About this listing
Perfect for visiting family in Seattle. Our mother-in-law apartment is located in the Green Lake/Wallingford area with great parks and restaurants just around the corner. We have a small market (56th Street market) and micro-brewery in the neighborhood (Tangletown Pub). We even have an organic, vegan donut shop around the corner call Mighty O Donuts. And you can get one of the best cups of coffee in Seattle at Zoka's.
There's a bus stop that will get connect you to the rest of Seattle.
Walking Family Paradise
Our Mother-In-Law Apartment gives has a separate entrance offering the privacy and freedom to roam at will. The apartment offers:
•Bathroom with Laundry
•Bedroom with Queen-Sized Bed
Ideal for anybody that enjoys walking and parks. The futon couch in the living room folds into a single bed offering sleeping space. Our apartment houses 2 adults or a family of 4 comfortably.
Then get out and take that walk and explore the area. Walk past baseball games up to Woodland Park Zoo. Follow the Burke-Gillman Trail along the north shore of Lake Union to the university of Washington. Carry your groceries back from Wallingford and make a meal at home. Or go around the corner and get something at Tangletown Pub while sipping some Seattle’s best micro -brewed beer.
If you’re tired of walk you can catch the Number 62 Bus to Seattle Center and Downtown Seattle. You’ll be on the Seattle waterfront of Elliot Bay in about 25 minutes. No parking needed.
Your Host Ralph works is an artist with deep connections to Seattle. If you are interested in art their will be some hanging around the apartment. And Ralph can point you in the right direction for the Seattle art scene.
If you want to be creative Ralph offers a day package of photo shooting around Seattle and collaborative artwork creation. You can see examples of artwork pos
Hopefully you’ll stay with us and we can find you find what you are looking for in Seattle.
The apartment has a separate entrance that give our guest lots of privacy. The entrance opens to our backyard garden.
Interaction with guests
Ralph will welcome you and get you settled into the apartment. Once you have the key you are free to come and go as you please. If you have any questions or needs just let us know.
In the early 1900's Seattle had a thriving streetcar system that serviced the entire city. Tangletown was the major transfer point for the streetcar system with all roads leading to the area. Today those disjointed roads meet in a vibrant community that has a lake, great parks, excellent food, locally brewed beer, fantastic coffee, organic donuts and much more.
Just around the corner from our house is the #62 bus stop. From there you can go directly to downtown Seattle, Seattle Center or . You don't need a car to get anywhere in the city if you are willing to take the bus. however, you may have to make a transfer to get to your final destination.
Other things to note
If you drive to Seattle there is plenty of unrestricted parking on the street. We'll help you navigate the city if you have any questions.
• No Smoking
• Ask If You Need Anything
• Treat Our Apartment Like Your Own
• Say “Hello” When You Have The Chance
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
Hello my name is Ralph. I'm a full-time photographer/graphic design with a life long fascination with Seattle. You can see my (EMAIL HIDDEN) You will also see some of my Seattle work on the walls of the apartment. If you are interested in turning a portion of your visit into a photography workshop that results in artwork you create please let me know. I can definitely help you if you are interested in the Seattle Art scene.
For 30 years Ralph specialized in community-based tropical agriculture. His job took him all over the world. One of the benefits was that he got to meet all kinds of interesting people, something he enjoys. So he can help you find the best, reasonably price ethnic food in Seattle.
I hope we get to meet during one of your stays.