This is a newly remodeled, one-bedroom apartment rented only as a short-term and vacation rental. Located in an owner occupied, three-unit building, in a residential neighborhood a few blocks from the heart of downtown Ballard. It is a first floor unit with a flight of eight stairs leading to the private entrance with keyless entry. All the essential amenities for a comfortable stay are provided including a full-kitchen, with new coffee maker, electric kettle, toaster, microware, and dishwasher. The living room has a full-size, sleeper sofa, the bedroom has queen-size bed, bathroom includes full-size tub and shower, a full-size washer and dryer, clothes and storage closets, and a small private patio with gas-grill is accessible from the bedroom. Off-street parking is located in the driveway in front of the apartment. Satellite TV and WIFI network are included.
You will have access to the whole apartment. There is parking on the right side of the driveway for your use. The patio is exclusive to your apartment, the remaining backyard is available and shared with building.
Interaction with Guests
The apartment is part of a triplex and we live in the top apartment. If you need anything we will be happy to help.
Ballard is a great walk able neighborhood with many things to do from casual walks, and bicycling on the Burke Gilman Trail, to boating on the Puget Sound. The apartment is only short stroll from the Ballard Locks and Botanical Gardens, or if you'd like a longer walk, there is Golden Gardens is just a bit further down the Burke Gillman Trail.
Ballard has a great variety of unique and locally owned restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, breweries and bakeries, and a “first-run" Movie Theater. It is a short walk to some of the most popular local favorites such as Café Besalu, Tall Grass Bakery, Toast Café, The Market Arms Pub, and The Tractor Tavern, to name a few of our favorites. The QFC Grocery Store with gourmet and organic food selections is just a block and a half down the street.
Major Bus Lines are less than two blocks away and include direct bus routes to University of Washington on Bus Route 44, and Downtown Seattle on Routes 40 and 18. The last segment of the Burke Gilman Bike Trail is a short ride.
It is a child-friendly house. Please no smoking. No pets allowed. No parties allowed.
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit