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This 1912 Seattle landmark on the West slope of Capitol Hill boasts fantastic views of Lake Union, Queen Anne, Gasworks Park. From your living room, enjoy weekend regattas or watching float planes gently touch down. Close to freeways, downtown, Fred Hutch, Amazon, Broadway, St Mark's Greenbelt, Volunteer Park.
Located in a four-plex building, this updated apartment has added cabinets and granite counter tops to compliment the original high ceilings, detailed woodwork and hardwood floors.
A door off the bedroom opens to a private yard while architectural windows provide excellent light. Also provided for your convenience: on-site washer and dryer, storage, routine yard maintenance.
12 month lease
$75 for one person ($100 for two) per mo toward w/s/g
Cats ok with $150 pet fee
Deposit equal to one month's rent
Electric transferred into Tenant's name
Applicant(s) must provide a copy of legal ID with application (ie driver's license or passport)
$45 application fee per adult is due with application
Credit score must be above 700
Rental history must be verifiable
Must provide proof of income three times the rent amount, (ie pay stub or letter of employment, grant, appropriate documents if self employed)
Maximum 2 adults; all adults must be listed on the lease
Electricity not included in rent
cats ok with pet fee
$100 toward w/s/g, tenant pays electric
At $1,595, this listing is priced $415 cheaper than the current market rate for a 1 bedroom home in Capitol Hill.
Students who live in 1124 Lakeview Boulevard E #2 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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