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A northend townhome or even a West Seattle home with a grab?

Wedgwood

About the cusp of Wedgwood and Maple Leaf–only off Lake City Way–a big, two-bedroom, vintage townhouse is leasing for $2,000 a month on the dot. That comes with a private backyard with living area, a carport, along with laundry room. It is a block away from several bus lines. No pets, no though.
Outside from West Seattle, find a Craftsman home with pretty millwork and a enormous kitchen for about $ 1,997 per month, but with a catch: The whole house is just six bedrooms, but just the two-bedroom main and upper floor, and a three-car garage using a bonus space over, is yours the whole time. The rent price is determined by handling a four-bedroom holiday rental (with a separate entrance!) below. The home has laundry (shared with tourists ) and a garden with a cherry blossom. Up to 2 pets are permitted, but with pet lease plus a”pet resume.” It is about the 21 and 22 lines, too.


Even a similar unit–same era, brick, 2 bedrooms, Granite kitchen, built-ins, brick, and exposed-grain trim, 800 square feet–in Eastlake will be about $1,995, though this one leans a little more Tudor, includes in-unit laundry (plus a dishwasher) , and enables cats. This one doesn’t have parking available, but it’s on the 70.
Speaking of fairly ornamentation, this vintage brick two-bedroom by Volunteer Park with built-ins, hardwood flooring, an eat-in kitchen, and also exposed-grain trimming is going for about $ 1,975 per month–with heat included at the 100 utility fee. It is 810 square foot, also there’s underground parking readily available, though it’s off the 49 and 10. No pets permitted.
Welcome into Curbed Comparisons, in which we explore what you may rent for a specific dollar amount in Seattle. Five listings were discovered by us within 100 of the cost.
The outside of the First Hill apartment construction is pretty recognizable because of its gaudy, 1920s, Italian-style information, but inside this two-bedroom is really bare-bones: gray carpeting, Formica, and 1990s appliances. Nonetheless, it permits cats (using a refundable deposit) and contains underground parking for additional –also, tenants share a pretty, central courtyard. The two drops right outside, also. Rent is $2,050 a month.




Northwest Apartments

First Hill