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Located in an upscale neighborhood on Puget Sound, this charming private entrance studio makes up 2/3 of the top floor of a 1937 Cape Cod home. 30 yards from our local bus route that passes by cruise ship terminals, ending just 20 mins to downtown.
Guests staying two or more nights, receive complimentary freshly baked French pastries for their first breakfast (served 8am - 10am).
The 500 sq ft., (47 sq m) space is a somewhat gentrified upstairs studio apt with charming dormers allowing for distant views of downtown Seattle and Mt. Rainier (late Autumn through early-Spring seasons only). Entry is via semi-private entrance through white arbor gate along backyard walkway. Bedroom overlooks backyard garden, kitchen eating nook overlooks front yard and driveway. Bed is full-sized (tad bit narrower than a queen). Please note, because of stairs and year home was built, this studio is not recommended for those with weight and/or mobility issues.
Full access to quaint backyard garden, complete with wood BBQ grill and lawn furniture. Hot tub and English red phone booth are currently off limits.
If guests have any questions, concerns or needs your in-house host is available by phone 24/7.
Neighbor has chickens that have been known to cluck on occasion. So if you suffer from alektorophobia, this might not be the best place for you to roost. Full sized bed. There are 2 short flights of outside concrete steps upon entering yard, with 3 short flights of stairs once inside to top floor entry (21 steps total - with new hand rails).
Simple rules: 1.) Be respectful of both property and residents. 2.) Leave space at least as clean as you found it. 3.) Read 'House Rules' upon arrival for specifics - guests are solely responsible for following the rules.
Eclectic lover of history, travel, cooking, design (LanArch, IntArch, GD, ID, HCD), nature, gardening, cycling, architecture, music and the arts - not solely as an active participant, but as a keen observer with a fascination for things most people don't take time to notice (read: eccentric). In addition to being forged by fire in many fields, including ex-restaurateur/chef (San Francisco), instructor/tutor (U.C. Berkeley), com/mil/LE diver (globally), and for the past two-and-a-half decades a design strategist - has led me to realize that whatever one achieves there's always room for one more experience. One more travel. One more story. And particularly, one more friend. I've been fortunate to call several European cities 'home' and have retained many close personal and professional acquaintances as a result ~ Bienvenue aux invités!