Welcome to St. Augustine, America's oldest city, which will be celebrating its 450th birthday in 2015! You will find the perfect vacation home on Spanish Street in the historic walking area. This section of the historic city was once known as 'Little San Felipe', where early Menorcan failies first settled in the late 1700's. Cottage located in heart of historic district, one block off St. George St., half block from City Gates, 2 blocks from fort and 3 blocks from bayfront; only true residential neighborhood in historic area; has porch for sitting, with flowers; carriages come by cottage; built circa 1860's. Numerous art galleries, restaurants,shops, museums, churches, and historic sites are located within easy walking distance. Beautiful beaches and numerous golf courses are a short drive away.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay3 nights
Cottage, 1 Bedrooms, 1 Baths, 4 Sleeps
- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 20, 2018
About Ronald Mickler
My wife and I were both born in St. Augustine. My wife lived on Spanish St. from age one; her grandmother lived in a home on Spanish St when my wife was born. We still own the home of her grandmother and the home my wife grew up in (our daughter's family now live here!). We live on Spanish Street, across the street from where my wife grew up. Ron is a retired educator and Martha is employed by the St. Johns County School Board. We raised two children on Spanish Street and one has returned to raise her family here.
Ronald Mickler purchased this Cottage in 1960
Why Ronald Mickler chose Downtown Historic District
The Little San Felipe cottage was constructed circa 1866. It is perfect for a couple and/or a small family, as it is in the very heart of the old city, half a block from the City Gates, two blocks from the old fort, three blocks from the old cathedral, three blocks from Matanzas Bay. The British Night Watch marches past this home every December, an annual event dating back to the British occupation.
What makes this Cottage unique
Little San Felipe has parking directly adjacent to the house, on brick pavers. It has a porch for guests to use as they enjoy the horse-drawn carriages parade by, or just view/speak to other visitors as they visit our street. Guests can walk half a block and catch tour trains to see all there is to see of the historic area, then take their time to walk around and explore on their own, at leisure.
Beaches and boating, Alligator Farm (with new Zip Lines over the alligators and crocodiles!), Historical Churches, City Gates, Fort Castillo de San Marcos, Fountain of Youth (with on-going archeological digs examining the original landing site of Pedro Menendez), Ripley's Believe It Or Not, World Golf Village and the World Golf Hall of Fame, Public tennis courts, Flagler College, Lightner Museum, Oldest Wooden School House, Potter's Wax Museum, Outlet Malls (7 miles and 30 miles), St. Augustine Amphitheatre, Bicycle, scooter and segway rentals, State Parks, Marineland Aquarium (20 miles), Daytona Beach (60 miles), Disney World (90 miles), Sea World (90 miles).
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
If you book six months prior to arrival for stays of 10 days or more, payments can be broken into 1/3 down, 1/3 three months prior to arrival, and 1/3 thirty days prior to arrival. Nightly Rate: $120 - $150 Weekly Rate: $750 - $1000 Monthly Rate: $2000 - $3000 In addition to the basic rate, there is a 10% charge for local and state taxes, plus $90 for cleaning.