Built in 1926, this charming 6-plex enjoys a small courtyard garden and is convenient to downtown. There are walkable popular restaurants and the Laurelhurst Theater nearby as well as the shops and restaurants at 28th and East Burnside. Beautiful Laurelhurst Park is also nearby.
Currently available is a front one-bedroom apartment. Features include a bright spacious living room, a large walk-in closet/bonus space with french doors, hardwood floors, double-paned windows and lots of built-ins, including a drop down bench and table in the kitchen. New fridge and electric range were just installed. The property pays for water, sewer and garbage; tenants are responsible for gas and electric. There is an on-site laundry room with additional secured tenant storage spaces.
Electricity not included in rent
Gas not included in rent
Year Built: 1926
Double Pane Windows
Rent is $1,150 with a 12-month lease and a $1,000 refundable security deposit. Our screening fee is $40 per adult. Building provides water, sewer and garbage. Tenants are responsible for gas and electric. An indoor adult neutered cat is possible with an additional security deposit. Sorry, this building doesn't allow dogs. ** HALF MONTH RENT FREE **
This 1 bedroom home is listed at $1,150, while 1 bedroom homes...
This listing is cheaper than the average 1 bedroom home in Kerns by $368.
Students who live in this rental at 2441 E Burnside Street #1 attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Buckman Arts Focus Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Hosford Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Cleveland High School
Grades 9 - 12
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