This northwest apartment, in the Nob Hill neighborhood is a block away from the trolley stop and 23rd avenue. The unit is 1st floor and approximately 1000 square feet, in a building of five other units. The 100-year-old building is completely renovated. The layout is front living room, formal dining room, and large kitchen with back door to courtyard, large bath, and a bedroom with atrium/study in the back over looking the courtyard. All apartments get plenty of light with 12 opening windows; they have hardwood and marmoleum floors, tile in the kitchen and bath. High-energy efficient central heat and A/C, heated towel warmer in bath, along with on-demand hot water heater. Brand new double hung wood windows with privacy screens. Built in stain glass cabinet with gas fireplace. Kitchen has stainless appliances, including dishwasher. Historic light fixtures and updated electric panel and outlets. Large closets and extra storage space assigned in the basement for seasonal items. Free laundry facility on premises. The courtyard has BBQ, fire pit, water feature and sitting area. Side yard is designated container garden area for residents to use.
You pay for your electric, gas, and Comcast if desired. One-year lease and a credit and criminal background check are required of all applicants(Fee of 35.00 to be paid in advance by applicant). Pets on prior approval, after passing application and screening are accepted with additional deposits. Email for more information and pictures. Photos are of similar unit.
Students who live in 2465 NW Northrup Street 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
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