These modern, freshly renovated units are within a unique 1960's home on the side of Mount Sequoyah with amazing western views to Downtown Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas. There are three levels and three units, each with modern touches and great indoor and outdoor spaces.
Take advantage of the nearby Mount Sequoyah Gardens city park or the Scenic Cross Overlook on this quiet street only 1.4 miles from Downtown and the Entertainment District. The three story house is nestled into a wooded and naturally vegetated lot with a circular drive and five parking spaces.
All utilities are included in the rent (tenant responsible for internet/phone/cable).
Level 2: 1220 SF
Two bedrooms plus office/study (unit has three possible bedrooms, but is listed as a two bedroom because only two parking spaces are available), one bathroom, large kitchen, bar and dining space. Large deck, private balcony and amazing views and light. Washer/dryer in unit.
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Technically a three bedroom unit, but only two parking spaces are available. Utilities (with cap) and one monthly house cleaning is included in the base rent. Tenant will pay for internet/cable/phone service. No pets, No smoking.
At $1,300, this home is priced $91 cheaper than the current market rate for a 3 bedroom home in Fayetteville.
Students who live in this rental at 212 N Oklahoma Way #2 attend the following Fayetteville School District (Unified School District) public schools:
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Washington Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Ramay Junior High School
Grades 8 - 9
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Fayetteville High School East
Grades 9 - 12
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