New on rental market after renovation! Duplex in the famous Ballard district - 3-Story property, built in 1926. Great house in a great location! Fully equipped historical building offers all you need for comfortable stay when visiting Seattle. Six Parking Spaces, Large private Backyard with outdoor furniture and grill, Two Laundry Room, Cable TV with build in Chromcast, Newly Furnished, Fully Equipped, Air-conditioned, WiFi, etc. Upper unit: The 3-bedrooms plus bonus room and 2 baths unit on the main and the upper floors. Lower unit: 2-bedroom and 1 bath on the ground floor. Oak hardwood floors, granite counter-tops, wood-burning fireplace, etc. Many contemporary updates, yet we kept the old charm of Ballard grandhouse. Both short or long terms are available. Also available by room. You can see the reviews by unit on both HomeAway and AirBnB. Located in a quite neighborhood near lake and yet just 15 minutes drive from Seattle downtown.
As the Nordic Heritage Museum confirms, this neighborhood remains proud of its Scandinavian roots and hard-working maritime past. The vibe has greatly changed in recent decades, though, with Ballard now known as one of the hottest going-out hubs in town. See & Do: Ballard is known for its Scandinavian heritage, and one of the best places to explore it is at the Nordic Heritage Museum. The neighborhood is also the hub of Seattle's maritime industry thanks to the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and the nearby marina. Underground viewing windows at the locks allow visitors to watch salmon returning to their spawning grounds using the fish ladders. Eat: Ballard Avenue is a registered historic district, and the shady street is lined with hip restaurants. As the center of the city's maritime industry, Ballard's restaurants specialize in seafood, and visitors can dine on the fresh catch of the day at Ray's Boathouse or Chinook's at Salmon Bay. On Sundays, the neighborhood has a farmers market throughout the year. Party: Ballard's hip nightlife scene centers around Ballard Avenue, where you'll find a collection of neighborhood pubs, chic cocktail bars and live music venues, like the Tractor Tavern, or Double T as the locals call it. Head to Ballard Station Public House for Tuesday night trivia. Shop: The very walkable Market Street in Ballard serves as the neighborhood's business district, and you'll find the sidewalks lined with red brick storefronts and galleries. Ballard Avenue is the place to go for home decor and specialty gift shops.
Lower level 918 N 92nd St Seattle, WA 98103 By car: From downtown Seattle, the simplest way into Ballard is to drive north on 1st Ave, veer left at the foot of Queen Anne Hill (where 1st Ave, 1st Ave N and Denny Way meet), then follow the arterial northward until you cross the Ballard bridge. Turn left on NW Market St. For the Phinney-Greenwood corridor, take Aurora Ave. across the bridge, then exit at Green Lake Way; take a left on 46th St., then a right in four blocks onto Greenwood Ave. By bus: Catch the northbound route 40 or D Line on 3rd Ave. Metro buses feature GPS-based destination signs and audio announcements that call out the upcoming stop. D Line continues along 15th Ave NW. Exit the bus at 15th Ave NW and NW Market St (stations are clearly marked), then walk a few blocks westbound on NW Market St. Route 40 goes west on Leary Way NW, meets NW Market St at Ballard Ave NW then turns right and continues on 24th Ave NW. Exit at Market and Ballard Ave. This route takes you to the heart of Ballard's shopping, dining and entertainment district. Routes 17X and 18X are express routes that, like the 40, connect 3rd Ave downtown with Market and Ballard. While faster, express routes offer limited stops and operate on commute timetables. Route 44 goes from the University District (where it connects to, or turns into, the 43 to Capitol Hill and Downtown) to Ballard via N. 45th St and continues down Market. Route 5 runs from 3rd Ave. downtown up to Phinney Ridge and Greenwood.