Gorgeous professionally-designed 850 square foot suite with private entrance in a classic 1909 Seattle home. Beautiful gardens and an official backyard Wildlife Sanctuary. 5 min. walk to light rail and great access to the airport, downtown, mountains, parks, restaurants, pubs, cafes, and yoga. LGBTQ-friendly. Free parking.
Please read and respect the following house rules:
One or two adult guests only. The suite is unsuitable for guests traveling with children.
No smoking anywhere on the property.
Please respect the peaceful nature of the house and garden.
Kindly remove shoes upon entry into the suite. We like to maintain a “shoeless” space.
Wash all kitchen items you have used and place them in the drying rack on the kitchen counter.
Please do not cook overly-aromatic foods, such as fish.
Close and lock all windows and doors each time you leave the suite.
Check-in is after 3 pm. Check-out is by 11am.
Please keep the space as tidy as you found it.
Thanks and I look forward to hosting you!
Schooled in finance and environmental science in Ohio, I've made my home in beautiful Seattle for the last 25 years. I've spent the last 20 of them lovingly restoring my home by blending the charm of a 108-yr old house with modern amenities. I've surrounded my home with a private garden that is an official backyard Wildlife Sanctuary as designated by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
I love creating cool spaces using a minimalist approach. I've also remodeled the upstairs floor, which I use for my Acupuncture and Thai yoga massage office. I love when clients and friends walk through the door, breathe a deep sigh, and say "This place is amazing. Can I live here?!!"
When I'm not working and teaching workshops to other massage therapists, I'm spending time with my awesome boyfriend, in my garden, on my mt. bike, at the gym, doing research, making stuff with my hands, exploring the world, and being goofy.
Favorite places I've traveled include Bali, Czech Republic, Greece, Laos, Nepal, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain and Thailand. I also love exploring the great Pacific Northwest and love playing in the woods on Whidbey Island. My short list for travel includes Austria, Iceland, Japan, Scotland, Slovenia, and Vietnam.
Motto #1: Live a life of balance including work and play.
Motto #2: Do one day. Finish it. Then do the next when it comes.