Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday home in Annapolis - Charles Street
2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2.5 Baths (Sleeps 4-6)
When you come to Annapolis for a weekend, week or a few months, think about your choices. Stay in one of our fine hotel rooms. You can rent an available owners home and sleep in a room with Timmy's stuffed animals. Or, stay in a home that has recently undergone a total renovation from the inside out, designed with the discriminating visitor in mind.
When this home was renovated in 2008, no expense was spared to upgrade and decorate this house with every amenity. Cherry hardwood cabinets with stainless appliances and accents, granite countertops and glass block tile backsplashes makes this kitchen a gourmet chef's delight. And cozy too with heated tile floors! Open living area features hardwood floors, all new furniture and additional sleeping on a pull-out queen sleep sofa. Half bath and full washer/dryer on the main level. Upstairs are two bedrooms with full baths, one with a king bed and one with a queen. A private yard with patio and grill are the finishing touches on this well-appointed home, designed with your comfort in mind
Parking is easy on this quiet one-way street. Arrangements can be made in advance for your parking passes, or they may be picked up from the City of Annapolis Offices, one block away.
Available for Commissioning Week 2015 for $4550
Available for Commissioning Week 2017 for $5600, and for 2018 for $5800.
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Owner/Manager, Marie Dall'Acqua
I love doing house renovations, and have done several in the Historic Annapolis area! Rather than sell them, I like to renovate then rent them for short term rentals. You get to enjoy the benefits of a gorgeous new home in the heart of one of the most beautiful historic districts you will find!
Owner/Manager, Marie Dall'Acqua purchased this house in 2007
Why Owner/Manager, Marie Dall'Acqua chose Annapolis
I bought the property because it was a disaster! On the existing footprint, I was able to build a full new house on the interior while maintaining the historic character of the exterior.