Location: Ballard, Seattle, Puget Sound, Washington State, USA
(Ballard: 7 Miles North of Downtown and 15 Min Walk to Ocean.)
Accommodations: Studio, 1 Bedroom + Den, 1 Bath (Sleeps 3-4)
Keywords: Large Studio on first floor of historic home in
Seattle\'s Ballard neighborhood. Located in Loyal Heights which
is just south of Blue Ridge. About 5 minutes drive from Greenwood
and Phinney Ridge neighborhoods.
Live a part of Seattle\'s history and enjoy the ocean (Puget
Sound) when you stay at the former property of \"Harry S.
Award winning coffee shops and restaurants are within walking
distance, or a short drive by car. We are located on a very quiet
street, in a very quiet neighborhood and offer you the
opportunity \"live\" in one of Seattle\'s nicest and
most convenient \"small town\" areas-Ballard!
Located 7 miles North of Downtown Seattle, and just a 15 minute
walk to the ocean (Puget Sound) you will find a quiet oasis
filled with activities. We respect your privacy, and invite you
to your own private suite and outdoor area located on the first
floor of our home.
Treat House Vacation Rental is a historic home once owned by
Harry S. Treat. In 2007 an extensive remodel was undertaken to
ensure guest comfort to included radiant heat flooring, and sound
control. This vacation rental is located on the ground floor of
our historic home and is very light and airy.
Please find information on Harry S. Treat and the ocean park just
a 2 minute drive, or 15 minute walk below:
The park was named by and developed by Harry W. Treat in 1907 as
an \"attraction\" at the end of the new electric car
lines being built by realtors to induce townfolk to take a
\"Sunday outing\" out of town and through the woods to
a picnic or swim at a beach. (Along the way they were made aware
of the real estate available!) The Carbine ended at Loyal Way
(& 85th) with a steep twisting dusty path down into the park
- or those owning a \"tin lizzie\" could drive down a
dusty county road (approximately the present drive entering the
upper park from the north) and down to a small parking area on
the east side of the railroad tracks, then by foot across the
tracks to the beach.
At that time the northern half of Meadow Point (named by the
Coast Guard) was the site of a shipyard until 1913. To the south
the beach curved in along the railroad seaway - all the way to
Salmon Bay. The State owns the tidelands south of the park, with
boat works and yards by the Bay.