About this listing
Cozy, comfortable,apartment in the Wallingford/Fremont neighborhood. Walking distance to Lake Union, Burke-Gilman Trail, UW, cool, funky shops and great restaurants. Residential/urban neighborhood. Full kitchen, Washer/dryer, and private entrance.
Location, location, location! This is a very sweet, cozy, and comfortable space with nicely detailed features in one of the best neighborhoods in Seattle! It is a separate, day-light basement, mother-in-law apartment in our 1927 Wallingford bungalow home. Bamboo flooring throughout, white-tiled bathroom, granite counter tops and newer cabinets in kitchen. Easy, private access on side of house. Coffee shops abound.
It is a self-contained apartment with a full kitchen, washer/dryer, and a separate entrance in the back of the house. Check-in is at 2:00 p.m. And check-out is at 11:00 a.m.
Interaction with guests
We live upstairs and are available most days by text/phone. We are available to answer any questions you have.
We love that it is friendly, funky, quintessential Seattle, and close to Lake Union, University of Washington, Fremont, just a bus ride to downtown, and Seattle Center. Other close neighborhoods are Ballard, University District, Green Lake, and a quick Uber ride to Capital Hill. It is very centrally located, and has personality.
Location is two walking blocks from a major bus line. The hike and bike trail is just down the street, and pretty cheap Uber rides to other neighborhoods.
Other things to note
We are happy to share our favorite places to go, restaurants, parks, hikes, events and places of interest. We have lived here for 26 years and love to share our fun, insider view of Seattle.
No smoking; no pets; respectful hours/noise level.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
I have lived in Seattle for 22 years and raised my two beautiful children here. I love movies, cooking, gardening, travel and art. We are new to hosting and are excited to meet new people but are also very chill if you want to do your own thing. I lived in Peru and Honduras when I was younger and love that travel opens new possibilities. I love recommending places to go here in Seattle.