About this listing
Stellar new modern new construction with roof deck, and 3 full bedrooms and baths! 88 walkscore! You'll have the whole home to yourself.
We prefer longer stays. 4 nights or longer for dates passing through weekends.
Cool new construction in Wallingford! From the innovative Plan Room of Build Urban, this ultra-efficient home achieves 5-Star Built-Green rating - triple pane windows, HRV unit for interior air quality, low VOC paint/sealants, pervious pavement & concrete floors with radiant heat throughout. Elegant exposed beams & open stairs with custom metal rails. Dream kitchen w/ island, stainless appliances and gas 5 burner range. Unreal city views for from the huge (private) rooftop deck.
Central Wallingford location. Walk everywhere. Gas Works, Troll, Fremont, 45th street shops and restaurants, Green Lake.
Things you want to know: 3 bedrooms, garage parking, and room for another car out front. roof top deck with sink and stunning city + lake views. The small looking bedroom in the photos is small. But, it has a walk-in closet so plenty of room for your things.
Furnishings are modern and clean, but the sheets are new, fresh, and comfortable. Enjoy the open kitchen / living area layout.
NOTES: this is a new home, so we're constantly making small additions and refinements.
queen size airbed & convertible sofa (full futon pictured) for additional guests for up to 4 more additional guests. 3 queen beds.
85 walk score - very walkable.
Centrally located in Wallingford, this free-standing home (no shared walls) is 7 blocks to lively 45th street in Wallingford with a range of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and eclectic shopping. First of many coffee shops is 3 blocks away. Famous Gas Works Park, Lake Union (seaplanes and paddle boats), Burke Gilman Trai (run, bike, blade)l, Fremont (The Troll and Center of the Universe) are all an easy walk.
Green lake is 10 blocks (jog the 3 mile loop or paddle in the lake). 2 miles to Husky Stadium. The following neighborhoods are closer than 10 minutes - Ballard, Fremont, Greenlake, Belltown, Pike's Place Market, Pioneer Square, Queen Anne, Capitol Hill and Montlake. 2 minutes to 99. 5 minutes to I5. Easy access to buses and public transportation.
Wi-Fi, cable, washer dryer included.
whole home, to themselves. access via key box kept onsite.
Interaction with Guests
I don't live in town, but am always just a call, text, e-mail away.
Wallingford - one of Seattle best and most central neighborhoods in Seattle. Adjacent to Fremont, the U District, and Green Lake. Easy access to 99 & 5. Not far from 520 bridge. to the east side (bellevue, redmond, kirkland)
There is a 1 car garage. Close to multiple bus routes. Street parking is available, but observe parking signs. Angle of the drive way is a bit steep and doesn't accommodate all cars.
Other Things to Note
We have a preference for longer stays: 4 nights during fall / winter / spring). 6 nights+ May - September.
Though, if there are gaps in the calendar between bookings, we will consider shorter stays.
We try to avoid saturday check-in / check-outs as they break up weekends.
Higher rates may apply for memorial day, 4th of july, labor day, and UW graduation, thanksgiving, christmas, NYE.
No parties or events.
no smoking, no pets, no glitter, no abrasive cleaners on stainless steel, no parties or events.
About the Host, Seth
I'm a global traveler with an appreciation for architectural details and delicious street foods. I own a home in Seattle that I rent full-time, and have an apartment here in SF where I rent either the extra bedroom or the whole house
If you're considering coming as a guest without a full itinerary, I can give you the local scoop on a lot of great activities that you won't read about online or in your guide books. Or, if you know the area or have it all figured out, that's cool too.
As a guest, I know that Hosts make the best guests since we treat homes as if they were our own and take extra care to return everything as it was found.
When I'm not hosting, I might be out running, rowing (seattle), cycling, or wearing down the tread on my hiking boots. Either that, or perched on a neighborhood barstool catching up with the gang.