Located in Elizabeth
This charming home in a well established neighborhood exudes warmth and comfort. Should you feel the need to venture out, you cannot be more centrally located in the Elizabeth area. Independence Park, Bang Bang Burgers, Starbucks, and The Fig Tree are moments away. If you are in town for an event Uptown, you are just five minutes away. The closest grocery stores are Harris Teeter, Earl's Grocery and Express Grocery Inc. The area is very bikeable and flat as a pancake.
Free parking on premises
Carbon monoxide detector
Suitable for children (2-12 years)
Suitable for infants (under 2 years)
Extra people: No charge
Cleaning Fee: $100
Security Deposit: $100
• No smoking
• No pets
• No parties or events
• Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Just walk up to the front door and use the keypad for entry.
Premium mattresses, pillows, & sheets.
A spotless property with all the amenities of home.
Complimentary local artisanal coffee & snacks.
24/7 guest concierge & exclusive guest perks.
Authentically local tips, offers & recommendations.
High-speed Wi-fi, Hulu, Netflix, DirectTV & more!
Dedicated parking is provided. While there are some public transportation and dining options close by, we do recommend bringing a vehicle or using services like Uber.
A 1 day notice prior to check-in is required to be eligible for a refund.
1 night minimum stay
We are baby and toddler friendly and can provide a pack-n-play if you would like to bring your little ones. No partying or excessive noise is allowed. This is a quiet and enjoyable neighborhood and we want to keep it that way.
To kick-start your morning or find a midday pick-me-up, order a homemade poptart or muffin and a freshly roasted cup of coffee at Sunflour Baking Company. From April to August, you can catch a Charlotte Hounds lacrosse game at nearby Memorial Stadium. But if they’re not around, spend the day biking the nearby Little Sugar Creek Greenway. After burning off your breakfast, visit Elizabeth Avenue, an idyllic strip featuring booze-and-bikes establishment The Spoke Easy, homemade ice cream parlor Elizabeth Creamery and urban grocer Earl’s Grocery.