Enjoy staying in the heart of the coolest neighborhood in Seattle in our comfortable, charming apartment with large, bright bedrooms and plenty of space to relax. Designed by Frederick Anhalt, this place is the perfect home base to explore Seattle!
We love the historic charm of our apartment and neighborhood. Plenty of period details and beautiful hardwood floors throughout. The apartment is a duplex, with many vintage pieces (mostly mid-century modern). Downstairs, there is a lovely, open living/dining space and small, but well-equipped kitchen. Upstairs, we have three spacious, sunny bedrooms (plus a fourth bedroom that we use as an office) and the bathroom, plus a teensy balcony. We have it set up as a master bedroom with queen-sized bed, one child's room with twin bunk beds, and another child's room with a twin bed. We have a huge selection of toys, games, Legos, and books for all ages! The apartment is perfect for a family with up to three children. It is a rarity to find a large apartment right in the center of Capitol Hill.
Accès des voyageurs
In addition to the apartment, there is a shared courtyard. There is a coin-operated washer/dryer on the premises.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
You will have the apartment to yourselves, and we will be available by email. The apartment manager lives onsite. We love our neighborhood, and will be happy to give you lots of suggestions for favorite places, activities with (or without) kids, etc.!
Please let us know if you are interested in housekeeping during your stay.
No pets, smoking, or loud parties, please. We have terrific neighbors, and ask you to respect their sleep!
Please note that only the master bedroom has a queen-sized bed; the other bedrooms are very clearly children's rooms in terms of decor and bed size (twin bunks in one room, and single twin in the other).
I am a professor who loves to travel with my husband (a branding consultant) and our two kids. We have had many wonderful trips through airbnb! Our favorite activities in Seattle are exploring our beloved neighborhood of Capitol Hill (and urban walks in general), cooking, and reading.