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Spacious Historic District Two-Story Charmer
Spacious Historic District Two-Story Charmer
6 guests
3 bedrooms
6 beds
2 baths
6 guests
3 bedrooms
6 beds
2 baths
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The only listing in the historic district of Corporate Shepherdstown, WV. We are fully licensed and support the community by paying occupancy tax. Enjoy our spacious, modern three-bedroom home. Stay steps away from local restaurants and shops. Stroll across the street to visit the Opera House or Shepherd University. Outdoor activities, like rafting, tubing, kayaking, golf, and hiking are all within walking distance. We are only short drive to Charles Town Casinos and Antietam Battlefield.

The space

A two-story modern brick home situated in the backyard of the historic Michael Yeasley House. The guest house abuts the main house along a common patio in the rear.

Newly refinished wood floors throughout the public spaces and master bedroom. Fresh paint throughout. Carpet in the second bedroom. Two full baths with all of the amenities: one with a large soaker tub and the other with a shower. New beds, bedding, and towels. Large laundry room with iron and ironing board. Kitchen is stocked with cooking implements, plates, utensils, and spices.

The 1789 main house is being restored by Mr. William Stanton. You might see him in the shared side yard while he's working on a restoration project. He's a West Virginia native and a great resource for local ghost lore.

Guest access

Access to the entire guest house, parking, front yard with an al fresco dining area and Weber grill, and a fenced shared side yard and back patio with lounging chairs.

Interaction with guests

We may not be there when you visit, but there's a caretaker named Mr. Stanton working to restore the main house during the week who can help you with anything that you may require during your stay. Mr. Stanton is a West Virginia native, an avid outdoors-man, father, and grandfather. He also has watched every episode of Ghost of Shepherdstown and is an now an expert on local ghost stories. His black Cherokee can sometimes be spotted parked behind the garage.

Other things to note

This historic main house was built in 1789 and is located on German Street. The original owner, Michael Yeasley, was born in Germany and served in the American Revolution as a member of a German battalion from Pennsylvania. He moved to Shepherdstown in 1785 and built the large stone house on German Street where the toy store is now. In 1798 he procured four bells from Germany for the Christ Reformed Church and had them transported here by ox cart. The bells are still there.
If you're a history buff, here's some more information: (URL HIDDEN)

The main house also includes an infill property built by poet and congressman Henry Bedinger in the 1820s. Here's his Wiki page: (URL HIDDEN)

And a page dedicated with the Bedinger family history with this poem written by Henry: (URL HIDDEN)

The guest house abuts the main house along a common patio in the rear.

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Cleaning Fee €35
Security Deposit €435
Weekly Discount: 29%
Weekend Price €217 / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
2 double beds
Bedroom 3
1 single bed
Common spaces
1 single bed, 1 couch, 1 air mattress, 1 toddler bed
House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)
Self check-in with smart lock

This house has been recently painted and updated. Please treat our house as if it was your own.

No smoking or pets, please. No large parties or events.

We love kids! But parents, please, help us keep the house looking fresh by keeping your children from jumping on the furniture, throwing food on the carpets, or kicking or throwing toys on the walls.

By following the rules, you will help make another family's vacation more special.

Thank you!

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
2 nights minimum stay

48 Reviews

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Katie User Profile
November 2017
What a treat to stay in such a lovely, comfortable house.

Katie User Profile
October 2017
The location of this home is wonderful. Walking distance to all the main street shopping & dining experiences. Off street parking was a plus as was the easy check in to the home.

Lauren User Profile
October 2017
Amy's house was very inviting and clean. The beds were super comfy and it was in such a convenient area to historic shepherdstown. You could walk to everything!

Veronica User Profile
October 2017
This house was the PERFECT spot for me. Quiet but close to everything in town. I grew up in Shepherdstown and to have a place to stay in town was awesome. I highly recommend Amy and this house.

Jennie User Profile
October 2017
We had a wonderful stay in Amy's house. It is even nicer and more spacious than it appears in the photos, and is set up very well for a group. There were six of us, including a 1 year old, a 5 year old, and their grandparents, and we had a very comfortable stay. The house is right off the main street in Shepherdstown (very convenient to the university) and it was great to be able to run out and grab anything we needed without having to load into the car. We cooked all of our meals in the house, and the kitchen is well-equipped for meal prep. There is a nice farmer's market at the end of the street on Sunday! The private back yard is BEAUTIFUL (even nicer than in photos) and was a terrific place to start the day with coffee or end with a glass of wine. Highly recommend Amy's house!

Jenny User Profile
October 2017
We loved it here! The location was amazing, just walk around the corner and you have access to everything Shepherdstown has to offer. The house is completely lovely, and Amy was very accommodating of our travel schedule. We will definitely stay here again the next time we are in Shepherdstown.

Roger User Profile
September 2017
This home is better than described. It was clean, well appointed, quiet, and roomy. Downstairs there is a huge living room, a full bath, and an eat-in kitchen with a table for at least 6 (maybe 8?). Upstairs is another full bath, a bedroom with two full beds, a twin bed in the enormous hallway, and a master bedroom with a king bed. Off the master is a smaller room with two beds: a twin and small bed perfect for a child. Upstairs there is also a laundry room and one or two closets off the hallway that are large enough to accommodate someone on an air mattress. Needless to say, my wife and I, my mom, and our two girls (aged 3 and 1.5) were very very comfortable. The best thing about the house is that its shelves are slam full of books, and I'm not talking cheap, worn-out paperbacks. I'm talking contemporary authors for a wide array of literary tastes. You can tell that the hosts are well read, interesting people. The home has been beautifully restored, and it is literally seconds away from German Street, where you can find nearly everything Shepherdstown has to offer, from a great independent bookstore to high-end cuisine. My only suggestion is to make certain that you have a good GPS or good directions to the home before arriving. We arrived after dark and the Verizon cell tower was down. We couldn't use the GPS on our phones, we couldn't access email, and our phones wouldn't let us call anyone for help. The side streets, while totally safe and quiet, are very dark. If we'd been prepared or could have predicted the cell tower outage it wouldn't have been much of a problem. But we were literally "in the dark" for some time before finding the home. DIRECTIONS: The address if 123 West Back Alley. When working, our GPS spelled it Aly. The home is located exactly between South Church St and South King St. If coming from the west on German Street turn right onto South Church St and take the next left into the unmarked alley. The home is on the left behind a small garage and down a small hill at the end of the driveway. The numbers 123 are on the garage door in gold. There is a brick home across the street on the hill. If coming from the east on German Street turn left on South King Street at the public library. Take the next right into the unmarked alley. The home is on the right behind a small garage and down a small hill at the end of the driveway. The numbers 123 are on the garage door in gold. There is a brick home across the street on the hill. We would love to return to Shepherdstown, and we would absolutely rent this home again. It's probably the best home we've ever rented through AirBNB.

Shepherdstown, West Virginia, United StatesJoined in March 2016
Amy User Profile

I'm a West Virginian by way of Houston, Los Angeles, and DC. Southern at heart, I love to host intimate dinner parties for friends. Long drives in the beautiful West Virginia countryside is one of my favorite past-times, along with shopping and home decorating.

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