515 Franklin Street is named the Daisy Cottage. The location is perfect for a beach or vacation house. The house has Cape
May's oldest iron fence (green with white daisys). The house is a
restored Victorian located in the center of the historic district.
As far as location, the property is a 5 minute walk to the beach and
about 3 minutes to the Victorian mall. There are two units, one
that occupies the 1st floor and one that is on the 2nd and 3rd
floors. You can rent one or both units
(see rates) depending on the size of your family. Each unit
sleeps 8. Each unit is fully equipped to be rented separately.
Large extended families enjoy
renting both units to enjoy
each other's company during the day and privacy at night time.
Bring all the kids, there is room for everyone with a total of 7+
bedrooms and 4 full baths sleeps 16)! Call or email for quote,
1st floor: The front porch is off the living room and is a must for
breezy evenings or enjoying morning coffee (watch the horses go
by). The rooms are as follows: formal living room with queen
sleeper, tv and pocket doors for night-time privacy. large separate
dining room with double windows. Gourmet kitchen with cherry
cabinets, subzero refrigerator/freezer with ice maker, and full
equipment to prepare all your meals (gas stove, dishwasher,
microwave and more). 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths (king, 2 twins and queen
beds) and laundry. This unit also has parking for 2 cars and
use of the outdoor spaces including the gas grill and sand shower.
Exclusive use of the first floor
Rents range from 950-2350.
2nd floor: The sunny deck is off the back on the 2nd floor for
privacy. The rooms are as follows: living room (which can easily
be converted to a bedroom) with tv. Large country eat in kitchen
(refrigerator, gas stove, dishwasher, microwave and more), 3
bedrooms and two full baths (king, 2 twins and two twins) and
laundry. This unit also has parking for 2 cars and use of the
outdoor spaces including the gas grill and sand shower. Exclusive
use of the second floor deck.
515 Franklin Street - is located
in the center of the historic district. It is a very short walk to
all the town's attractions including the beach, activities, shops
and resturants. The house is about a 3.5 block's
walk to the beach and about 1.5 blocks to the Victorian mall.
We recently rented this home when we were in the area for a cheerleading event.. Sally is a great person to work with and everything went so smooth from beginning to end. The home is very neat and clean and is very well kept and it is very roomy. I woukd definitely rent this home or any of Sally's properties.
(on site or nearby): Biking, Golf, Tennis, Racquetball, Basketball,
Fitness Center, Gym, Shuffleboard, Horseshoes, Miniature Golf,
Amusement Parks, Fishing, Wildlife Viewing, Horseback Riding,
Shopping, Restaurants, Live Theater, Cinemas, Museums, Sightseeing,
Boating, Sailing, Water-skiing, Surfing, Windsurfing, Parasailing,
Jet Skiing, Shelling, Rafting, Swimming, Antiquing, Historic House
Tours, Horse and Buggy Rides, Country Club, Ghost Tours, Train Rides,
Living History, Zoo, Nature Trails, Light House Tours, Sunken Ships,
Boat Tours, Ferry to Outlet Shopping, etc
For more things to do…
Visit Sunset Beach at the end of Sunset Boulevard, Cape May Diamonds, Sunken Ship Atlantis, shops and resturant
Take the train to Cold Spring Village from the depot in the City of Cape May, an open air living History Museum, shops and restaurants
Cape May Bird Observatory, weekly walks, special programs, and boating trips
Fishing is for all ages. Fish poverty beach or try a party boat for deeper waters
Take the Ferry Boat to Delaware from Cape May via Cape May Lewes Ferry
View all of Cape May from the 1859 Light House located on Cape May Point beach
Hiking boots were made for walking. Walk all 3 trails at the Cape May Point State Park
Spend the day with the Animals at the Cape May Zoo
Visit the newest Designer Show House, the Carpender Cottage
Now open, Restoration of Cape May's World War II Lookout Tower
See Living Victorian at the Emlen Physick House, home of the Mid Atlantic Center For the Arts