*Welcome to Thomas Lodge "Vermont"! You will feel right at home in this bright 1 bedroom home on the second floor of a building with just 4 units. Located on a quiet street just a few short blocks from bus lines that will take you to Seattle's numerous neighborhoods.
*~ What You Will Love ~*
*Parking spot in garage
*Lots of natural light
*Window air conditioner in Master & Living Room
*Balcony off of the Living room
*Electronic keyless entry
*Central location in Seattle's Madison Valley
*Sleeps up to 4 (queen sleeper sofa)
*5 Star Hospitality
The condo opens to the kitchen and living area. The open concept living area/kitchen features a dining table for 4 (expands to accommodate more), wall-mounted television with robust DirecTV package, queen size sleeper sofa (very comfortable mattress!) and a kitchen counter with three bar stools. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, oven, electric range and microwave. There is a small outdoor deck off of the living room. The bright, open floor plan is inviting and comfortable.
* BEDROOM *
Down the hall from the living area is the bedroom. It is furnished with a king size bed and two nightstands, a chest of drawers and closet. There is plenty of natural light from the windows, but shades provide adequate darkness for lazy mornings sleeping in.
* BATHROOM *
The full bathroom sits just outside the bedroom, as does a linen closet.
* LAUNDRY *
There is a full-size stackable washer and dryer available for your use in the unit.
* PARKING *
This rental includes one dedicated, secure off-street parking spot in the garage just below the building(and plentiful free street parking for additional vehicles). Additional garage parking may be available with prior arrangement.
* GUEST ACCESS *
Access to the home is provided without a cumbersome lock box or key exchange. Instead, you will choose a 4 digit code, and the electronic lock to the home will be programmed work your code for the duration of your stay.
* YOUR HOSTS *
Your hosts, Andy and Lynne, live right down the block. We are here to welcome you and help you with any of your needs during your stay. We are happy to offer you advice for sightseeing, restaurant recommendations, and even some budget saving tips. Guests will receive, in advance, our comprehensive homemade visitors' guide to Seattle, packed with our personal recommendations for dining, activities, and much more. Plan to cook during your stay? By special advanced arrangement (subject to availability), we will fulfill your grocery list and have your home stocked for your arrival.
Each unit in this building has been decorated to pay homage to a meaningful location from our past. This home has a Vermont theme, with tasteful and playful decor celebrating Lynne's childhood New England home.*
** THE NEIGHBORHOOD *
Your hosts made Madison Valley their home when first settling in Seattle ... and haven't looked back since. We love walking the streets of this neighborhood, and we will gladly suggest fun walks depending on your interests. Stroll to the beach at Madison Park. Walk by multi-million dollar estates. Discover hidden neighborhood gems such as the farmhouse with horses in the yard and the home that doubles as an eclectic art studio and antique truck gallery. Take a walk through the fabled Arboretum to Lake Washington.
Enjoy the countless restaurants that Madison Valley ("Little Paris") has to offer. In addition to French gems, try our favorite tapas restaurant or the best Japanese food east of Tokyo. Grab a morning coffee in one of the numerous bakeries.
Our home provides easy access to Downtown (Pikes Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Great Wheel), Seattle Center (Space Needle, Chihuly Glass Museum), South Lake Union (MOHAI), University of Washington, and Capitol Hill. All are accessible by car, bus (numerous bus lines a few blocks from home), or for the adventurous, by foot.
* GETTING AROUND *
We live a few short blocks from bus lines that will take you to Seattle's numerous neighborhoods (Madison Park, Capitol Hill, Downtown, Belltown, Seattle Center, South Lake Union). Queen Anne, Ballard, and Fremont are more easily accessed by car.*