This exceptional home sits on a hill in a desirable neighborhood and looks out through the tree tops to natural creek ravine across the street. Large, partially covered cedar deck provides outdoor living in conjunction with the fenced front and side gardens. It is located at the quiet end of 35th with light local traffic. Bus stop near home has 15 minute ride to downtown. Entire house is clean and fully updated. Kitchen has all stainless steel appliances; dishwasher, microwave, side by side refrigerator and gas range as well as nice cabinetry with granite countertops and new vinyl flooring. Living and dining rooms have hardwood oak flooring. Large master bedroom has a California walk in closet and new carpet. Second bedroom has new carpet and a closet. Large bathroom has tub/shower, new vinyl floor and enclosed full size washer and dryer. The home is efficient to heat with forced air gas furnace and newer insulated windows and window blinds. There is a cedar garden shed/workshop adjacent to the driveway. Parking for 2+ cars. Lincoln Park and Westwood Village are 5 minutes away. Owner provides all landscape maintenance. Do not go on to property to preview as there are tenants currently living there.
This listing is cheaper than the average 2 bedroom home in Arbor Heights by $41.
Students who live in this rental at 10825 35th Avenue SW attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Arbor Heights at Boren Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Denny International School
Grades 6 - 8
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Chief Sealth International School
Grades 9 - 12
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