Sharing The House

by | Jul 14, 2018

First, we can divide the house into two Wings

Sharing The House: We can rent the home in wings. You can use that ability to divide families with kids from older members or one family branch from another.
This gives you a lot of flexibility in arranging the living quarters. You can even set it up like two separate rentals side by side.
Use the floor plans to understand how the house works.

Sharing the Captain Morse House with friends?

Check out our suggested room rates

We only rent the home to one person for a specific period of time. In other words we will sign a lease with one person and then that person will be responsible for charging their friends a fair amount for the room they use. Here are some suggestions on how to divide up the rooms and expenses. Use the floor plans to identify the rooms.
All rates are per room, not per person.

1st Floor – $600

$300 Back Bedroom with en suite bath and shower. #11
$300 Front game room with deluxe sleeper sofa and comfort air mattress with ensuite bath and shower.

2nd Floor – $2,700

$600 Master bedroom with Queen bed and access to the front porch and elevator. #1
$400 Twin Bed front room with access to the front porch. #2
$300 Queen Bedroom. Small quiet room with two closets. #3
$400 Middle Room. Large room that can be set up either as two twins or a California King. #4
$500 Green Room. Large room that can be set up either as two twins or a California King.. #5*
$200 Small private single with closet. #6
$100 per bed in the loft above the back living room. There is one bunk bed and one single sleeping three.
Note: There are four baths on this floor that can be assigned or shared as you please.
* The access to the Green Bedroom #5 is either through bedroom #4 or through the bunk room and bedroom #6 however this room can be assigned a private bath.

3rd Floor – $700

$150 per each of the two single bedrooms. These are both private rooms. #8 & #9
$250 for bedroom #7 which has a very nice double bed in it. Very cute.
$300 for the Sail Loft which is our front attic room with a queen bed and two twin beds. #10
Note: all of these rooms share one bathroom on the top floor.

If you add all of the rooms up you get to $4,000 for one night and $28,000 for a week.
Just adjust the rates using the same proportions