Welcome to my 5-story, built-green loft! We are located about 1 mile outside downtown with easy access to Seattle attractions. This is a modern, roomy space for offered exclusively to professionals, *quiet* groups, and friends & families traveling together. I love this area because even though it is so close to the action, it's still a calm area in a modern, peaceful community.
Check in: 3pm
Check out: 11am
(Early check in/late check out can only be confirmed the night before the booking.)
I'm sorry, but my neighbors and I will NOT tolerate any noisy groups or partying in any of the units. (Noise complaints from neighbors will result in a $250 fine.) My suggestion is that you look farther south or north outside the urban density found in Central Seattle and double check with the host about your plans.
Back to the fun stuff! This loft soars 5 stories tall. Not only do the different levels give guests room to have some space of their own for sleeping, the large & open living area has a big 50" TV and room to gather for meals and games.
Yesler has easy access to bike lanes, scenic bike routes and the I-90 bridge. The loft has room to store your bikes indoors.
This Loft is great for:
* Business travelers who want space to work or relax
* Quiet groups and families - (again, no parties or non-residential noises)
* Fans who want to attend games at Safeco or CenturyLink Fields
I'll meet you at the loft when you arrive and give you a tour and your key. You may park at the dedicated compact spot in the courtyard of our building (watch out for little kids!) If you have a larger group, let me know how many singles / double you have so I can make up your extra beds as needed. PLEASE ENSURE that you have booked for the total number of guests in your party so that the property is set up correctly for your stay.
Cleanliness is something I take very seriously. The unit is professionally cleaned and inspected by me after each guest checks out.
* Up to 7 beds so you can sleep separately
* 50" TV set w/cable
* Apple TV
* Comfy mattress toppers, linens and pillows
* Poker table / Pop-a-shot basketball
* 1 dedicated COMPACT parking space
* Pantry stocked with goodies and lots of coffee & tea options
* Lovely master, en suite with soaking tub and separate shower
* 2200 sq feet (670 sq meters) of living space
* Washer/dryer/dishwasher and all detergents
* Modern green design with solar heating
* 20’ ceilings and tall, bright windows
* Bus access directly out front
* Apple Computer and printer
* Indoor bike storage and bicycle pump
* Washer, dryer (and detergent)
* 2 rice cookers (and rice)
* Clean pack & play cot for your wee one
* 2 razor scooters (parent waiver required)
The layout at a glance:
* Floor 1: Entrance, game room
* Floor 2: 2 twin beds, poker table
* Floor 3: Large living space and open kitchen, 1 convertible sofa & 1 cot (both with comfy mattresses)
* Floor 4: Bedroom with 1 full & 1 twin bed
* Floor 5: Master suite with queen
Across the street is Pratt Park - with covered meeting areas for functions, picnic tables with BBQ grills or just to hang out at the playground. In the summer there is a little water play feature for the kids.
After you book, please let me know that you have read and understand my noise policies and house rules. Please take a few moments and give me a sense of the purpose of your trip and who you are traveling with.
My son and I go each year to visit our family in Portugal. We love to travel! And we take that trip as an opportunity to visit a new place each year. I always look for a place to stay that has great character and can give me an idea of what it would feel like to live there.
Seattle is my adopted city. I moved here in '94 (right out of RISD) and am originally from Austin. I love the temperate summers (except, where are the temperate summers??) It's a great city, just don't tell anyone.
Jessie Jones purchased this townhome in 2013
Our loft is located in the historical Skid Road area in Seattle (Central District). Before the turn of the century sawmills in this area would "skid" the logs down the main route (Yesler Way) down the steep hills into the Pioneer Square / International District area.
That's not all 19th and Yesler is famous for! Sir Mix-a-Lot grew up in this very intersection and sang about his experiences in his music. I would quote lyrics here but about all I can repeat is the partial phrase "19th and Yesler boy da...", well Google it if you really want to know more.
Grab some coffee at the coffee shop down the street. You can hop over to the international district for hand-made dumplings and noodles or head to Capitol Hill for crispy chicken sandwiches with Bacon Jam. (Did I mention that we are food-obsessed?)
Bus #27 stops in front of our unit and we are 5 blocks from the First Hill Street Car. An Uber to the waterfront shouldn't be more than about $7 or so.
There aren't many properties like this loft. We are a green-certified, award-winning urban live + work space. and offer a clean, modern space that can work for executives, groups, families and events. The space has 5 levels for living, sleeping, eating and playing (Pop-a-Shot basketball hoop game and a poker table for you to enjoy). Kitchen is stocked with treats and even some local wine for you to enjoy. Sorry, this is a family community and no parties are allowed. $250 fine for noise violations.
We enjoyed our stay at Jessie's loft, even though it was a short one. The loft was clean, comfortable and super modern. I liked sitting out on the balcony with my coffee and people watching. The pop o shot basketball was a blast for the kids and adults.
It's lots of stairs, which provided excellent privacy for our grp, but be prepared to acend! Urban oasis. Thanks for the hospitality, Jessie!
We had a wedding in Seattle on Saturday night and wanted to find a place to come home to after the festivities. This unit is 5 stories high with more than enough beds for eight people. The full kitchen was great too!
Myself and four other girlfriends were taking a trip to Seattle from Portland for the weekend. Two of us had birthdays to celebrate. Overall, it was a great trip! The owner met us there to get us checked in and provide a tour. The pictures were a little deceiving. It's much smaller than what the pictures make it look, but still a cool home. It's actually a community of townhouse/ row house style homes and from the picture thought it was a stand alone building. The whole property is very compact and parking is not good. We had an SUV and it wouldn't fit in the provided space, so we had to park on the very busy street. Pros of the house: Different, cool, urban, green, well stocked (besides the Keurig that wasn't really a Keurig that between the 5 of us could never get to work), good location, owner was friendly. Cons of the house: Apple TV took all 5 of us at least an hour to get the settings correct to be usable. We're all in our 30's and pretty hip, so it's not like we're technologically challenged. The worst part about the house was that upon our arrival, there was a sign in the kitchen that said whisper after 9. Really? During the tour, the owner informed us that the most important thing to her is to not have a noise complaint. She basically asked us to stay to one side of the house after hours to keep any noise away from the common wall. She asked us not to walk to loudly up the wooden stairs, all 5 levels! She asked us not to talk too loud or laugh too loud after hours. This would have all been fine had we been informed of the overly sensitive rules before deciding to book here and were ok with them. She was aware of the group going up, the amount of people and the reason for the trip. Knowing all those things, I think it would have been wise and courteous to state the rules and expectations and the sensitivity of the property during our communications, before we committed, paid and arrived. It was a Friday and Saturday and we were in Seattle to go out and party. Well, we got a call from the owner on Sunday morning that the neighbor complained. I felt bad, but again with the nature of the property, thin walls, unfinished very loud floorboard floors and an echo that travels thorough out the whole house, I feel this whisper only rule should be very clear in the advertisement or at least In the communications prior to booking. Still a neat house. Better suited for families with bedtimes, or older groups fit enough for 5 levels:)
A very unique property with amazing views of downtown Seattle. A funky neighborhood barbecue joint next-door. Coffee shops up the block.
It was a great that the host met us. Like that personal touch. Will stay again.
Great location for Seahawks Centurylink Stadium or the Mariners Safeco Field Stadium. Fast Uber, streetcar or bus access to downtown, International District, Pioneer Square and Capitol Hill. Close to and ferries.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
for 1 night
|Notes: Rates are based on 4 guests; add £31 per night, per additional guest|
|Cleaning fee||£76 + Tax|
|Property Damage Protection||£47|