Bruce Lee and Jet Li would both love this perfectly located two-bedroom in sleek Bamboo House fourplex close to Burnside and 28th's restaurant row (Bamboo Sushi, Ken's Artisan Pizza, Navarre, etc.); coffee shops (Crema, Starbuck's, etc.); gelato; Whole Foods; Laurelhurst Theater; bars (Doug Fir, etc.); Laurelhurst Park; and much, much more. 1.5 miles to downtown-- walk or take nearby bus. Find a better location and I'll live there, Grasshopper!
Main floor unit includes upgraded double-pane windows; refinished hardwood floors; bamboo blinds; marmoleum flooring in kitchen and bath; designer paint colors; new countertops and backsplashes; cool Asian-style closet doors; cozy outdoor courtyard; laundry room; and WAY more. Rare vacancy in an intimate, classically renovated inner-city apartment.
Available September 1.
Email now for application and showing time. If you wait to see this to apply you will be WAY too late.
Pets okay but no pit bulls, ferrets, or giraffes (ceilings not high enough).
Respectful hands-on owner seeks responsible non-smoking tenants.
123 SE 30th Place.
Floor Covering: Hardwood
Large Dogs Allowed
Small Dogs Allowed
Market rate for this listing is $1,495 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
This 2 bedroom home is listed at $1,695, while 2 bedroom homes...
This listing is cheaper than the average 2 bedroom home in Kerns by $610.
Students who live in this rental at 123 SE 30th Place attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Sunnyside Environmental School
Grades K - 8
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Franklin High School
Grades 9 - 12
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