This cozy vintage three-bedroom home built in 1900, exudes a feeling of warmth to all guests and is located in a quiet neighborhood with full-time residents, allowing you to feel right at home. The home is named Captain’s Quarters in memory of past owner, Riverboat Captain Mark W. Peters. After serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Mark returned to his native Lake City and piloted a paddle wheeler, The Hiawatha, on the Mississippi River. He also and gave guided tours of Lake Pepin. This is how the three bedrooms came to be named: The Mississippi, The Lake Pepin and The Hiawatha. All of the rooms are furnished with antiques and vintage collectables. In addition to the home having forced air heat and central air, the rooms have electric fireplaces and ceiling fans. The beds are comfortably covered with down alternative comforters and pillows. Robes, towels, a shower mat and an extra blanket have been conveniently placed in each closet. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, pedestal sink and features a tub room with a free-standing vintage style soaking tub. The kitchen is fully equipped with a refrigerator and ice maker, gas range, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, mixer, slow cooker and all utensils and cookware needed for making a meal and eating in. The dining room has a round oak table and gas fireplace. The living room features a 42-inch flat screen TV with cable, Blu Ray player and lots of movies. Wi-Fi is also provided. The back deck offers a charcoal grill, table and chairs, and a small fire pit is located in the back yard.