Welcome to OlympiaFurnishedHomes...Offering your choice, depending upon availability, fully furnished, luxuriously appointed homes in Olympia, Washington

These seven "luxury extended stay" homes are rented Month-to-Month (one month minimum) with optional daily rates means you don't have to pay for those extra days you don't need.  Click the "hamburger" button on the upper left to open a menu and view the homes.  

(NOTE: The homes Castle at Walnut Park (4 BD/2.75 BA), Stacy's Dream (4 BD, 3 BA), and Capitol Charmer (1 BD, 1 BA) are hosted here and are not managed by OFH.  Contact information, pricing, etc. for each home is located on the the homes' web pages.)

With OFH, you will enjoy...

(NOTE: OFH homes are 2 bedroom homes, with one 1 bedroom.  Looking for something larger?  Check out the phenomenally beautiful Castle at Walnut Park,  stunning Stacy's Dream and the clean and contemporary Capitol Charmer.

Word to the wise:  PLAN AHEAD!  We only have seven homes, and with repeat tenants, you need to get your foot in the door as soon as you can.  These homes are not pet friendly.  Fido may be well-behaved, but we won't be living with him/her.  We will, however, be faced with the challenge of preparing the home for someone who is allergic to animals. 

If you are relocating, you are encouraged to contact Sandy Nelson, "The Best Realtor in Three Counties"

Note from Marilynn: For peace of mind, please do read my Testimonial page, of which I am quite proud.  Caveat, admittedly, I am way behind in adding the many wonderful notes and accolades from so many people.  You may also find my Google and Facebook Reviews, and, please do join OlympiaFurnishedHomes.com on Facebook.

Need help?  Call or text Marilynn..."Your best friend in Olympia"   (360) 250-2616

The master in the art of living makes little

 distinction between his work and his play,

 his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body,

 his education and his recreation, his love and his religion.

 He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues

 his vision of excellence at whatever he does,

 leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing.

 To him he is always doing both.

                                                                                                     James A. Michener