This is a basement apartment with a fenced yard, perfect for a dog.
A quiet neighborhood in an urban area. Near downtown, the UW and the 520 freeway. Walk one block to either the 43 or 48 bus lines, or walk three blocks to a local grocer.
This is a beautiful basement apartment in the North East Capitol Hill neighborhood. While it is a quiet area, it is very centrally located, with both downtown Seattle and the University of Washington very nearby.
While this is a quiet space, you will be able to to hear some noise from the tenants on the floor above you; it is, after all, a basement apartment. Hearing some footsteps and sounds from the floor above will be normal, although the ceiling is insulated with an audio dampening material.
Accès des voyageurs
New laundry appliances, your own kitchen, a private and fenced back yard with a propane grill, a fire pit, a table and six chairs.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I generally meet each guest to give them the keys and go over the household rules. Sometimes I am not able to meet guests in person and provide a keybox with a combination for the guests to access the unit.
I am always happy to provide information about the area and answer questions; I am a native Seattleite and knowledgeable about much of the area.
As noted in another area of this listing, this is a basement apartment, and it is possible to hear the tenants on the main floor. It's not distracting, but I want to ensure that anyone staying in this unit knows about this before arriving.
If these tenants are being loud after 10pm, please alert your host.
Guests are expected to be quiet after 10pm.
Smoking is permitted outside only.
While the fire pit is large, under no circumstances should it be used to make a fire that is large enough to ignite something outside of the fire pit.
Pets (especially dogs) are welcomed!
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