Excellent value in the hard to find large, quiet two bedroom with TWO FULL BATHS on SECOND FLOOR with trees, rooftops, and easterly wooded VIEW from living room, deck, and one of the two bedrooms. Apartment has many windows in eastward and north directions and is located so it is NOT facing the street. Quiet NON-SMOKING building with secured entry lobby and elevator having a very convenient location within one block to buses downtown and UW. Apartment Building was constructed as a15 unit condominium is three floors above ground level. This is a very large floor plan with two bedrooms and TWO FULL BATHROOMS at opposite ends of apartment making it ideal for roommates or those who wish a guestroom/office far from the main bedroom. Private covered deck has French doors from living/dining area. Kitchen is efficient with disposal, dishwasher, range/oven, refrigerator, and externally venting range hood with light. There is a private laundry room inside the apartment that accommodates personal stack washer and dryer laundry systems, or you can rent them both for $57 per month. Most residents in building are very long term and own their washers and dryers, however the rental option is easy through management. Very quiet in city location on very green treed lot with secure basement parking garage designed as a condominium project but operated as an apartment building. Building was constructed in mid 90?s with good water pressure. Apartments are heated with electric forced air heat (separate thermostat in each bedroom) with independent water heaters for each apartment. Covered parking is available in secured garage below building at reasonable rate of $90 per covered stall.. (Limit two per apartment) There is a Zipcar flexible use vehicle parking directly outside building for those who wish to not own a car. There is a current utility subsidy fee per occupant in building of $60 each month which covers sewer, water, garbage, compost, recycle, hazardous waste and electronic recycle.
Management tries to keep rents below market and annually adjusts rents every July for entire building with goal of being 5% below market. The advertised rent would be fixed until June 30th of 2018, and is a very good value for the size of the apartment. Management publishes all base rents annually and operates with total transparency. We write one year leases that revert to month-to-month after a year. Applications can be emailed prior to showings if requested. The security deposit is $900 and last month rent deposit is required. There is NO application fee.
This large apartment will be vacated near the end of August, and can be viewed with appointment only. Please call Richard at 808 391-3914 (mobile) for a showing. On site assistant manager may conduct some showings. If you call and get voice mail, just leave a time you wish to see apartment. We will work hard to accommodate your schedule. Existing occupant requests no photos of interior until they move out so we have limited photos to show with this ad but have included some of apartment taken a couple years ago so you can get an idea of the fit and finish level in our apartments. Give us a call if you are looking for a well priced long term home in the city where you can easily walk to restaurants and businesses in Madison Valley and the top of Capitol Hill, in only a couple blocks, as well as the new Safeway on E. Madison, and an Organic Food Coop a few blocks away. Sample leases and applications are available by email on request. Earliest move in date would be September 1.
NO APPLICATION FEE
This listing is cheaper than the average 2 bedroom home in Madison Valley by $322.
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May 8, 2017
I found it dark and depressing because the building is very enclosed.