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The Red Star Room in North Tacoma

Einkunn 4,98 af 5 í 94 umsögnum.OfurgestgjafiNorth End, Tacoma, Washington
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gestgjafi: Tony & Tracy
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Private room in historic room with hosts that hope to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Comfy queen sized bed with deluxe bedding. Light breakfast with coffee/tea offered daily. Wi-Fi and in-room refrigerator along with desk, reading chair and 32" HD Smart TV with cable. Located in the very walkable, bike friendly, quiet North Slope Historic District close to Wright Park, Frisko Freeze (yum!), Stadium H.S. and MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. Great for solo adventurers.

Eignin
This comfortable private room on the second floor has an Emerald Sleep Systems Diamond Pear bed with deluxe linens topped with hotel quality all seasons comforter, pillows and extra blanket. One of two rooms available in the home, it includes a vintage desk, 32" HD Smart TV with Click cable and a comfortable reading chair. A dresser and closet provide ample room for your stuff. WiFi internet is provided. The main bathroom is just outside the room sporting a dual rain/spray showerhead in the clawfoot bath tub. Downstairs is a second 1/2 bathroom, fully equipped kitchen where you can cook, dining area with Keurig coffee maker and very inviting living room with gas fireplace.

Originally the home of George H. Plummer, chief draughtsman land dept., Northern Pacific Railroad The structure was built at a cost of $3,000 and the first floor had a "parlor, library, dining room and kitchen. On the second floor are four bedrooms and bathroom. The parlor has a large pressed brick mantel..." George Plummer was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1868. He came to Tacoma as a 2 1-year-old, to form a partnership with his brother Fed, who was a civil engineer and surveyor (Fred Plummer would later become the chief geographer in the forest service of the U.S.). George was appointed a land examiner by the NPRR, was their chief draughtsman, and was appointed road land agent for the states of Washington, Idaho and Oregon. Plummer was very involved in the State Historical society. Plummer was a serious collector of
historical autographs and his large collection included an addressed envelope from Queen Victoria and from Prince of Wales Albert, from all the Civil War generals but two, Abraham Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony,
Robert Browning, and many more. Original architect, builder and contractor unknown. c. 1900

Aðgengi gesta
The common spaces including the bathrooms, kitchen, dining and living room areas are shared. We ask guests to use the refrigerator in their room for their own food and drinks. Relax in the private back yard when weather allows - smoking is okay in this outside area away from open windows and doors.

Annað til að hafa í huga
Please note there are stairs leading to the home and the room is located on the 2nd floor. There is a corner store on N. 6th and K only two blocks away open from 8AM-11PM (est.) that has most everything you might need. Plenty of neighborhood bars and restaurants within walking distance.
Private room in historic room with hosts that hope to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Comfy queen sized bed w…
Private room in historic room with hosts that hope to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Comfy queen sized bed with deluxe bedding. Light breakfast with coffee/tea offered daily. Wi-Fi and in-room refrigerator along with desk, reading chair and 32" HD Smart TV with cable. Located in the very walkable, bike friendly, quiet North Slope Historic District close to Wright Park, Frisko Freeze (yum!), Stadium H.S. and MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital. Great for solo adventurers.

Eignin
This comfortable private room on the second floor has an Emerald Sleep Systems Diamond Pear bed with deluxe linens topped with hotel quality all seasons comforter, pillows and extra blanket. One of two rooms available in the home, it includes a vintage desk, 32" HD Smart TV with Click cable and a comfortable reading chair. A dresser and closet provide ample room for your stuff. WiFi internet is provided. The main bathroom is just outside the room sporting a dual rain/spray showerhead in the clawfoot bath tub. Downstairs is a second 1/2 bathroom, fully equipped kitchen where you can cook, dining area with Keurig coffee maker and very inviting living room with gas fireplace.

Originally the home of George H. Plummer, chief draughtsman land dept., Northern Pacific Railroad The structure was built at a cost of $3,000 and the first floor had a "parlor, library, dining room and kitchen. On the second floor are four bedrooms and bathroom. The parlor has a large pressed brick mantel..." George Plummer was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1868. He came to Tacoma as a 2 1-year-old, to form a partnership with his brother Fed, who was a civil engineer and surveyor (Fred Plummer would later become the chief geographer in the forest service of the U.S.). George was appointed a land examiner by the NPRR, was their chief draughtsman, and was appointed road land agent for the states of Washington, Idaho and Oregon. Plummer was very involved in the State Historical society. Plummer was a serious collector of
historical autographs and his large collection included an addressed envelope from Queen Victoria and from Prince of Wales Albert, from all the Civil War generals but two, Abraham Lincoln, Susan B. Anthony,
Robert Browning, and many more. Original architect, builder and contractor unknown. c. 1900

Aðgengi gesta
The common spaces including the bathrooms, kitchen, dining and living room areas are shared. We ask guests to use the refrigerator in their room for their own food and drinks. Relax in the private back yard when weather allows - smoking is okay in this outside area away from open windows and doors.

Annað til að hafa í huga
Please note there are stairs leading to the home and the room is located on the 2nd floor. There is a corner store on N. 6th and K only two blocks away open from 8AM-11PM (est.) that has most everything you might need. Plenty of neighborhood bars and restaurants within walking distance.
Private room in historic room with hosts that hope to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Comfy queen sized bed with deluxe bedding. Light breakfast with coffee/tea offered daily. Wi-Fi and in-room refri…

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North End, Tacoma, Washington

Tacoma's North Slope Historic District is a trapezoidal-shaped district bounded by North I Street to the north, Division Avenue to the east, and N Steele Street to the west. North Grant Avenue caps off the south end of the district. The North Slope has 1,285 resources and is one of the state's largest historic districts.

The District was settled primarily as a residential neighborhood and contains a wide variety of architectural styles including Stick Style, Queen Anne, Craftsman, American Foursquare,Tudor Revival, and Mission Revival. Within it you will find many churches, apartments, and a few business areas.

The neighborhood developed over time and it is common to find structures built structures built 20, 30 or even 50 years later. Nearly 80 percent of the homes were built prior to 1930.

Tacoma's North Slope Historic District is a cohesive neighborhood that represents the social and economic history of Tacoma. The district represents a cross culture of individuals - both famous and ordinary - whose skills and talents played a role in the development and growth of the city. The early residents included professionals, trades people, business proprietors, railroad employees, and celebrities - all living in a close-knit neighborhood.
Tacoma's North Slope Historic District is a trapezoidal-shaped district bounded by North I Street to the north, Division Avenue to the east, and N Steele Street to the west. North Grant Avenue caps off the sout…

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Please let us know what would make your stay extra special. We are here to help as much or as little as you would like. Enjoy a cup of coffee with us in the morning or a beer on Friday night...or not. Totally up to you. We want you to feel at home, or simply enjoy having a safe, quiet, clean private room to get a good nights sleep after a long day exploring Tacoma and the surrounding area.
Please let us know what would make your stay extra special. We are here to help as much or as little as you would like. Enjoy a cup of coffee with us in the morning or a beer on Fr…
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