If you call yourself a "leaf peeper" here's a chance to do it in style.

That's because a Wisconsin home was just called one of the best Airbnb's to stay at if you want to see the leaves change colors right in front of your eyes.

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Trips to Discover highlighted 14 different homes on their list of Best Airbnbs to See Fall Foliage and while many of the houses are on the east coast a few made it from the midwest.

Including a place in Michigan but one just a bit closer to home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.

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Called the Sturgeon Bay Doll House on Airbnb, Trips to Discover says:

This charming one-bedroom home is located in Door County, famous for some of the most magnificent fall foliage in the Midwest. Enjoy the peacefulness of a quiet residential neighborhood with plenty of trees for color and easy access to the Sturgeon Bay shoreline in Sunset Park which includes a sandy beach and boat launch.

This isn't the kind of place you bring the entire family. It's more like, you and your partner going for a quick weekend jaunt to see some beautiful leaves.

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If the weather play along there's plenty to do inside the Doll House, including Wi-Fi access along with streaming favorites like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

Rated a 4.92 on Airbnb, former guests at the Doll House rave saying it's "A wonderful stay for a romantic getaway in Sturgeon Bay." and "It is a home away from home."

In case you're wondering, Sturgeon Bay is roughly a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Chicago and/or Rockford, but it sounds like it's well worth the trip.

Wisconsin Home Named Among Best Airbnbs to See Fall Foliage in America

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