The Maxmillion was built in 1918 as a monastary for the church across the street.
This is a very attractive brick 3-story building constructed in a u-shape surrounding a European style garden. The building features an elegant marble staircase and wood paneled entry way framed in limestone. Upon entering the building there is an open staircase with beautiful wood paneling and balustrade details. The units have a wide and varied range of floor plans due to the conversion of apartments from a monastery many years ago. the units are heated by electric baseboard and the electrical distribution has been updated. The range/ovens are gas. The hot water is provided by a central boiler. The windows have been updated to double glass. The laundry room in the basement has updated leased equipment.
1414 Seneca St Seattle WA has a Walk Score of 98.This location is a Walker's Paradise which means daily errands do not require a car.
You can walk to coffee at The Other Coast Cafe-Seattle and buy groceries at QFC.
Nearby restaurants include Honeyhole, St. Johns, and 8 Oz Burger Bar.
Nearby parks include First Hill Park and Cal Anderson.
This address is a Rider's Paradise and has a Transit Score of 97. There are 134 nearby routes: 132 bus, 2 rail, 0 other. The closest transit routes are the 2 Bus, the 9 Bus, and the 12 Bus.
Application fee: $40/person
Utilities (water/sewer/garbage): $65/1 person and $85/2 people
Admin fee: $200
Pet deposit: $300 ($100 is non-refundable).
This listing is cheaper than the average studio in First Hill by $405.
Students who live in this rental at 1414 Seneca Street #308 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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