Historic cottage and bath house in Kennicott, Alaska, built and occupied by Chris Jensen, Kennecott Copper Corporation master carpenter from Denmark, and his family.
Fire response services are limited in this region. Therefore, 17 Silk Stocking Row hosts do not allow guests to use candles, incense, other open flame sources, or the wood stove.
Trash services for businesses in this region are non-existent, and bears are known to pass through the neighborhood en route to their dens and food sources. Therefore, 17 Silk Stocking Row hosts require that guests handle their trash responsibly by rinsing and sorting waste to the appropriate receptacles inside the cottage. Also, the NPS and 17 Silk Stocking Row hosts require that guests not leave coolers, trash, or scented items outside and unattended.