The SpaceOur 1910 FarmHouse Cottage...
The FarmHouse is 1000 sq ft. The cottage and property is all yours with the exception of the small storage space in laundry room . This space will remain locked.
Max Occupancy: 4 Guests. Any additional guests most be pre-approved prior to check in.
Maximum parking 4 cars. Additional parking can be provided.
This is an adult-only property and is not ADA (American Disabilities Act) complaint.
Well-equipped with Dishes, Stemware, Flatware, Baking and cooking tools, Open pantry, Microwave, Dishwasher, Cleaning supplies.
Washer, Dryer, Coat rack, Garbage, Recycling, Cleaning supplies.
Fireplace, HDTV60", HBO, Wi-Fi, DVD/Blu Ray Player, Selection of DVD's.
Queen Tempur- Pedic Cloud adjustable bed with wireless remote, Luxury bedding.
Full bed, Pillow top, Luxury bedding.
Spa tub, Yummy... Soakies and Soap, Fluffy towels, Hair Dyer, Shampoo.
Three outdoor spaces to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Lounge chairs, Sun umbrellas, Adirondack chairs, Propane Fire pit, 2-Bistro tables for morning coffee and a Day bed for an afternoon of napping and relaxing. Guest AccessA key code will be provide to you the morning of check in.
The FarmHouse is 1000 sq ft. The cottage and property is all yours with the exception of the small storage space in laundry room . This space will remain locked. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the property and will respond quickly to any concerns or questions you may have during your stay. The NeighborhoodSnohomish, Washington (pop.: 9,098)
America’s Coolest Small Towns of 2015
Quirky festivals in the Pumpkin Capital of the Pacific Northwest With idyllic rolling farmland, Puget Sound, and the Cascade Mountains as a backdrop, this town is a Pacific Northwest paradise just a short drive from Seattle. Activities here are as big as all outdoors, with hot-air ballooning, sky-diving, and unique local festivals such as “GroundFrog” Day and the Easter Parade, with its Sauerkraut Band. You can bike or walk the Centennial Trail, be one of the first to see the brand-new aquatic center, and enjoy downtown Snohomish’s excellent restaurants and justly famous antique shops. In fall, this is the Pumpkin Capital of the Northwest!
The heart and soul of the City. You’ll find shopping, dining, music and relaxing strolls in and around the historic district. This "Antique Capital of the Northwest" also hosts over 40 tempting specialty shops, 30 restaurants and taverns, and 13 spas and salons...all in a fun and funky setting with lots of Northwest history to explore.
Snohomish County Centennial Trail:
The Snohomish County Centennial Trail is a 30-mile-long rail trail in Snohomish County, Washington, connecting the cities of Snohomish, Lake Stevens, and Arlington to Skagit County along the corridor of Washington State Route 9. The trail, administered by Snohomish County Parks and Recreation on the former right-of-way of the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway, comprises a 10-foot-wide non-motorized trail and a 6-foot-wide equestrian trail. The first segment of the corridor was opened in 1989, the centennial of the statehood of Washington, and the final segment between Arlington and the Skagit County line was opened in 2013. Getting Around5 - Minute drive to Downtown Snohomish - (URL HIDDEN)
Airport (Seattle/Tacoma International) - 1 - 1.5 Hour
Everett Train Station - 10-15 Minute Drive
Boeing (Everett) - 20 Minute Drive
Downtown Everett- 5 Minute Drive
Bellevue - 45 -1 Hour
Camano Island - 45 -1 Hour
Canada 2 – 3 Hours
Kirkland - 45 Minutes
Redmond - 45- 1 Hour
Seattle - 45- 1 Hour
Woodinville - 45 Minutes
Mukilteo Ferry - 30-45 Minute
San Juan Island - 1.45 - 2 Hours
(URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteThis is a working Homestead... Beef Cattle live on the property.
When in season Organic Vegetables and Fruits available.
Bicycling: Centennial Trail (URL HIDDEN)
Bike the River Road into Snohomish and enjoy walking the street...
Great Shopping... Good Eats...