111-115 N.W. Seventh St., Richmond, IN 47374

From $125/nt, $500/wk, $1,150/30 days

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The Residence (1 to 3 BR)

… is a spacious three-bedroom house available with the use of one, two or three bedrooms (the rate depends on the number of bedrooms used). Maximum occupancy: 8 for nightly stays; 6 for stays of a week or longer.

Nightly rates: Use of one bedroom: $125.00 ($140 with sales and innkeeper’s taxes). Use of two bedrooms: $178.57 ($200 with taxes). Use of all three bedrooms: $223.21 ($250 with taxes).

Weekly/vacation rental rates: Stay four nights, get up to three free. One bedroom: $500.00 for 4-7 nights ($560 with taxes); two bedrooms: $714.28 for 4-7 nights ($800 with taxes); three bedrooms: $892.86 for 4-7 nights ($1,000 with taxes); additional nights pro-rated.

30-day rate: $1,150 with use of one bedroom; $1,550 with use of two bedrooms; $1,925 with use of all three bedrooms (no taxes required for stays of 30 days or more), with additional nights after the first 30 prorated at $38.33 with the use of one bedroom; $51.67 with the use of two bedrooms and $64.17 with the use of all three bedrooms.

Beds and bedroom choices: The master suite has a plush queen bed and, in the attached sunroom, a small, firm futon suitable for a child or small adult. The southwest bedroom has a pillowtop full-size bed and a small, firm futon suitable for a child or small adult. The northwest bedroom has two twin beds (1 plush and 1 firm). The living room has a futon that makes into a full-size, firm bed.

Other considerations: All bedrooms are upstairs. In planning your stay, please keep in mind that the house has only one shower in the full bath on the second floor, although there is also half-bath on the first floor. In addition, since excessive noise on the first floor can make it difficult for people to sleep in the apartment below, any loud activity after 11 p.m. should be confined to the front porch or second floor unless you or friends of yours also have reserved the lower apartment. Loud activity on the porch should be limited to times and noise levels that will not disturb the neighbors.