The SpaceIt's a smaller, lockable room with a queen size foam bed, closet with hangers, and a smaller desk with an office chair. It's got new paint, and the house stays pretty quiet. Guest AccessPlease park out front or on the street and come through the front door. The guest room, bathroom, and living room are all open. The kitchen is open for making coffee and tea and refrigerating take-out, but let me know if you want to cook. Smoking happens out front. If you need an ashtray I have one for you. Also, let me know if you want to do laundry or need to print something, but the office is for myself and my roommate. Interaction with GuestsContact me if you need anything! I can suggest things to see, do, and eat in Seattle/Shoreline. Happy to join in outings or bbq at home if timing and weather permits. My roommates are introverts, but friendly locals. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet and safe, a few blocks east of i5. From here, it's easy to access Seattle and nearby areas. Within walking distance is a grocery store, Starbucks, restaurants, cellphone shop, and a gym. Getting AroundThere are local bus stops, and an express bus station is a half mile north. Even if you have a car, this is a nice option to avoid traffic and save money. Other Things to NoteSeattle traffic is often heavy, and the drive to and from Seattle can vary between 10 minutes and an hour or more. Driving off-peak times and checking a map or driving app helps.
There is good Korean food north of my place, in case you'd like to know some good spots.