We just purchased this 1909 home and are remodeling it but there are over 2 acres and lots of trees. It's in the city but feels like it's in the country!
Children and well behaved pets are ALWAYS welcome here with Nana & Pop but you adults must make a reservation! LOL...Oh and If you're handy with home repairs and want to stay longer - let's talk!
Please only smoke in your trailer and don't throw the butts outside. If you're going to use your generator all night please park a little farther away from the house.
I'm putting together a binder of local things to do and places to eat so be sure to remind me to show you if you're interested.
There are city roads in front of and beside the property. I recommend pulling into the gravel driveway via the Baxter St side - at least until we fix the dip in the driveway near the front side. I recommend swinging wide into the driveway - at least with our 38' 5th wheel and 36' trailer we have to do that.
You can turn around in the grass unless it's wet then you'll want to stay on the gravel driveway or you'll get stuck!
You're welcome to park in front of your rig or in the driveway to the garage.
We just bought this 1909 property so we're doing lots of fixing up and remodeling - just ask to see and we'll do our best! We are planning on putting up a G Scale train track for any of you who run live steam engines!
Madisonville has it's own baseball team! If you're as big a fin as I am I'd love to catch a game with you. There are farmer's markets and cute shops - typical small town Americana - but be sure to take your photo in The Big Chair downtown! We're about an hour and a half north of Nashville, TN and an hour south of Evansville, IN. and not to far from the big lakes.
The yard was beautiful, quiet and well kept. The town is cute with lots of history. We really enjoyed our stay here! The hosts were very responsive and helpful! If you have a bigger rig, (40ft and up) just park at the end of the driveway. :)
Great place to rest. Love the yard and trees. Wonderful place to enjoy the sunset with lots of shade. I hope to be able to stay with them again.