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Stunning 1906 home in the quiet area of Capitol Hill. THE SPACE This classic American Foursquare honors our region’s timber industry with a wrap-around covered porch, wide overhanging eaves, beautiful unpainted woodwork, built-in bench seating, bay windows, and box beam ceilings. The warm foyer invites you through leaded-glass French doors into the living with a gas fireplace surrounded by the original quarter-sawn oak mantle. Pass through pocket doors into an expansive dining room with a trestle table that can seat 10 people or be moved out of the way for a dance class or sing-along next to the tiger oak upright piano. With an 8-foot walnut island, farmhouse sink, Sub-Zero refrigerator, 6-burner Wolf stove and double ovens, the kitchen is perfect for a cooking class or preparation space for a multi-course meal. A media area with a cozy couch offers a place to rest adjacent to the kitchen. The upstairs has 2 beautiful bedrooms, an office, and 2 immaculate bathrooms that are also available for guests. Modern features include unique decor with an abundance of color, updated systems with electric heat pump heating and air-conditioning, home automation with security, lighting and whole house audio. THE YARD Guests can spill out onto the back deck to enjoy the private, fenced yard featuring flower gardens, raised planting beds, and an apple tree. The yard and back of the house are accessible from an alley which allows for convenient staging and loading/unloading. The NEIGHBORHOOD Located on a quiet, tree-lined street in north Capitol Hill, this home is conveniently within 4 blocks of 19th Ave E amenities: Fuel coffee, Cone & Steiner mercantile, Macrina bakery, Zeek’s pizza, Rocket Taco, Vios Greek fare, Monsoon French-Cambodian fusion, Bounty Kitchen, and Hello, Robin cookies with Molly Moon’s ice cream. Within a 10-minute walk, a dozen more shops and restaurants are available on 15th Ave E. Metro bus stops for routes 10 and 12 are two blocks away, route 23 is five blocks away. The Capitol Hill Link Light Rail station is less than a mile. In-city nature retreats are nearby with a 4-block walk to the Olmstead brothers-designed Volunteer Park or in the solitude of old-growth trees at Interlaken Park.
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Mackenzie B. booked a retreat for 25 people
Amy and Cara Beth were FANTASTIC hosts - we would absolutely use their home again and recommend it to others. They responded quickly to questions/messages, their home is BEAUTIFUL, was very clean, and the kitchen was very well organized/labeled for usage. The backyard/porch spaces are also beautiful - an oasis in the city for any team, retreat, photoshoot, etc. And an amazing location!
Madison C. booked a video shoot for 25 people
This was an amazing location for our shoot. The host, Amy, was incredibly accommodating and wonderful to work with. The space itself is beautiful and has so many different spaces to work within. Would definitely book this space again!
Lea B. booked a video shoot for 5 people
A beautiful space, convenient location and lovely hosts! We had plenty of space for a video shoot in the kitchen.
Jillian S. booked a production for 12 people
Our crew had a fantastic shoot at Amy’s house! There are so many rooms to shoot in. We utilized many interior spots, the front porch and backyard. Amy was super accommodating and easy to communicate with — we’ll definitely be back!
Garland H. booked a video shoot for 20 people
Amy & Cara Beth were wonderful hosts, they were great to work with and would 100% love to come back. Mainly to hang out with Walter! :)