This wonderfully bright upstairs room (two windows plus a skylight) is a delight. It's the most private room in the house, with a gabled ceiling (about 6'2" in the center) and cubby holes for storage and a separate walk-in closet. It is up a "steep and very narrow stairway". (If you don't know what a "gabled" ceiling means, please look it up! :)
Beautiful charming 1906 home in Seattle, 1 1/2 blocks from Green Lake park. Share semi-private new bathroom with other guests (if any) (owner uses separate toilet and sink, but shares shower with guests). Kitchen facilities available, also hot tub in backyard oasis with hammock and heritage-status English Walnut tree.
Close to the #26 and #45 buses (bus stop one block away).
Conveniently located near I-5 and near the Aurora Highway (Route 99).
1 1/2 blocks from the north end of Green Lake, with Greenlake Ale House, Zeek's Pizza, Urban Bakery, Cioccholati Coffee, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, and Duke's Chowderhouse.
Green Lake is a state park with a 2.8 mile inner track circling the lake and green grass for playing and running and a kiddie pool in summer right across the street!
*** Exit #172 off the freeway = Very close to I-5, Rte. 99, and bus stop a block away. Near Ballard, Fremont, Lake City, Northgate, and University District. Seven miles from downtown and Capitol Hill, Queen Anne, Magnolia and Cascade. ***
Note: I have very affectionate and well-behaved cat, Pollux, and a sweet, still new rescue dog, Flipper.
Consideration for others is the name of the game! :)
(1) If you use something, put it back when you're done.
(2) Clean up after yourself (including, for example, hair in the bathroom).
(3) The cats are indoor only so just be careful when entering/exiting.
(4) Mark any food on shelves or in fridge with your initials.
(5) If you have a question about anything, ask away!