Cap Hill 1 bedroom - hardwood, high ceilings and w/d in unit - The Winston Building is located in Seattle's hottest neighborhood, Capitol Hill, in the Pike/Pine corridor. Situated right above the famous Wild Rose Bar and Castle Megastores, you are just steps away from Seattle's best restaurants and retail. This unit is freshly remodeled and features granite countertops, tile bathrooms, original hardwood floors, washer/dryer, stylish light fixtures, high ceilings, and large windows . Located on the top floor overlooking Pike Street, it boasts beautiful, natural Northern light throughout the living space and bedroom. This charming, classic building is a lively place to call home!
AVAILABLE EARLY DECEMBER
$1645 Monthly rent
$500 refundable security deposit
$200 refundable pet deposit + $50/pet rent (per pet)
$300 one time, nonrefundable admin fee
Utilities (water, sewage, garbage): $70 for 1 person / $100 for 2
Gas heating: $42/month
Gas range bill is paid separately by tenant (typically ~$10/month)
**Contact Krystal at 206.790.0640 with additional questions!!
*Photos may not be of exact unit but that of one very similar.
*Leases run on a first come, first serve basis. To hold a unit immediately, a fee of $500 is required in the form of a check. If seriously interested, please come prepared.*
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This 1 bedroom home is listed at $1,645, while 1 bedroom homes...
This listing is cheaper than the average 1 bedroom home in Capitol Hill by $362.
Students who live in this rental at 1019 E Pike Street #U attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Lowell Elementary School
Grades PK - 5
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Washington Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Garfield High School
Grades 9 - 12
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