Great for Groups! 2 Family Home W/Car in the City!

Front garden with roses, raspberries, organic vegg
Front garden with roses, raspberries, organic veggLiving and Dining, gas fireplace, books, games, stSpacious, fully-equipped kitchen, with gas stove,Master Bedroom, wonderfully comfortable King bed wSunny second bedroom, Queen bed, desk, large closeDining Room. Table seats six to ten.Bamboo secluded deck, perfect for summer dinners.Downstairs -3rd bedroom, hand-carved four poster qDownstairs - living room with two futon couches, bDownstairs - Kitchen, gas stove, all the amenitiesDownstairs - outdoor Patio with herb and flower gaDownstairs- Mountain bike, large, fully fenced bac"Sherman," a fantastic Saab 900 to zip around townSeattle is a relatively small city. Downtown is le

From $214 / night

Seattle, WA
Great for Groups! 2 Family Home W/Car in the City!
3 bedrooms
14 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 14
Type: Home
Per night: $250 - $375
Per week: $1,500 - $2,150
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Seattle vacation home rental
Featuring a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces, and two separate floors each with all amenities, Truly Central Guest house is a unique hideaway in the middle of the city that reflects a love of art, gardening and the comforts of home. Truly Central can accommodate one or two families, wedding parties, reunions, or any occasion for family, friends or groups to gather together. With all beds, and futons in use, the house can sleep 14 people. Truly Central also comes with "Sherman," a fantastic Saab 900 to zip around town in.

Upstairs features a spacious, open living and dining area, w/ full size dining table, gas fireplace, library of excellent books, sound system, full bath, and large fully equipped kitchen w/ dishwasher. The Kitchen opens to a small, private, deck, perfect for summer dinners. An adorable front porch with hammock, looks over an enchanting front yard with herb and vegetable garden. King bed in the master, Queen in the second bedroom, and two queen futon couches in the living room.
Downstairs is a large bedroom with gorgeous, Indonesian four poster, living room with dining room table, two queen size futon couches, 3/4 bath, and a lovely, sunny kitchen which opens up to a large, private back yard, vegetable and herb garden, and spacious patio.

Truly Central's two floors are connected by a tucked away indoor stairway, which can offer either a sense of privacy between floors or a wonderful up and down sense of community and shared space.

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Area Information
Truly Central is located between Seattle's Historic Central District, and Capitol Hill. Both neighborhoods are known for their innovative business communities, artistic tendencies, exceptional food, and direct proximity to the pulse points of Seattle. The bus stop is half a block away from the house, and a five minute bus-ride or a brisk walk takes you to the heart of downtown. Capitol Hill, is an eclectic enclave of thriving clubs, coffee-houses, thrift stores, natural food co-ops, museums, original shops and lovely parks. It's also home to the Frye Art Museum, where American and European paintings can be viewed for free, and the elegant Seattle Asian Art Museum, with its renowned collection of works from Japan, China, Korea, India, and Thailand, housed in a 1933 art moderne structure in Volunteer Park.

There is an excellent yoga studio, with a full roster of drop-in classes just four blocks away from the house, (free class on Sat!), about eight more yoga studios within a ten minute radius, and also Meredith Matthews, the YMCA with soul, a mere five minute drive or short bike ride away.

Four blocks in the other direction, on Union, is The Central Cinema, Seattle's only pizza & beer movie theater, a local place where you can enjoy good food to eat, a cold beer and fun, indie movies. Admission $5.00. On the same block is 20/20 Cycles where you can rent a bike for the day or or just sit on the couch by the fire, chat with cyclists and drink tea.

Walk 15 minutes to the South and you will enter the International District, featuring a plethora of exceptionally delicious Asian restaurants and shops. (Recommendations below!) The International District and the Central District are the city's two oldest surviving residential areas and are full of historic buildings and landmarks that have unique, vibrant atmospheres to accompany their rich histories. Over a century old, immigrants from all over the world made their homes in these neighborhoods. The vibrant mix of European, African and Asian settlers left an incredibly rich abundance of small businesses and eateries that derive their influences from the owners' homelands.

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Oct 01 2015 Mar 31 2017 $250 $250 $1,500 - 4 Nights
Apr 01 2016 Sep 30 2017 $375 $375 $2,150 - 1 Week
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