About this listing
The Parrot's Perch is an adorable one bedroom apartment on Historic 7th Street in Downtown Sarasota, Walk to Main Street, Farmer's Market. Completely remodeled apartment located in a large historic house with deck under giant oak tree.
The parrot's perch is a great little apartment that has been completely remodeled with a new kitchen featuring a breakfast bar with quartz countertops, farmer's sink and beadboard trim. A 32" tv with DVD player, queen size beautyrest bed, all new furniture and new bathroom make your stay very comfortable.
Guests will have access to a private deck, and the "outhouse" Laundromat, a funny little shack which we have salvaged and put coin operated machines into.
Interaction with guests
Guests have instant access to the apartment via an electronic door lock set to the last four digits of their telephone number-no need to stress about arrival times. We live next door, and are available via cell phone. We will generally stop by to say hi, and introduce ourselves, but try to give our guests full privacy, unless we can help in any way. A large basket with maps and brochures is available in the apartment to help explore the area.
We love being able to walk into downtown Sarasota and walk along the bayfront to watch the sunset. The town is especially fun on Saturday mornings during the farmer's market.
You can walk to lots of restaurants, shops and grocery stores. There is a convenient bus system to get out to the beach as well. Plenty of parking is available on the street at no charge.
Sorry, no parties, no pets and no smoking allowed in the Parrot's Perch. Because this apartment has a common wall with another apartment, please try to be respectful of your neighbors.
I am a graduate of the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration. I am passionate about revitalizing Downtown Sarasota and the historic Gillespie Park Neighborhood where I have lived and worked for 15 years. I am also working to get the Legacy Multi Use Recreational Trail extended into Downtown Sarasota. My husband and I live with our spoiled rotten Vizlsa named Lucy. We love to walk Lucy and ride our bikes (including our antique Santana Tandem bike named Lulu) into downtown, out to the beach, at various bike and tandem rallies.