Historic Sanford Fire Station turned Airbnb!

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Whether it’s a vacation or a staycation, we all love a little r&r. And boy, have we found the perfect place for you! Built in 1887, 130 years later the Sanford Fire Station still stands today. Except instead of being filled with firemen (sorry ladies) and fire station equipment it’s now filled with retro furniture, eclectic art and 4 beds.

We met with Airbnb host Jenn and one of the Fire Station owners, Adam, as they gave us a grand tour of the place. I could talk all day about how fun it would be to stay at this amazing hidden gem that’s located on Palmetto in Downtown Sanford just across the street from Celery City Craft and walking distance to everything downtown has to offer. A perfect getaway for you and your honey, a group of friends or even a rad bachelor party (just be sure to include that little tidbit when you go to book).

Rather than going on and on, I’ll just stop right here and allow the photos to do the rest of the convincing…although we’re sure you won’t need much.

© Benevolence Photography

Weeknights: $150|Weekends: $175| 2 Night minimum stay

2 Bedrooms| 2 King sized beds|Bunk Beds| Comfortably sleeps 6

2 Full bathrooms

Laundry room with full washer and dryer

2,400 SF

Unfortunately although the owners love pets, pets are not allowed.

Wifi & cable are included, option to hook up to your own Netflix account.

Rooftop patio!!

CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR STAY TODAY! 

© Benevolence Photography

© Benevolence Photography

© Benevolence Photography

© Benevolence Photography

© Benevolence Photography

© Benevolence Photography

© Benevolence Photography

Author: Jessica Mccarty-Carvajal

Jessica here! A local Sanfordite myself, I enjoy exploring this beautiful earth, meeting new people, spending quality time with those my heart loves and living each day to the fullest. I am a local photographer and love capturing the beautiful faces of Central Florida, be sure to check out my most recent work at www.BenevolencePhoto.com. See you around!

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  1. What? No mention of the fireman’s ghost that walks on the roof?

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