The TV is on a swing arm so you turn it towards the bed or towards the loveseat.Across from the bed is a little seating area and a comfortble loveseat.  The two windows are bright!


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This charming studio apartment in the historic St. John's building is the perfect home base for your exploration of Seattle's favorite Pike/Pine corridor in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

All of our apartments are stocked with kitchen and bathroom essentials, blow dryers, irons, ironing boards, and free wifi access.


Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1
Type de lit : Vrai lit
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Arrivée : 14:00 - 01:00 (jour suivant)
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements
Équipements

Prix
Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Frais de ménage : 58€
Réduction à la semaine : 15%
Conditions d'annulation : Strictes

Description
Description

This charming studio apartment in the historic St. John's building is the perfect home base for your exploration of Seattle's favorite Pike/Pine corridor in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

All of our apartments are stocked with kitchen and bathroom essentials, blow dryers, irons, ironing boards, and free wifi access.

This studio is perfect for one or two people. It has a full kitchen, a queen bed and a small seating area. #319 is approx. 300 sq. ft. The TV is a 40" Samsung and has a great picture. The bathroom has a tub/shower combination.

St. John's is right next to a large supermarket and 10 blocks from the middle of downtown Seattle. It's the best location you could imagine for your holiday!

It's a busy neighborhood. There are many restaurants and bars nearby--two restaurants in our building in fact, plus a deli! Across the street is a Pho restaurant and a sports bar. Up the street are two large venues for live music. One features national acts.

It's a great old building and a great location.

Guests have private access to the whole apartment unit. There is a shared laundry room on the second floor of the building that has two washers and two dryers, which are quarter operated, a dollar per load. There is also a large, shared back patio space with a gas BBQ that guests are welcome to use and share with our long-term tenants.

I am at the building Monday - Friday during regular business hours on most days. When I'm not at the building, Johnny, our live-in building manager, is around to help and to check people in. We do our best to meet and check you in, but depending on your arrival time we may coordinate with you to leave the keys in one of the businesses in our building. For the most part other than checking you in we'll leave you to do your own thing, but you can always contact us with questions about the area or any needs that arise while you're staying with us.

Capitol Hill is Seattle's most dynamic neighborhood. There is so much going on - food, entertainment, and more! In each unit there is a guest book with a guide I wrote to the neighborhood including recommendations for good eats and cultural attractions.

Please be aware that this is an urban environment. In our neighborhood you can expect to encounter people from all walks of life and hear noise, often late into the evening. If a silent outdoor environment is important to you, this part of Seattle may not be the best place for you to stay. That being said, St. John's is an incredible place to experience the city from, and we have security systems, triple-pane windows to reduce the street noise as well as white noise machines in the bedrooms to make sure you sleep easy.

There's tons of easy public transportation around - we are 5 blocks from a LINK Light Rail stop (which travels from SeaTac airport all the way up to the University of Washington), there are also 8 different bus lines within one block of us.

With a Walkscore of 99, we absolutely recommend using walking as your main form of transportation once you have checked in.

We are in a dense part of the city and recommend against renting a car if you're on the fence about it, as driving and parking is a headache in Seattle's traffic and there are so many easy alternatives. However, some people have to drive (and it can be very worth it for seeing some of the area's natural delights), and for them, we do have parking spots available behind our building. Parking is not included in the rate; let us know if you would like to reserve a parking pass for an extra $15 per day, available on a first-reserve, first-serve basis (we have a limited number of passes and occasionally run out during peak weekends in the summer; we will let you know when that's the case in advance).

Our building does not have an elevator and this unit is up two flights of stairs.

Please be aware that this is an urban environment. In our neighborhood you can expect to encounter people from all walks of life and hear noise, often late into the evening. If a silent outdoor environment is important to you, this part of Seattle may not be the best place for you to stay. That being said, St. John's is an incredible place to experience the city from, and we have security systems, triple-pane windows to reduce the street noise as well as white noise machines in the bedrooms to make sure you sleep easy.

Please note that our typical minimum stay is 3 nights, and exceptions for 2-night stays are made on a case-by-case basis depending on our calendar and how far in advance you are booking, and are subject to an increased rate of $25 per night. We will only book 2-night stays far in advance if there are only two nights available in a row. We may also accept 2-night stays if booked within 2 weeks of your check-in.

Infants under 2 are an additional $10 per night. We do have a pack n play that we will set up upon request, please notify us that you will need it upon booking.

We have 8 short term rental units in the same building! All are available on AirBnB, so check out the other listings if this one is booked for the dates you'd like to stay with us. We have Studios, 1- and 2-bedroom units. To check out all of our listings, go to my profile page by clicking my profile picture.


Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Peut ne pas convenir aux enfants (2-12 ans)
L'heure d'entrée dans les lieux est 14:00 - 01:00 (jour suivant).

No Smoking & No Pets. Smoking is allowed on the back porch only.
We expect you to leave the units in good condition when you check out - please wash your own dishes and take out the trash. This helps our cleaners out a lot!
Our building is shared with year-long residents. Please be respectful of their home and leave common areas as clean as you found them, and keep noise to a minimum after 10pm.
The handbook in the unit goes over all of our house rules. Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions.


Dispositif de sécurité
Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Kit de premiers secours
Extincteur

Disponibilité
Disponibilité
Séjour de 3 nuits minimum

Hôte : Bryce

Seattle, Washington, États-Unis · Membre depuis février 2012
Bryce

I'm Bryce, the short term rentals manager for St. John's Apartments. I'll be your go-to for all questions on bookings. Johnny Sidorowicz is our live-in manager and he's happy to help you out upon arrival if I'm not at the building.

A little history:
Mark Chambers and Oda Egeland bought St. John's in January 2005. They had always loved the neighborhood and were enchanted by the bones of the building. Built in 1905, it has an old charm missing in newer buildings. Immediately after purchasing it they went to work, remodeling every apartment, putting in new plumbing and electrical, and making it modern in almost all conveniences (no dishwashers nor elevator). Mark did most of the work himself, with help from Johnny. We now have 8 short term apartments and 14 long term apartments. It's a great building. Sadly, Mark passed away away in 2015. Oda still lives in their house in the country, 30 miles from St. John's. Occasionally though, she will stay in the short term rentals when they are available. Mark always loved staying here, Oda still does and we're sure you'll love it too!

A little bit about me: I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, spent most of my summers with family in eastern Massachusetts, lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Vancouver, BC during college, and moved to Seattle in 2014. Soon after moving here Mark and Oda hired me to help Johnny maintain the building. When the former short term rentals manager, Christine, left for graduate school I was lucky enough to get to take over the position! She and I wrote the neighborhood guide in the guest handbook in each unit, so you can also read about some of my favorite spots in there!

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