Goose Hollow Apartments is a collection of 5 neighboring residential houses that are operated collectively as an apartment community. This tiny community has its own on-site manager for excellent attention to maintenance and care of the property. The homes in this neighborhood don't have much for backyards but the combined space of all five homes creates a wonderful courtyard. This property is just blocks from Portland MAX, rail cars, PGE park, bus stops and downtown. It has a walking score of 89! We love our little community and we hope you will too. This apartment is in the basement (which naturally keeps it cooler) and has its own private porch/patio right off your front door with beautiful hanging lights making summer evenings very enjoyable!! Steps from the beautiful grassy courtyard ideal for pets!! As well as right next to the laundry making it very convenient to do the laundry. The laundry is a coin operated commercial style washer and dryer very reasonably priced and efficient. Because this unit shares the water and electric to the laundry room it has flat rate utilities! $40 dollars for water/ sewer and a flat $60 for electric, Making it super easy to budget!! Owner pays for the trash and recycling! Come visit us today.
This listing is cheaper than the average 2 bedroom home in Goose Hollow by $240.
Students who live in this rental at 1526 SW 18th Avenue attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Grades K - 5
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East Sylvan Middle School
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Lincoln High School
Grades 9 - 12
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