Great location, on the north side of Queen Anne, walking distance to Fremont, and close to bus lines running all over the city. 900 sq. ft. open format house, artistic touches,big backyard with 4 resident chickens, and in a great neighborhood!
Front door opens into an inviting living room/dining room area with a comfortable couch. Still in the main area is the kitchen and a small computer nook. There are 2 bedrooms, one with a Queen sized bed, the other with a twin bed, toys, and children's books. There is one bathroom located between the two bedrooms. Laundry room is located just beyond the computer nook, and the laundry room leads into the large backyard which is where the chickens live. Backyard also has a gas grill, hammock, and table/chairs for outdoor eating.
Guest will have access to the entire home, front yard and backyard.
Interazione con gli ospiti
If the timing works, I might be able to meet you at the house when you check-in, otherwise I will send you information about how to access the house. During your stay, you will likely be able to reach me by phone or email, but there will be times I will be out of range and unable to reply right away.
Altre cose da evidenziare
Sleeping arrangements include a Queen bed, a twin bed, and a very comfortable couch in the main living area. Wifi and guest computer access is provided.
No parties, no smoking/vaping, and no illicit drugs inside or out of the house. Please use electricity and water respectfully, we strive to conserve, and hope that our guests will also be conservation -minded. To respect our neighbors, quiet hours outside the house are 10pm.
We live in Seattle because it fits our personalities in so many ways. We love to be close to nature but also enjoy being in a city with great food and events. I am an art therapist and my husband is an architect. Our son likes playing with trains, making forts with the couch, and reading books.
As a family we love getting outside for a day or weekend of rock climbing and camping, and biking around the city as a family is something that we do regularly.