|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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Old world charm meets modern elegance. Welcome to our classic, 2 bedroom/1 bath condo situated in a newly renovated, 100 year old Victorian house. This clean urban abode offers 1 comfortable king sized bed, 2 twin beds, and a queen sofa bed, a fully equipped kitchen, heated floors, a private courtyard, and lots of natural light.
Dine in or walk to one of the numerous restaurants, coffee houses or bars in Seattle's centrally located Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Parking is provided but being just 1 mile from the city, it's easy to walk, bike (bikes provided by City of Seattle at kisok 1 block away) or take the bus to local attractions. Experience the City on the Sound in style.
I remodel old vintage homes. This home is triplex, all of which are vacation rentals. I enjoy fixing up old homes and am glad so many people appreciate the painstaking effort it takes to restore old world charm to neglected properties.
Bob purchased this condo in 2006
Superb location in the heart of Seattle's Capital Hill neighborhood
This condo is a great clean and well furnished place. The kitchen is well stocked so you could do all types of cooking.
We had 6 adults stay. Two of us drove from Minnesota with the other 4 flying in for the wedding. They found it very easy to take the light rail to and from the airport and walk the short distance to the house. We all ended up using the bus system, light rail, and uber to get around rather than deal with the traffic and parking downtown. We were very thankful for our off the street parking spot at the house. The bus stops and light rail station are in close walking distance. We each got OCRA cards which made all of the mass transportation very easy to use.
The neighborhood has a large grocery store and an abundance of good resturants and shops . Volunteer Park is a close walk and is a great place to do things such as the conservatory, Asian Art Museum, view from the water tower, gardens, and relaxing. If you are new to Seattle as we were, the Seattle City Pass is a great deal for seeing some to the landmarks.
We are very happy with our stay and would stay there again along with highly recommending it to others.
This was a perfect vacation residence for our visit to Seattle. It is spotless, convenient and clearly great thought went into the accommodations, layout, furnishings and supplies. They even have a booster seat and umbrella stroller for guests with an infant. The location is central, which provides for easy access to interesting places in any direction. It is within walking distance to Volunteer Park and Cal Anderson Park. We were impressed and would definitely recommend it.
We were really impressed with this property. Our family came up for a wedding and rented two units. Great way to have some privacy yet still together whenever we want. Place was clean and nicely furnished. And both kitchen and bath were well stocked. Great location, short walks to everything. Restaurants and grocery store.
We were very happy with our rental and would definitely recommend it to our friends.
Next time we come up, we will rent the one bedroom just for the two of us. We are looking forward to another stay here in the near future.
Is was our first VRBO stay so have nothing to compare to. The house was comfortably appointed and in a great location for most things you'd want to do in Seattle. The light rail and bus is about 5 blocks away, easy to use and affordable. You don't need a car. The neighborhood has a nice grocery and assortment of restaurants and shops. We particularly liked Cafe Solstice on E Thomas.
Capitol Hill area is much larger than I imagined. It wasn't a bad hike down pike st. To the market but couldn't make it home . The buses were hard to figure out suggest uber home or on weekends you can find $7 parking downtown which is cheaper than bus for 4 . Train to airport is also convenient. Try Glo's for breakfast excellent blueberry French toast.
Last make sure to sign up on line for free Seattle market tour and Seattle 101. They are free but be sure to tip the price of a tour this guy works hard. He gives you great money saving tips like go to Starbucks 40th floor of Columbia bldg for amazing views for the price of coffee and skip the needle .
Happy hours are also a great way to eat in Seattle for less. Loved ivarson the waterfront.
If you want to be close to all the action - you cant beat the location in Capitol Hill. This place was perfect for my 2 teenage boys, wife and I. We rode the rental bikes all around the city, Lake Union and University of Washington. Great park, bars, coffee shops and restaurants all within a few blocks. The place was clean and perfect to come back to each night. I would highly recomend this to anyone.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Sep 1 2016 - Nov 22 2016
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Cleaning||$90 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||$40 + Tax|
$169 - $239/nt
Cleaning fee $80
Pet Fee $40
All amounts taxed at 9.5%
Reservation deposit $250
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years at Summer Rates
FREE PARKING AND USE OF BIKES