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2,500 sq ft and a huge driveway make the Thomas M. Abell House perfect for both families and business delegations. Situated within walking distance to downtown Courthouse Square, the Robins Theater, and the Amphitheater.
Grocery stores, the Eastwood Mall, Mosquito Lake State Park, local bike trails, etc are all nearby too.
A ramp and a full downstairs bathroom with shower make the house wheelchair friendly.
The house has WiFi and all bedrooms contain SmartTVs.
While we list the house as sleeping 8, there are two full sofas and a settee (plus bedding), which expand the capacity to 11.
The driveway can easily accommodate over 8 cars for family get-togethers and/or larger vehicles for our business guests.
The Thomas M. Abell House contains vintage and antique furnishings, fixtures, and woodwork.
We want our guests to enjoy elements of a bygone era while living with modern conveniences. Please don't be afraid to touch … but we do request your respect.
The house is heated with hot water radiators. On the coldest of mornings they have been known to make a few tapping sounds as they heat up.
Plaster walls and ceilings mean that some cracks are visible, but we embrace these as evidence of its age.
Downstairs (wood floors):
[Ramp from driveway]
West parlor (Internet TV, sound system, over-stuffed sofa, 3 chairs)
East parlor (one 3-person sofa, one 2-person settee, secretary desk and chair)
Study (executive desk, WiFi printer)
Kitchen (gas range/oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine, French press, kettle, mixer, blender)
Bathroom - wheelchair-accessible toilet and shower
Full porch at front with swing and seating
Bedroom 1: King
Bedroom 2: Queen (closet contains toys, baby pack-n-play/crib, baby gate, and socket safety covers)
Bedroom 3: Queen
Bedroom 4: Double
The Thomas M. Abell House is situated on part of 3 acres that we've pieced together in downtown Warren, in an area referred to as the Historic Perkins Neighborhood.
When the original basement was built in 1858, it was part of "Perkins First Addition to the City of Warren" - a time when Warren was first expanding.
In the 1880s, under the ownership of Thomas M. Abell, the house was more than doubled to make it what it is today.
We consider our neighborhood very walkable.
You can see the downtown library from the porch, a leisurely 5-10 minute stroll can see you at 'The Amp', the Robins Theatre, downtown eateries, cafes, boutique shoppes, or any of the local churches.
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