Biggest room in the house - Deck View - Next to Seattle U
Large room with three bay windows + two side windows (all with blinds) bring in about as much daylight as a room could get. High ceilings, plush carpet, and easy access make this main level room the best in the house.
Roommates are a group of mid 20s - early 30s students, professionals, artists, and musicians who are looking for a dynamic and fun individual to add to their community. This is a smoke / drug free house, we do not allow pets, and have a high standard of cleanliness in the common spaces.
This household is an active and vibrant community of girls and guys who enjoy each other's company but also maintain their own separate social lives. Common spaces include a large kitchen with two fridges, a living room, large covered porch to relax outside during rainy Seattle days, and a beautiful upstairs deck with a garden (great for viewing the 4th of July fireworks!).
Walking distance near Seattle U and the Capitol Hill scene, we encourage students and young professionals of all sorts to come by and check out the house! If you are looking to be a part of an awesome community of dynamic people, look no further!
Utilities are an additional flat-rate of $100 per month (gas, water, sewer, garbage, electricity) and $20 (internet) --there's no cable television in the house.
Costs due at the time of signing include:
- first and last month's rent and utilities
- deposit/move-in fee of $450
* Single occupancy only (sorry couples)
* One year lease required
* No Pets / No Smoking
This listing is cheaper than the average room for rent in Minor by $25.
Students who live in this room at 162 18th Avenue attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Bailey Gatzert 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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