The Kettle House Galveston is a home design located in Galveston, Texas, United States, as seen on HGTV/DIY. The famous house can accommodate up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire home design to yourself. The vacation home is self-check-in with a smart lock. The Galveston Kettle House is a newly renovated 1960's home that was originally built as a steel storage tank. This homed design has foam insulation and 4 zoned mini-split units for the ultimate comfort.
The Kettle House has high-speed wifi, 4k Smart television, and includes all the comforts of home. There is a large deck that is great for catching some rays and relaxing in the breeze. The Famous Kettle house has been on HGTV/DIY show Big Texas Fix. The vacation home design is just an 8-minute walk to the beach and 12 miles to the historic Strand. There is an interior metal spiral staircase that is steep, tight, and can be difficult to navigate. There are no handrails.
The vacation home design has a downstairs bedroom with 2 queen-sized beds that require going downstairs and the bathroom is upstairs. These beds are also elevated. The vacation home also provides stairs with 3 steps for easy access. Since this is a beach house there are 14 exterior stairs that take you to the main living space. This is a West End beach home design and like all Galveston there are mosquitoes. If you leave the outside lights on at night they will attract the June bugs and other insects. Guests to the Kettle House have full access to the property.
The interior spiral stairs are metal, steep, and very tight, and not suitable for children or anyone with mobility concerns. The Kettle House vacation home is a former 1960s Kettle House. The vacation home design has a large wrap around deck that is great for relaxing. There is a large open concept entry to this tiny house. The fully equipped kitchen is complete with a Keurig and light breakfast items. You can message the owner for any kitchen must-haves before your stay and they can confirm and try to accommodate.
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