Wallingford House 4622 near 45th

House - Entire home/apt · 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98105, United States

This house is now available to rent by the month or by the year and is unfurnished.

The Space

The whole house including the studio is now available to rent by the month or by the year and is unfurnished.
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A working studio located in my basement with a bedroom, kitchen and full bath. A block and a half off of 45th. Free Wi-fi. Street parking. Open, spacious, well-lit, good natural lighting, newly renovated downstairs studio with private entrance! This studio has all the conveniences of a hotel room and more: kitchenette with full sized fridge, electric cooktop, full bathroom with a Japanese style deep soaking tub.

The art studio part of the basement takes up what was the living room area, but only used when visitors aren't renting the space. There is a kitchen island that can seat three for meals. There are a set of stairs that you will need to negotiate each time you come in or out of the basement.

We are very close to Greenlake. Easy access to I-5 and local bus lines; 12 minutes to the University District and 25 minutes to downtown by bus. 3-10 minute walk to coffee shops, bars, and corner grocery. 20-minute walk to Greenlake. Bike everywhere easily.

There is a very convenient laundromat just at the end of the street that also has laundering services!

Japanese students and tourists are welcome. 日本の学生と観光客はOKです。

I have posted some videos on YouTube called Wallingford Studio 4622 Tour. This will give a good sense of the space.

I have great recommendations for spa treatments and massage with licensed providers to make your occassion even more restful.

PLEASE READ BELOW
I appreciate all the inquiries, but unfortunately I cannot hold inquiries on the calendar. The studio calendar fills up very quickly. You must make a reservation in order to guarantee your time at the studio. I respond usually within a few hours and reservations are purely on a first-come-first-serve basis regardless of when the inquiries come in. Please read Pricing and Terms.

Although we've had no complaints, I do have a 8 year old in the house (who is very mature and quiet). While our downstairs studio is awesome and soundproofing was installed in 2004 when it was remodeled, it is not fully soundproof.

The ceiling height is 83” but there is one area in the bedroom where the duct work is lower (72”, 6ft) and for those of you that are lucky enough to be that tall, you might bump your noggin. Please be careful.

The private entrance to the studio is in the back and can be accessed from either side of the house. You will have to walk across grass to get to the studio. It is about 6-8 paces. Sometimes it rains a lot in Seattle and the grass will be very wet. Street parking only.

I do have feather pillows and wool blankets. If you have allergy inclinations to these, I'd be happy to remove them. Although you may also want to reconsider my studio. I just want to make sure everyone's stay is a pleasant one!

Looking forward to hosting you!

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Minimum Stay: 7 nights
Weekly Price: $700 /week
Monthly Price: $3800 /month
Security Deposit: $1500
Check In: 7:00 PM
Check Out: 4:00 PM
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Cancellation: Strict

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  • The reservation was canceled 20 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    December 2013
  • Excellent place, great location, and accommodating/very friendly landlord/owner.
    Completely satisfactory stay and I have only good things to say!
    Highly recommended.

    November 2013
  • The house is in a wonderful location and was a great place to stay for a week while we looked for a long term rental. Adorable little basement with everything you need! Megan was super flexible with us and very easy to work with.

    November 2013
  • Had an enjoyable stay. Clean, cozy space in a beautiful, classic Northeast neighborhood.

    October 2013
  • Megan's basement studio was a perfect fit for our trip to Seattle. Clean, stylish, and the perfect location! The street was almost never crowded and we could find parking each evening within a block radius of the house. Overall the experience was GREAT! Megan was most helpful when I lost the confirmation email and a quiet upstairs neighbor. Thanks Megan!

    October 2013
  • I booked this stay for my San Jose friends. Megan was a pleasure and easy to work with in setting up the stay on their behalf. Bottom line: Great accommodations for the price and location. Wallingford is a fine n-hood, very central with easy access to the best of Seattle's attributes. Check-in time will be a challenge for many travelers (such as my friends who were unable to get in before 7 pm). While Megan provides an explanation in her materials, there are two back doors from which to choose. This was initially confusing for my friends. Tip: the studio door is the more hidden one. I would definitely use Megan's place again should the need arise.

    October 2013
  • Was here for four nights recently with my boyfriend and we had such a comfortable stay. The space is really lovely and clean-- really nice place to return to if you are sight seeing during the day, it has everything you will need. It is a 20min bus ride to and from the city and while we stayed we made use of the nearby 7-11, QFC, and laundromat-- so convenient. Dick's drive-in is also nearby and we tried Molly Moon's ice cream, Tea House Kuan Yin and Issian izakaya on 45th, all wonderful and close by. (Also Tilth restaurant!) Megan is super nice and responsive.

    September 2013
  • Really nice studio in a very convenient vibrant community.

    September 2013
  • We had a lovely stay! This was our first time in Seattle and really
    enjoyed our experience.
    The place is clean and spacious. There's even a workshop for art projects (that we didn't use but enjoyed as part of the environment). The bath tub is large and nice.
    The location is near bus stops (that takes you directly downtown), few block away from restaurants (Thai Toms is an amazing ), and close to a cute parks and nature. We will definitely stay there again for future visits.

    September 2013
  • Megan's studio fit our week in Seattle perfectly. Location-wise, we could walk to Wallingford and the University District, it is close to bus stops, and if you want to drive, it's close to I5 but far enough away that you don't hear freeway noise! The studio is completely well furnished and comfortable. A good bed, a great bath tub, a ceramic stove and anything you might need in the kitchen, including some non-perishable staples that are really helpful if you want to cook in. Wifi was also important to us. And parking was relable. She is on a quiet narrow street, and we did not always get a spot immediately in front of the house, but there was always something close. Best of all, Megan is responsive to texts and emails, even if she's temporarily in Japan! She has an eye for adding beauty, and you can now enjoy a beautiful back yard.

    September 2013
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English, Español, Français, 中文, 日本語
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Carondelet High School, Saint Maur International School, Lewis & Clark College, San Francisco State University, UW
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Tableau Software, REI, Groupon, (website hidden), GoAhead Software, Japanese Network, Macromedia, Macromedia, Silicon Graphics
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I am American, but grew up in Japan. I used to be a user experience designer, but now am working for Tableau Software as an International Marketing Coordinator. My son and I are pretty quiet and are gone mostly during the day. Sometimes I work from home, but not more than once a week. During the summer, my son has a number of camps that he attends. I like to run and play ultimate frisbee. I love yoga. I can't live without good coffee. When I have time to cook, Asian noodle or curry dishes are my favorite. Some of my favorite music is by Brian Eno, David Bryne and Laura Veirs. I also like Vampire Weekend and Death Cab for Cutie.
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