Phinneywood Bungalow - Seattle, WA
Max occupancy: 6
1 Queen Bed,
1 Double Bed
Sleeps 4 comfortably
351 N 73rd Street, Seattle, WA 98103
Lovely, dog-friendly home located in amazing Seattle area!
This adorable, beautifully decorated 1925 bungalow sits perched above the residential street below, offering territorial views of the surrounding neighborhood and a cozy privacy amidst the trees and foliage. A classic Seattle Craftsman, this historic home is perfect for a small family or small group, and dogs are welcome as well, with a small nightly fee! With all the amenities of home, plus terrific walking access to all that the Phinney Ridge and Greenwood neighborhoods have to offer, and easy proximity by car or bus to the rest of beautiful Seattle! Walk your dog just down the street to Green Lake, Seattle's favorite walking trail.
This two bedroom, one bath home has just been redecorated to match and enhance all the sparkling character of the home and the classic Craftsman floor plan. The living room provides a stylish and welcoming space for socializing. The lovely kitchen and dining room, full-size washer/dryer in the (unfinished) basement downstairs, and small backyard with a private sitting area and tranquil fountain provide even more function and enjoyment. There is even a charming "reading studio" accessible via the backyard for some quality quiet time curled up with a book, whenever you feel like escaping from it all. Two cozy bedrooms down the hall from each other, with a full bath in between, complete the picture.
The Phinneywood Bungalow is just down the street from the bustling Phinney Ridge and Greenwood neighborhoods, with many fantastic local options for dining and shopping such as Ken's Market, Herkimer Coffee, Bluebird Ice Cream, and 74th Street Alehouse. Green Lake is just a short 10 minute walk down the hill, and the 2.8 mile trail around the lake is perfect for a midday stroll or jog. This home comes equipped with satellite TV, wifi, and a convenient off-street parking spot!
Washer/dryer : Private
Great location, warm and comfortable with cute furniture. Back yard and tiny house were a huge bonus.
This little craftsman is in an amazing location. Half a block from a great market, pizza, gelato, and coffee. Also, walking distance from Green Lake. The space was clean. It was a little bit small for our family of four (two teen boys) but would be perfect for a family with younger kids. And we really appreciated that they allowed our dogs; the fenced yard and beautiful gardens were a nice treat.
Great little base in an awesome area of Seattle - would happily return at the first opportunity!
Beautiful house not too far from downtown seattle making sight seeing everyday a non hassle. The neighborhood has some cool shops and restaurants that are well worth exploring like Beth’s Cafe and the Green Lake.
Can't say enough about our recent stay at Phinney Ridge. The house was immaculate and well equipped. We were close by to a grocery store and many restaurants. Especially like the Ale House and Thaiku. Beds were comfortable and the fireplace was a great addition. Would not hesitate to stay here again.
Very nice house and in a great location.
We had a lovely time in this beautiful Seattle neighborhood!
Nice tidy place. Close enough to many great Seattle areas like Queen Anne, Ballard, Green Lake, Downtown Seattle.
My husband and I and our two dogs were in town visiting family. This home was perfect for our needs. We loved the fact that e were walking distance to Greenlake, Woodland Park Zoo, lots of great restaurants, and a grocery store. The kitchen was well stocked and the beds very comfy. Would definitely stay here again
We found Phinneywood to be cosy, comfortable and well located- close to bus stations to and from downtown, and a very good local grocery with prepared meals meant we didn't have to cook at all. As winter approached we appreciated the good central heating and the excellent thermal insulation of this cosy bungalow.
My daughter and I had the pleasure of staying in the Phinneywood Bungalow in early October. We were familiar with the neighborhood, and so we already knew that literally everything was just a few steps away from the house. Coffee spots, restaurants, quaint shops, and of course, Ken's Market for groceries and yummies. There really is no better location for access to the Greenwood, Phinney Ridge areas of Seattle, or easy access to anything within the city of Seattle. The house exceeded our expectations. It was immaculate, beautifully decorated, and stocked with everything you could possibly need for your stay -- whether that be a couple of days or an extended period of time. Approaching the bungalow is like walking through a secret garden. The landscaping is stunning. Once inside, the rooms invite you to sit and enjoy, enjoying this your urban retreat and home away-from-home. The living room has a satellite TV, fireplace, and a host of cozy chairs, ottomans, and sofas to curl up with a good book or great cup of coffee. The kitchen truly is a cook's dream - and whether you choose to grab food from one of the restaurants on Greenwood or cook it yourself, you will not lack for any cooking implement. It's all there, right down to the wine cooler. The bedrooms are inviting and super comfortable, with great beds to sink into after a long day of ... whatever strikes your fancy. And if you're lucky enough to plan your stay when the weather is good, that backyard cannot be beat. It's a private oasis of palm trees (yes, even in this climate) and bamboo, with comfortable seating and a darling bird bath to watch the feathered members of the community do their thing. We had an amazing stay here, and I am already planning our next visit back to the Phinneywood Bungalow when we visit Seattle in early 2016.
First off I have to say what a beautiful, well kept example of a craftsman house. Not only was the interior flawless so was the beautiful landscaped front and back yards. My friends and I were very comfortable and it had all the amenities that you would expect. There was also parking in the back through the alley that could fit 1 which was convenient for loading and unloading luggage. That being said one of my favorite things was how close (1 block) walking distance it was from the neighborhood local grocery store, coffee shops, vintage stores, etc. You almost don't even need a car. Also if you didn't feel like driving into downtown and paying for parking you could just walk up 1 block and hop on a bus (#5) that would take you to downtown fairly quickly. I would definitely stay there again and recommend it to anyone.