Our bathrooms have been recently remodeled with a beautifully restored clawfoot tub and stand-up shower, shiplap, and modern fixtures. We have a beautiful fenced in backyard with an exterior gate that connects with a path to Historic Decatur Cemetery, Glenlake Park, and walking trails.
We are walking distance to the Decatur MARTA Station so getting to other neighborhoods and Downtown Atlanta is a breeze.
Charming 1920s bungalow comfortably sleeps four. Cal king memory foam mattress in master and Restoration Hardware twin over twin bunk bed in second bedroom with infant crib. Toys and pack-and-play available for families. With two renovated bathrooms that retain the architectural charm and modern industrial design, make this space comfortable and functional.
Large sofa with chaise and oversized wing back chairs make for comfy gatherings in the living room. Two eating areas include seating for six in the eat-in kitchen area and seating for 10 at our farm table in the living room/ dining area.
Gas grill available for guest use on the side porch off the living room/ dining area.
Guests can enjoy sound system throughout entire house, fast Wi-Fi, on demand cable, HBO, Netflix, and Prime.
Large covered porch with swinging bed is great for morning coffee or evening cocktails.
Large, gated back yard.
Keys will be accessible through a coded lock box. Your code will be provided prior to check in, please return the key to the lock box upon your return and jumble the numbers. Our home has a security system which will be set upon your arrival and we request you set upon your departure. Instructions and security passcode will be provided prior to check in.
Early check in and late check out may be available upon request.
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We are available for guests questions and concerns, but try to maintain minimal contact so that guests can enjoy their privacy during their stay.
Extremely walkable town and bike friendly! Named number one suburb in Georgia in 2016 by Niche. Featured in New York Times in 2015 as a cross between Mayberry and Berkely (URL HIDDEN)
We are dog owners so please be aware for those who may have allergies.
Guests will not have access to the basement or upstairs attic space.
Sorry, no pets allowed.
Please use common sense courtesy with neighbors by keeping noise and music to a respectful volume when outside.
We recycle and ask that you throw your paper plastic and glass in the blue recycling bin to the left of the front porch.
Please leave sheets on the bed and dirty towels in the laundry room upon your departure.
Please shut and lock all windows and doors prior to your departure.