Entire Essex apt 1 mi to antiques and restaurants!


Кондоминиум целиком, хозяин: Michelle

  1. 4 гостя
  2. 2 спальни
  3. 3 кровати
  4. 1 ванная
Самостоятельное прибытие
Легкое самостоятельное прибытие с помощью кнопочной панели.
Michelle — суперхозяин.
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Часть информации переведена автоматически.
Walk to downtown Essex where you can enjoy waterfront restaurants, antiques, shops, and fried clams where they were invented.! Short drive to neighboring Gloucester, Rockport and Ipswich, where you can take in beaches and much more. Take a train to Boston to experience the city, then back to the beautiful Northshore countryside. Nearest train is under 5 miles with lots of parking. The private condo is fully furnished and stocked with towels, dishes, pans, laundry essentials and more.

Child friendly! The apartment is lower level at a family occupied house. You may hear them...Two toddlers , early to bed. The house is solid and we do our best to keep them quiet in the early morning! That said, there is a family of 3 living in the home above.

Где вы будете спать

Спальня 1
1 кровать Queen Size
Спальня 2
2 односпальные кровати

Какие удобства вас ждут

Бесплатная парковка на территории
Можно с питомцами
Телевизор + Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix
Стиральная машина в жилье: Бесплатно
Сушильная машина в жилье: Бесплатно
Кондиционер (сплит-система без воздуховода)
С частным доступом дворик (патио) или балкон
С частным доступом задний двор, огорожен не полностью

Дата прибытия

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Где вы будете

Эссекс, Массачусетс, Соединенные Штаты

An excerpt from Visit Essex MA website:

Farmed and fished for centuries by native people known as Agawams, then settled by the English starting in 1634 and purchased by them in 1638, Essex was known as Chebacco Parish of Ipswich until it separated to form the Town of Essex in 1819. Like most early American towns and villages the people lived on what they sowed. Extensive travel was very limited so townsfolk supported themselves and their neighbors with farming, fishing, clamming, lumbering and most importantly shipbuilding. In 1668 land was set aside for shipbuilding on the acre adjacent to the A.D. Story Shipyard (now the Essex Shipbuilding Museum.) Here, the shipbuilding industry began with the building of Chebacco boats used on the Essex River for fishing. By the late 1700‘s, there were hundreds of Chebacco style boats in Essex and nearby seafaring towns.
The first documented antique shops came to Essex, Massachusetts in the 1930’s, dotting the landscape with over thirty buildings dedicated to that trade. Touted as “America’s Antiques Capital”, Essex transformed to serve folks with time for shopping, dining and recreation. These were the modern days. Routes 128 and 133 delivered travelers to our door to view the natural beauty of the Essex River and Great Marsh. The quirky collection of local seafood restaurants and antiques made Essex a new destination all its own. Today, an average of 16,000 vehicles drive down Main Street every day, stopping to visit Essex or traveling to Gloucester, Ipswich or other nearby towns. Recreational boating took the place of the working boats on the meandering Essex River that provides a gateway to Essex Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

In the 1990‘s, two museums opened to preserve and celebrate parts of Essex history. Each has an extraordinary story to tell! The Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum offers guided and self-guided tours that present our legacy of building nearly 4,000 wooden vessels over 350 years - launching more two-masted wooden fishing schooners than any other place in the world. Further down the Essex River, Historic New England‘s Cogswell’s Grant folk art museum houses a renowned collection of American folk art assembled by Bertram K. and Nina Fletcher Little in what was their colonial-era farmhouse. Rooms overflow with folk art portraits, painted furniture, redware, hooked rugs, weathervanes and decoys. It is one of the only places where you can visit such a collection in the home for which it was assembled.

Хозяин: Michelle

  1. Вступление в сообщество: декабрь 2014 г.
  • 44 отзыва
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Michelle — суперхозяин

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