The Burton House is divided into two separate apartments in this old Victorian home in the Herron-Morton historical section, just north of city central. Your apartment is very quaint, cozy and private. There is lots of available parking both on N. Delaware and 17th Street. I have made many upgrades to the property over the past 5 years and just recently renovated the 1st floor by adding a half bath, a laundry room, beautiful hardwood floors in the living area. The kitchen comes equipped with a flat surface range and oven, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, coffee maker and dishwasher. Also on the first floor is what I call the bistro room with French doors looking out over the brick patio. The second floor has the bedroom with Queen bed and bath with original old claw foot tub. Because the house is old (like me) it has some faults, one of which is kind of uneven floors so when you walk from the bedroom to the bath you might feel a little like you are walking downhill. The 3rd floor has a full bed and a sofa/futon which makes into a fairly comfortable bed. The apartment has a completely fenced in yard with plenty of space to host small parties or receptions. Access to the patio is through the french doors of the bistro room, making it very convenient for food preparation and distribution to guests on the patio or in the yard. There are two TVs in the apartment, one in the living room and one in the 2nd floor bedroom. Service is provided by Direct TV with over 100 channels including all the premium channels such as HBO, Showtime and Starz. WiFi is provided by Uverse. The apartment is located in the historic section of Indianapolis called the Herron-Morton Place, between Delaware and Alabama Streets. A leisurely walk along either street is like a walk in history with all the old homes beautifully restored. One of the best restaurants in Indy, Tinker Street Restaurant and Wine Bar, is only about 3 blocks distant. The Thirsty Scholar is just around the corner on 16th Street, great for small plates, wine and beer. The Shoefly Restaurant and Public house is just a few blocks north on 22nd St. It features an interesting array of sandwiches and burgers as well as a delightful entree menu. They frequently provide live entertainment in the evenings on their patio during the summer months. Also on 22nd & Delaware and just recently opened is the Long Branch. It has garnered great reviews from Yelp for its medley of Asian foods such as their Rangoon Shrimp and Egg Rolls. They also have vegan offerings. For morning coffee and lunch is Foundry Provisions, also just around the corner on 16th Street.