This large, remodeled daylight basement space includes a private entrance, private bedroom with Queen bed and closet, a full bathroom and laundry room, mini fridge, massive tv and comfy couch. At the top of Queen Anne, Downtown is a 5 min drive away.
With a comfortable space for lounging and having guests and a secluded work area complete with a desk, this basement can host those liking to relax with a beer and watch the big game or those looking to do business or explore Seattle. The daylight basements gets lots of natural light.
Disponible para huéspedes
Full access to all basement amenities, including washer/dryer, full bath, bedroom, living room, and desk.
Atención a los huéspedes
I'd be happy to meet every guest and share info on the city and neighborhood I love, but we're a super busy family, so will mostly keep to ourselves in the main upstairs living space.
Otros aspectos destacables
Queen Anne is the perfect central jump-off spot for Seattle. You're within walking distance of the waterfront, South Lake Union, and downtown, but also super close to great sites and neighborhoods like Green Lake, Magnolia, the U-District, and Eastlake.
Well, we live in a dense housing neighborhood with neighbors close on both sides. That means we need to keep the noise down after hours. We're also very strict about no smoking, and of course I'd like to minimize eating on the couch and trying to keep the carpets clean. Other than that, we're pretty chill.
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I've been a Queen Anne resident for a frighteningly long time - 26 years this fall. I raised two kids here, and even though one is 22 and away at college and the other a senior in high school, they both still swear they'll live on Queen Anne. I commute over the bridge to the east side to work as an attorney for a "large technology company," but am a Seattleite through and through. It's a big house, and my daughter and I would be happy to share part of it. We'd be pretty chill hosts, mostly would just do our own thing without much interaction with our occasional guests, though we'd be pleased to have you and show you the ropes.
Life motto? It's in a New Radicals song: You Get What You Give. :)