One bedroom, spacious and swell, with separate, private bathroom. Decorated in western-themed knick-knacks from yesteryear. If Lorne Greene moved to the big city, he'd settle here. My home is in south Seattle, conveniently located 10 min from SeaTac airport and 15 min from downtown.
This house was built in the 40's by a prominent Seattle lawyer (who apparently went to Harvard - there are Harvard tiles surrounding the fireplace downstairs). At the time, this was the only house in the area, heavily wooded and with horses, overlooking the valley. Tall trees still surround the property. Story goes that he later reserved the entire 1962 Seattle World's Fair for an afternoon, rounded up all the nearby families with children and took them to the fair, then returned them all to this house to eat catered Chinese food and watch old Laurel and Hardy movies. It's that kind of house, with unique history and good memories.
Zugang für Gäste
Two days before you arrive, I'll give you a code for my front door - you can then arrive and come and go as you please!
The following spaces are available for you: your bedroom, your own bathroom (which is next to your bedroom but with a separate entrance two steps away), the kitchen, dining room, and the living room. The living room has a baby grand piano, smart tv, record player, Amazon prime video, and gas fireplace. If you'll be staying for a while and need to do laundry, let me know.
I provide coffee, tea, fruit, cereal, beer, and LaCroix for you.
My bedroom is upstairs. I come and go frequently, so we may or may not see each other. But if we do, rest assured, I am a nice guy, a gentleman really, and will be respectful of your space.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I am available if you need any assistance. I will also send you my phone # so you can text with any questions. You are welcome to hang out and chat or keep to yourself. No pressure. And please don't feel like you're quarantined to your bedroom. My house is lovely, and you should enjoy it.
Weitere wichtige Infos
The house is near the airport and the freeway, so you can hear planes and traffic when outside. Inside the house, it's fairly quiet, though you can still hear the planes, depending on which runway they are using.
Also, the house can get quite hot when the weather temperature in Seattle reaches 85+ C. (Which is not common, but it happens.) The room has a fan, but like most older homes in Seattle, there's no air conditioning.
No cooking with fire.
No smoking / vaping in the house.