Location ! Downtown & Pike Pl Market: 20-30 minute walk; Capitol Hill is a 10-15 minutes walk. Comfortable home on tree lined side street of Pike/Pine. Multitude of cafes, bars, and the best book store in Seattle. Also see our Bedroom #1.
We are in a 'workers' Victorian house built in 1900 located a 20-30 minute walk directly east of Downtown on a tree-lined residential street.
This private bedroom has a queen bed. The bath is adjacent and is shared if the other room is occupied.
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The guest bedrooms and bath are on the main floor, and entry is through the front door. We look forward to sharing the adjacent Living and Dining rooms with visitors.
There is a Keurig coffee maker in the Dining room that is available for guest use. We live primarily upstairs and in a rear kitchen, though on winter evenings Louis tends to be sitting by a fire in the Living room.
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We look forward to welcoming you into our home. We enjoy meeting new people and spending time with them. If we are home, we are happy to chat and offer ideas of sights to see, and get to know each other.
We are both self-employed, so our schedules can vary. We are always available by phone or text should any questions or concerns come up.
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Parking is on the street, and given the number of restaurants and bars nearby, can be a bit of a challenge in the evenings.
There is no smoking inside.
Quiet hours are from 10pm to 9am.
Our two cats are indoor cats only, so we ask that Guests be aware as they go in and out.
Louis: I've been around the block a few times, and do my best to have fun each time. I've been in Seattle 20+ years, and I love it. I also love getting my hands in the dirt…… I garden for a living, helping clients keep their yards looking good. And when a house is going on the market, I will come in and 'stage' the yard, making it look its best. Kevin and I have been together forever. We enjoy hanging out with friends and family and the occasional road trip.
Kevin: I'm a West Coast boy, born in Seattle, college in LA, San Francisco in the 80's, and back to Seattle. Love it here. Through being self employed (book keeping, minor remodeling) and doing our version of home improvement (our house is always "in process"), we've managed to put together a fun, kind of odd-ball life that we enjoy. I have really enjoyed meeting our guests - so many different people living different sorts of lives, and having such a range of interests.