About the property
- Apartment500 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Well-located Apartment with outside entrance on the upper level of 1925 Craftsman duplex...next door to Uptown Espresso, and no need for a car (walk score of 95)! The master is spacious and there are Queen beds in both bedrooms! Fully equipped Kitchen with dishwasher and Renewed Bathroom with tub and shower. Great West Seattle location adjacent to the Alaska Junction which has dozens of restaurants (Ephesus, Jaks, Mashikos, Lee's Asian, Tran Bros) and Safeway/Starbucks, QFC & Trader Joe's, shopping, sports bars & pubs. Excellent transit: Rapidride to downtown (15 minutes) and the #22 & #560 buses to/from airport (45 minutes) to West Seattle Junction. Check King County Trip Planner (website hidden) for Metro buses, light rail, water taxi and ferry services.
Entire apartment and fenced backyard with BBQ for grilling. There is shared laundry/dryer in the basement as well.
This is family owned property that we absolutely care about. We are looking for respectful and cool guests who want to enjoy West Seattle and all it's beauty while sharing our space. Host is kind retired father of our family who lives in the cottage behind the house. Say hi if you see him and feel free to consult him about restaurants, sightseeing, and transportation.
Be aware that there are other people dwelling just below you in the lower apartment. We prefer to have guests who are conscientious of others.
We have an iron, ironing board, and hair dryer for your convenience. Enjoy The Hideout!
This is the best neighborhood in West Seattle. Access cafes, bars, restaurants, local shopping, and the farmers market. Wind down the hill to incredible Alki Beach!
VERY convenient public transportation! Check out King County Trip Planner for Buses, Light Rail and Ferries to/from downtown and the airport (destination is Alaska Junction). With walk score of 95 you don't really need a car, and parking is on the street in front.
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- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 22, 2018
About Mike Sullivan
Hi, The Hideout is family owned. Bob (featured to the left in the photo) is my dad, and lives in "The Cottage" behind The Hideout. He is a nice guy - be sure to say hi if you see him on the property. He is also a great wealth of information for info about visiting Seattle. He grew up in Seattle and has explored most of the area. I am featured to the left in the photo. I also live in West Seattle and can be a good resource during your stay. I am an avid triathlete, alpine climber, and surfer. Always happy to host people in our great city. My brother Joe is the other family member who is part of the The Hideout team. He too lives in West Seattle with his wife and three kids. So, you can probably tell that we are pretty tight knit and care about our home and guests. We hope you enjoy your stay.
Mike Sullivan purchased this Apartment in 2014
Why Mike Sullivan chose Seaview
The Hideout has unparalleled access to "The Junction." The Junction is the hippest part of West Seattle and boasts the best restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, bakeries, shopping, grocery stores and Seattle culture around. It is merely steps to most amazing part of the city.
What makes this Apartment unique
The Hideout allows you access to the best parts of the city, while being a nice private getaway. You don't hear alot of commotion, but feel the quant sense of the residential neighborhood just bordering the junction.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Cozy, centrally located and squeaky clean!
Great stay! The apartment was extremely clean, well appointed, and mike checked in on us a couple times while we were there (by text) to make sure we had everything we needed. Beautiful views down the street to the sound on the couple hours that the clouds lifted😋�. Striking distance to most areas of Seattle within 20-30 minutes. Definitely one to return to!
The Hideout at Alaska Junction Experience
The place is nice and clean and close to downtown Seattle so it was very convenient for us. We enjoyed our stay. Thanks!
Excellent location for West Seattle. Comfortable accommodation, good facilities. The heating system is not easy to control.
Great location and a good place for the price in January
Loved, loved, loved the location. Short, easy walking distance to restaurants, pubs and grocery store. Place was clean. Beds very comfortable. It was the right size for 3 people. Kitchen is a one-person at a time size, but we didn't mind, especially because it came with a dishwasher. Parking was on the street so I wished we had a spot to be more convenient. The heating is old style and we were cold the first night but were rescued with a super space heater the next morning and that helped to keep the place warmed up while we were there. We enjoyed our time in West Seattle!
great overall neighbourhood and host was so friendly and welcoming! House was clean and cute!
Cute& clean perfect for 1 or 2 people
Loved my stay, area is so perfect for walking to anything you want. Including the beach!
I'll be back!
The Hideout is located in the heart of West Seattle, which has amazing access to waterfront in the Puget Sound. One can access the beach quite easily, which provides opportunities for leisurely walks, or enjoy the boardwalk/bike trail, for cycling, rollerblading, running and more. Definitely worth going to Alki beach for all these great activities! There are great outdoor parks for some light hiking, wildlife viewing, and relaxing. Many parks feature playgrounds and opportunities for picnics. Seattle is known for being a naturally beautiful area, which the parks encapsulate. I recommend Lincoln Park as my favorite! In the rainy months, enjoy access to bars, restaurants, shopping, art galleries, breweries and boutiques. You are staying in at the Junction and within walking distance to these great places. I recommend treating yourself to pasteries at Bakery Noveau, a coffee at Uptown Espresso, and a local Seattle brewed beer at Elliot Bay Brewery (all within one block of The Hideout!).