Large ADA Accessable Guest Room w/ Walk In Steam Shower

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom

Description

Historic Sion Bass House built in 1854

Smart locks with codes for self check in. Come and go as you need to, when you need to

Lincoln Guest Suite
- ADA compliant
- Large Downstairs Private Guest Room
- Queen Bed
- Walk/Roll in Steam Shower
- 42 in TV, Roku, Free Netflix
- Free WiFi
- Decorative Only Fireplace
- Mini Fridge
- Free Breakfast items
- Keurig
- Large Common Gathering Room
- Free Parking
- Large Deck Overlooking Downtown
- Heart of Downtown, Walk to Everything
- Starbucks next door
- 1 Block to Ballpark
- 1 Block to Library/Genealogy
- 2 Blocks to Convention Center
- 3 Blocks to Embassy

Space
The home was built by Union Colonel Sion Bass, who commanded the Indiana 30th in the Civil War. The home is decked out with a Civil War theme, with pictures of Sion and his men. This is in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne, with Starbucks a Frisbee throw away, restaurants, and activity in all directions

Guest access
Enjoy the common sitting/main gathering room on the main floor. We provide snacks, and a stocked refrigerator. Free parking is provided on site right behind the building. Garbage cans are located behind 517 West Washington next door for you to put your trash in as needed

Guest interaction
Our family lives just blocks away, and loves all downtown has to offer. We stop in once a day to check the snacks and beverages. I am always available via the AirBnB App, and can be on property in minutes

Neighborhood overview
West Central downtown is a magical space where people with souls reside. Sure, you can grab a tan cookie-cutter spot out in the burbs and care about the lawn, but why would you? This is where history, art, and friends meet. The West Central Neighborhood encompasses all of downtown west of Calhoun Street, the heart of West Central is its urban residential area, the development of which began as early as the 1830s. Because of the historic and architectural significance of this area, the West Central Neighborhood was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 and was designated as a Local Historic District as early as 1985
The West Central Neighborhood was named the “Best Old House Neighborhood” in Indiana in 2010 by “This Old House Magazine. ” The north side of the Neighborhood, along Berry and Wayne streets and Washington Boulevard, was where many of the City’s most prominent families built large, stylish homes. On the south side, situated between West Jefferson Boulevard and the former Pennsylvania Railroad tracks, exists a collection of modest, small-scale cottages arranged along narrow, tree-lined, brick streets. Many workers for the businesses and various industries stretching along the south side of the tracks resided in this area. The area opens into downtown, with restaurants, shops, and countless ways to get lost in the city. The Historic Sion Bass House straddles the edge of the neighborhood and downtown. You can be out the door and on an adventure in minutes

Getting around
Parking is steps away just in back of the building. We are on every major bus route in the city, and simply strolling distance to all downtown has to offer

Other things to note
In the summer, there is a large festival every single weekend. Our library is magnificent, and boasts the best genealogy department East of the Mississippi River (second in the nation, behind only Salt Lake City). The Barr Street Farmers Market every Saturday morning in the summer is a must see. You can be in the middle of everything in minutes

Amenities

  • Internet
  • A/C
  • Accessible

Map

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