2-bedroom unit available for immediate occupancy - quaint, mid century built 6-family building in a convenient and scenic section of Troy Hill.
Located at the corner of Rialto and Ley Streets, just at the top of Rialto's "city steps," this building is a 1-minute walk to Route 28 and a 15-minute walk across 31st Street Bridge to Lawrenceville and the upper part of the Strip District. One short block from the Pear & Pickle cafe/deli/grocery and a short walk to several other Troy Hill businesses, restaurants and amenities.
New sustainable cali-bamboo flooring in living/dining areas, newer modern carpeting in bedrooms.
Water and hot water included. Newly installed Lenox furnace, efficient apartment design, smart ducting and solid concrete + brick construction keep tenant bills low. Newly installed custom cordless light filtering cellular shades provide privacy and additional insulation.
Free no-permit on street parking and limited on property off-street parking available at extra cost (first come first served, limited number of spaces).
Hot water included in rent
Off Street Parking
Small Dogs Allowed
Top Floor Lots of Light
Water included in rent
Available now - 1 Year Lease
This 2 bedroom home is listed at $800, while 2 bedroom homes...
This listing is cheaper than the average 2 bedroom home in Troy Hill by $496.
Students who live in this rental at 1901 Ley Street #3R attend the following Pittsburgh School District (Unified School District) public schools:
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Spring Hill K-5 School
Grades PK - 5
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Sterrett Classical Academy Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Perry High School
Grades 9 - 12
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