The Apartment is in a classic 1928 three story brick walk up.
Located in North Belltown, it is a clean, quiet and safe place to make your visit to Seattle feel like home. This is a studio apartment that is 450 square feet. This is actually a larger sized studio for the Seattle area.
Although this building has not been restored to it's original glory, it is well maintained and the apartment has more character than the newer buildings in my opinion. Please keep in mind that the bathtub, toilet, and other fixtures are approaching 90 years years of age! What some guests have mistaken as being dirty is simply a lot of years of wear and tear.
The entire apartment will be available to you.
Interaction with Guests
When possible, I am present for check in and out. During your stay I will not be present in the Apartment.
Belltown is the most densely populated neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, United States, located on the city's downtown waterfront on land that was artificially flattened as part of a regrading project. Formerly a low-rent, semi-industrial arts district, in recent decades it has transformed into a neighborhood of trendy restaurants, boutiques, nightclubs, and residential towers and art galleries. The area is named after William Nathaniel Bell, on whose land claim the neighborhood was built.
Belltown is home to the Art Institute of Seattle, Antioch University, Argosy University, the Seattle School of Theology & Psychology and RealNetworks Headquarters. It lies directly west of the Denny Triangle neighborhood, where online retailer Amazon is constructing three office towers to house its downtown headquarters, and where the Cornish College of the Arts is located.
Just across the street is Lower Queen Anne:
Lower Queen Anne is a neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, at the base of Queen Anne Hill. While its boundaries are not precise, the toponym usually refers to the shopping, office, and residential districts to the north and west of Seattle Center. The districts to the west of the Center are also known as Uptown. The neighborhood is connected to Upper Queen Anne—the shopping district at the top of the hill—by an extremely steep section of Queen Anne Avenue N. known as the Counterbalance, in memory of the cable cars that once ran up and down it.
While "Lower Queen Anne" and "Uptown" are rarely used to refer to the grounds of Seattle Center itself, many of Seattle Center's leading attractions abut the neighborhood; these include KeyArena (home of the Seattle Storm of the WNBA), the Exhibition Hall, McCaw Hall (home of the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet), the Intiman Playhouse (home of the Intiman theater company), and the Bagley Wright Theater (home of Seattle Repertory Theater), as well as the Mercer Arena.
Lower Queen Anne also has a three-screen movie theater, the Uptown, and On the Boards, a center for avant-garde theater and music.
Largely because of its proximity to Seattle Center, Lower Queen Anne is home to some 100 restaurants, bars, and fast-food locations, such as Pagliacci Pizza, Dick's Drive In, Nielsen's Danish Pastries, & The Mecca Cafe. Nestled on the side streets among the apartment and condo communities are an array of retail shops such as Peridot, Juniper Flowers and Choice Linens.
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The Seattle Monorail and Metro transit are just steps from the front door. Codes for free first time Lyft, Sidecar and Uber rides are available, just ask.
No smokingNot suitable for petsNo parties or eventsCheck-in time is 3PM - 12AM (midnight).+ More