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Hubbell Duplex "Side A" on Historic Route 66

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6 guests2 bedrooms2 beds1 bathroom
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Get your kicks on Route 66.
Located on Route 66, the Hubbell Duplex A is part of the Sixth Street Historic District. There are plenty of restaurants and antique stores in historic buildings.

Master bedroom with king bed, 2nd bedroom is very small and only has a day bed.
There is a queen blow up mattress that will sleep 2.

Pet accommodations are $35 for each pet. Thank you.

The space
1196 sq ft, so there is plenty of room to relax. Charming and cute. Large one-bedroom duplex with formal dining area, huge living room with fireplace, master bedroom with king bed, full kitchen, and laundry room with washer and dryer, and 2nd bedroom is very small and only has a day bed and closet. Located on Historic Route 66, the home sits on a huge double lot, with the Master bedroom sitting at the very back of the property, away from 6th St. Original hardwood floors. The outside features a nice patio and fully fenced yard.

The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District is going through a revitalization. The neighborhood behind it can be described as “a little sketchy”. Our home is safe and secure and includes the following safety features: new wood fencing, motion / floodlights, and ring cameras in the front and back. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District redevelopment, and revitalization projects are crucial to the success of the city because it stimulates the economy, instills a sense of civic pride and encourages local tourism. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District encourage historic preservation and promotes economic and social vitality.

Designed by Guy Carlander, a well-known and prominent local architect. The Hubbell Duplex gets its name from Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell, who in 1925 hired Mr. Carlander to design the Hubbell Duplex. The duplex is known for its Craftsman style, which includes battered brick columns supporting the dual entry porticoes.

The Hubbell Duplex is part of the Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District is comprised of 13 blocks along Sixth Street and includes several vintage service stations, art galleries, shops and buildings in different architectural styles from the 1920’s to the 1940’s.

When in Amarillo make plans to also visit the Cadillac Ranch, The Big Texan Steak Ranch and Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

When making a reservation or sending an inquiry, please include all guests.

We welcome all well-behaved dogs, but please be sure to mention your pet when you are making a reservation or sending an inquiry. Guests bringing pets must declare all pets when sending an inquiry or prior to making a reservation. Pet accommodations are $35 for each pet. There is an additional fee per pet and immediate eviction with no refund if a pet is not authorized prior to bringing them. Thank you.

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Entire home.

Other things to note
Locals or any guest who lives within a 30 mile radius must send an inquiry before booking.

Parking - Parking for The Hubbell Duplex “Side A” on Historic Route 66 is in the driveway, on the right hand side. You can also park on the street, directly in front of the house.

When making a reservation or sending an inquiry, please include all guests.

We welcome all well-behaved dogs, but please be sure to mention your pet when you are making a reservation or sending an inquiry. Guests bringing pets must declare all pets when sending an inquiry or prior to making a reservation. There is an additional fee per pet and immediate eviction with no refund if a pet is not authorized prior to bringing them.

We are "pet friendly" and have a few guidelines for our guests with furry friends / fur babies.
- Pet accommodations are $35 for each pet.
- Guest are responsible for cleaning up any pet waste.
- Please keep pets off furniture and bedding. You will be charged an extra cleaning fee if we have to remove your pet's hair or dirt from beds and sitting areas.
- Please remember to clean your pet's paws when they come inside.
-If it has been raining or snowing, please make sure pets do not track mud inside.
- Pet owners will be responsible for any damage caused by their pets.
- Pets left unattended for any length of time must be crated.

Any evidence of not following these guidelines may incur extra cleaning fees.

Thank you.
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Get your kicks on Route 66.
Located on Route 66, the Hubbell Duplex A is part of the Sixth Street Historic District. There are plenty of restaurants and antique stores in historic buildings.

Master bedroom with king bed, 2nd bedroom is very small and only has a day bed.
There is a queen blow up mattress that will sleep 2…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 single bed
Common spaces
1 sofa, 1 airbed

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Free parking on premises
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Kitchen
Indoor fireplace
Cable TV
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Hair dryer
TV with standard cable/satellite
Heating
Air conditioning

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The Hubbell Duplex is part of the Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District is comprised of 13 blocks along Sixth Street and includes several vintage service stations, art galleries, shops and buildings in different architectural styles from the 1920’s to the 1940’s. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District redevelopment, and revitalization projects are crucial to the success of the city because it stimulates the economy, instills a sense of civic pride and encourages local tourism. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District encourage historic preservation and promotes economic and social vitality.

When in Amarillo make plans to also visit the Cadillac Ranch, The Big Texan Steak Ranch and Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

Next door you will find Square Mile Community Development, a community garden that provides fresh produce. They plan on hosting a farmers market with different vendors, during the summer.

Across the street you will find Canine Fashions Pet Salon. Karen has been grooming for over 40 years and is
A licensed International Instructor, with a 4.2 Skill level, out of 4.4. So if your bringing your pet and want to treat them to a spa day, check out her website, Facebook or give her a call.

The shops along Route 66 in Amarillo include: The Nat, 6th St. Antique Mall, Old 66 Quilts, The Muse, The Mustard Seed, Apple Annie’s Bridal, Route 66 Costume Castle, Texas Ivy Antiques, Lile Art Gallery and San Jacinto Antiques.

The places to eat along Route 66 in Amarillo include: The Handle Bar ( you have to try their Bloody Mary and tell them Rick & Brandon sent you), Wild Bill’s ( just one block over) The Golden Light Cantina ( great burgers, also try the buffalo burger, established in 1946 and they still operate out of the same location) , Smokey Joe’s, 806 Café, Braceros Mexican Grill & Bar, and Coffee Fix.

Nightlife along Route 66 in Amarillo: Skooterz, 6th St Saloon ($2.00 you call it every Tuesday) , The Golden Light Cantina, Smokey Joe’s, Broken Spoke Lounge, and Austin’s Texas Pub.
The Hubbell Duplex is part of the Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Historic Route 66, Sixth Street District is comprised of 13 blocks along Sixth Street and incl…

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Howdy, We have 10 Airbnb listings in Amarillo, TX with over Three Thousand Combined Property Reviews!! We take great pride in our properties and encourage you to read our reviews. Rick- Realtor in Amarillo, TX with Rick Mendoza Realtors. Real Estate Broker. Let me know if your moving to the area and I can help you find a rental house or your dream home. I also can also help you if your looking to buy a house and wanting to turn it into an Airbnb. Brandon - VP, Global Talent Acquisition. Owners of Fresh ‘N Cold. Check out our listings. https://www.airbnb.com/users/64684981/listings The Park at Wolflin The Retreat at Wolflin The Oasis at Wolflin The Hubbell Duplex “Side A” on Historic Route 66 The Hubbell Duplex “Side B” on Historic Route 66 The Lawrence Mo’s Place
Howdy, We have 10 Airbnb listings in Amarillo, TX with over Three Thousand Combined Property Reviews!! We take great pride in our properties and encourage you to read our reviews.…
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Pets are allowed
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