The bed and breakfast operation is one of the few on the island that provides an extremely high level of customer service which has earned it high marks of customer satisfaction.
Fernandina Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
This antebellum mansion was constructed in 1850 and has numerous historical references associated with the Fernandina Beach bed and breakfast. The Underground Railroad stopped along the route and there are numerous stories to tell because of these events.
This seaport village bed and breakfast is one of the most elaborate and well appointed bed and breakfasts on Amelia Island. The property located at 103 S 9th Street in the Fernandina Beach Historic District is also one of the highest priced real estate properties available for sale on Amelia Island.
The home is quaint, has multiple stories, is great for entertaining and thus many visitors reserve the home for this purpose. The home is an excellent location for people wanting to host an event in an antebellum home featuring old southern architecture.
The oak trees on the grounds are more than 500 years old and the grounds are well manicured with meandering brick paths. Many weddings, anniversary parties and other gatherings are held at this location because of its convenience. During the gatherings, it is not uncommon to view a horse and carriage waiting for the guest of honor, typically a new bride. Guests appreciate the bed and breakfast because it is within a short walking distance to galleries, restaurants, museums, boutiques and churches.
This meticulously maintained Fernandina Beach commercial property is located on almost one-half of an acre. The building itself is 7,350 heated and cooled square feet in total. The bed and breakfast operation is one of the few on the island that provides an extremely high level of customer service which has earned it high marks of customer satisfaction.
Properties of the caliber of the Williams House Bed and Breakfast rarely come to market. Potential buyers should speak to a local Realtor at Chaplin Williams to determine whether the property will fit the buyers needs.
About Chaplin Williams
Visit Chaplin Williams Realty online at http://chaplinwilliams.com/ or by phone at 904-261-9311. All your real estate questions can be answered by a trained staff of over 30 agents located in two Amelia Island offices.