Jubilee by @TippTopProperties


Entire home hosted by Alana

  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Enjoy the comforts of this cosy, mid-century inspired home. This property is located in a safe-working class neighborhood in the center of Snyder, just minutes away from local restaurants and shopping. This home was the childhood home to my husband, and many of the neighbors and their families that knew him as a child still live in the neighborhood! This newly renovated property offers garage parking (without garage door) for one vehicle and outdoor parking for another.

The space
This 2 bed 1 bath home is a cozy alternative to conventional hotels. This home has been completely remodeled and designed to provide every guest with comfort and privacy.

The living room and bedrooms are equipped with 42’ TVs, set up with Amazon Fire Sticks and Roku TV so you can quickly log on to your account and enjoy your favorite movies and shows while away from home. Both bedrooms have queen beds, the master bed is a traditional mattress and the 2nd bedroom has a 10” memory foam mattress. The second bedroom offers a quiet space for desk work with high speed WiFi as well. Additionally, enjoy the ability to customize each rooms temperature with window A/Cs in the warmer months.

The kitchen is fully equipped with microwave, refrigerator, gas stove, coffee maker, and plates, bowels, cups, and utensils.

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What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Private patio or balcony

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4.94 out of 5 stars from 147 reviews


Where you’ll be

Snyder, Texas, United States

Located in a safe, rural neighborhood, Jubilee is surrounded by humble-hard working neighbors. This property was my husbands childhood home and is surrounded by neighbors he has known since he was a child. They take pride in insuring the safety of our property and guests, and are always willing to offer helpful suggestions for out of town guests.

The home is just two blocks from a favorite local burrito shop (Tacos Chachos) and a couple of blocks away from Amore (a favorite bar and Italian food restaurant). Snyder offers a small town experience, away from the big city hustle. Snyder is also conveniently located 1-1.5 hours away from the cities of Lubbock, San Angelo, Midland, Odessa, and Abilene. And only 30-45 minutes away from Sweetwater, Big Spring, Post, Roby, Rotan, Lamesa, and Colorado City. Additionally, Lake JB Thomas (20 minute drive) and Lake Allen Henry (40 minute drive) are just a short car ride away.

History of Snyder:

Snyder (the county seat of Scurry County) is at the junction of U.S. highways 84 and 180, 87 miles southeast of Lubbock in the central part of the county.

It had its beginnings in 1878 when a buffalo hunter and trader, William Henry (Pete) Snyder (a native of Pennsylvania) built a trading post on the banks of Deep Creek. Other hunters were attracted to the post, and a colony of buffalo-hide dwellings grew up around it. These dwellings, as well as the occasionally dubious character of their inhabitants, gave the town its first names, "Hide Town," and "Robber's Roost."

In 1882 Snyder drew up a town plan and invited immigration. The first public school was established sometime that year. In 1884, when Scurry County was organized, Snyder's settlement was chosen as the county seat. Snyder remained a farming and ranching community until 1948 when oil was discovered on the Canyon Reef formation north of town. Within a year the population jumped from around 4,000 to over 12,000 and a tent and trailer city sprang up on the town's northern edge. The boom was over by late 1951, and the population (which had peaked at around 16,000) stabilized at 11,000.

Scurry County became the leading oil-producing county in Texas as the result of a locally developed method of injecting carbon dioxide into the formation to increase the pressure and thereby increasing the yield. Ranching and cotton farming also continued to employ a large part of the population.

Hosted by Alana

  1. Joined in October 2017
  • 217 Reviews
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My husband and I are both hard workers who are excited about what we can offer to the short term rental world. We love creating spaces that feel secure and comfortable for all of our guests.

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  • Language: English
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House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
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No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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