My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with older kids).
Enjoy a rustic, scenic, artistic retreat within commute of Boston and just a hop into Providence! You will be staying at an old cotton mill built in 1830, which sits on a pond and is abutted by a river and a waterfall, on over an acre. It is a quiet, open space in a small New England town which is home to Jeff Kinney of Diary of a Wimpy Kid fame, and the independent bookstore he built.
This space has a veneer of style, an eclectic modernism, over a foundation of rustic charm. However, it is not perfect, so if updated bathrooms and kitchens are important to you, this wouldn't be the place to stay.
I am also in anticipation of renovations, so I have pulled up rug in the middle room upstairs and am using it for some storage. It does not affect use of the third (and fourth) bedroom upstairs, both of which can be closed off and accessed via separate staircases; the second floor bath is fully functional and can be used or not as you prefer.
There are indoor stairs leading up to the main level, both front and back stairs leading up to the second level, and outdoor stairs leading from the back deck to the garden.
There is a firepit in a clearing near the pond.
A gas grill and double lounge chair are set up on the deck. You may also use the canoe.
Please no perfumes or fragrances while in the house
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As an avid Airbnb traveler I have met many wonderful people around the world, and am ready to share my unique home with others in the same way. I am a former international trade attorney, working on a screenplay, and building my next design business.