King William BungalowHistoric 1915 Restoration
2 Bedrooms | 2 Beds | 2 Baths | Sleeps 4
“Most definitely well beyond 5-star accommodations. Very responsive & friendly touch. Amazing decor & heated pool was a very nice touch.“
– Michael, March 2022 –
King William Bungalow
For parking, a small compact car can be accommodated on the driveway inside the gate, and there is ample street parking both at the front and side of the house.
This is a great neighborhood for walking and biking. Enjoy!
Guests have complete private access to the entire bungalow and amenities. Please note that the fireplace in the living room is decorative and non-working.
Other things to note
Located on a convenient corner lot, our King William Bungalow offers a comfortable living room with a flat screen television that leads into the dining room. The equipped kitchen has been restored with vintage pieces and modern conveniences. The principal bedroom has a flat screen television and bathroom with a double vanity and shower. The hallway bathroom has a tub and single vanity. Guests can do a quick load of laundry using the front-load washer and dryer. Open the kitchen’s French doors and enjoy your morning coffee or favorite evening cocktail on the bistro table under the canopy covered porch. A fenced backyard with a gas grill and chiminea provides guests al fresco enjoyment.
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