À propos de ce logement
This quiet modern town home is 1/2 mile walk from quaint Greenwood and three blocks from the express bus downtown.
The private room is on the first level with sliding doors that open onto the small yard. There is a small dresser in addition to the futon bed (with added comfort mattress topper).
Maximum guest stay is one week, unless you're interested in staying long-term over the summer for something like an internship or traveling nurse gig.
I love my house both because of the location and its comfortable vibe! I ride my bike to the university (4 miles away), drive 6 minutes to Green Lake (a great 3 mile loop around the lake), walk or run around the neighborhood, or walk 1/2 mile into Greenwood or Phinney (3/4 mile) where there are bars, breweries (three!), restaurants, and shops.
Inside, I like to cuddle up next to the fire and read a book, cook a delicious meal for friends, or watch TV upstairs. And, let's be real, do a bunch of work in my office. It's quiet and cozy!
Accès des voyageurs
You have access to your room and the common areas. The common areas/bathrooms are shared with me and my roommate--a 1/2 bath on the main level and the bath/shower on the third floor. The house is in the middle of the block, off of the main streets, and there's an alleyway with parking (nearly always).
Humming with coffee shops, bars, eateries, and fun shops, Greenwood has everything Seattleites love, without the intense crowds of Capitol Hill and Fremont. It's a fantastic neighborhood to explore in its own right, while being close to freeways and transit options that will take you easily into the heart of downtown.
In exploring North Seattle, head over to Green Lake and join the throngs of walkers on the 3-mile loop.
If traveling with kids, be sure to stop by Dave Egger's Space Travel Supply Store, just a short walk away from the house.
The E (express bus downtown) is 2.5 blocks away, and the 45 is an 8-minute walk down on 85th (to Greenlake, Ravenna, UW).
I have a pup! He's 1.5 years old, 70 lbs, and full of love. He'll likely ask for some pets and give some kisses. I'd consider hosting a friendly dog.
I expect guests to treat my house like it's their home--I live here, so the books on the shelf are the ones I read, the dishes are the ones I use, etc.
You are more than welcome to use any of the kitchen staples to cook or bake.
The table is old and sensitive to liquids--please use the table cloth or placemats.
No smoking (anything) indoors, and please avoid red wine and other staining substances outside of the kitchen/dining area.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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I'm a professor at UW. When I'm not reading, writing, or teaching, I'm generally exploring the amazing outdoors with my pup, Norvel! Seattle is an amazing city--filled with great food, drinks, and views. I'll leave a bunch of my Seattle guide books (including the stairway walks!), as well as a list of my favorite places to eat and explore.