The SpaceLocated in the middle of N.E. Iowa, surrounded by cornfields and bean fields, the quiet and ambiance is exquisite!
Enough room for a honeymooning couple or for a country wedding, the floor seats up to 200 chairs.
Everyone who visits wants to live here!
You will too!
(URL HIDDEN) (click this link and see how it looks from the air!) Guest AccessThe western exposed sunroom (seen here on profile shot) enjoys a view of acres of hardwood and overgrowth next to the Burr Oak Creek, which is a registered 'put n' take' trout stream, so bring your IA. fishing license! A rough trail accesses the river for hiking or horseback riding.
A handicapped ramp to the front entrance gets Gramma and Grampa into the building to enjoy the peace of this lovely setting and a newly installed chair-lift/stair climber gets them upstairs to bed! Interaction with GuestsPlease fill out your own information; include a picture, your address, some background information, etc.
We want to know who is coming to our door.
We don't discriminate.
We love our space and want you to enjoy it, but for safety sake, we want a face with a name and background information. No face, no info, and just a name will not get you an 'acceptance'. If you are new to this site, consider the factors involved in opening a private space for strangers...that is what sets this apart from a hotel. WE CHOOSE WISELY...make it easy for us to say 'yes'.
We will gladly meet you at the door to walk you through the building and answer any questions you may have.
The entrance door locks from the inside, as does the bedroom for your privacy.
Guests do not receive a key to the building
There are security cameras on this property to help us avoid 'renters from hell'.
There is an occupied residence on the premises overlooking this building.
We are providing this property for guests with the best of intentions to leave it the way they find it. The NeighborhoodFarm fields to the east and north, owner's house to the south---less than a stone's throw away---and woods/river to the west...if serenity, quiet, greenery and wildlife in the a.m. is what you seek, this place is waiting for you!
Clean and newly reconstructed, this space is a pearl in Mitchell County. Getting AroundPrimrose Ave. is a concrete, hard-surfaced country road connecting IA. Hwy 9/218 (from the south) with what is known as 'the back roads to Rochester, MN' (to the north).
We are 7 miles from town; 35 minutes from Mason City and an hour from Rochester, MN. We are out in the (URL HIDDEN) be prepared for the sound of NO TRAFFIC!!! Pretty quiet place. Other Things to NoteTurkey, deer, an occasional fox, coyotes, pheasant, songbirds, squirrels, raccoon, opossums and other wild critters frequently make an appearance in the early hours of the morning, so sunrises are a must with a cup of coffee or tea, seated in the west sunroom!