Classic and stately Craftsman home, tucked away on a quiet street in the heart of Capitol Hill near the Arboretum. Elegantly updated with natural fir interior trim, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, and modern finishes and amenities, this home has everything you need to live well. High ceilings and tons of natural light, territorial views from the upper floor. Modern kitchen with gas range, pot filler, french door refrigerator. Thoughtfully planned with formal areas for dining and entertaining, main-floor guest or office suite, and second floor laundry. Three bedrooms with vaulted ceilings on the top floor, including the master with en-suite bath and walk-in closet. Attached one-car garage plus full basement for storage.
10 minutes to Downtown Seattle, 5 minutes to the University of Washington, and an easy walk to neighborhood shops, restaurants, and parks. Available immediately, showings by appointment only.
12 month lease term preferred. $40 application fee per adult 18 years of age or older for screening including credit and background check. Pets considered on a case-by-case basis. Residents pay all utilities to utility providers. Property does not accept comprehensive reusable tenant screening reports. $4,000 refundable security deposit and first month's rent required to move in. Absolutely no smoking, vaping, cannabis use or manufacture permitted on the premises. Notice of screening requirements and process for applicants in accordance with SMC 14.08: Screening Criteria for all Applicants: - Applicant on-time for showing appointment - Positive Government Issued ID - Fully completed application for every occupant 18 years and older - Applicant(s) agree to a lease start date two weeks or less from the date of application approval - Proof of adequate income which could include any of the following: - Most recent paycheck stub - Tax return copies for self-employed applicants - Copies of deposit slips, investment earnings documents or Social Security earnings for retired applicants - Any additional sources of income, ie child or spousal support, trust fund income - Proof of verifiable employment and / or verifiable source of income - Gross income to rent ratio of 3:1 - No excessive debt which may impact applicant(s) ability to pay rent - Good credit history free of negative credit issues which may indicate an applicant is high-risk and / or indicates a pattern of payment delinquency - If applicant lacks a credit history, applicant will apply with a qualified guarantor (co-signor) who also meets screening criteria - History of criminal activity (arrests and / or convictions by any occupant, adult or minor) which could negatively affect tenancy - If applicant has prior rental experience, good references from prior landlord(s) - No prior evictions on applicant(s) record If additional time is needed to seek out language interpretation or translation or if the applicant needs a reasonable accommodation for a disability, applicant should request it by email, in person, or by phone 206.373.4282. This property is not required to, and has not voluntarily agreed to, set aside units to serve vulnerable populations.
Market rate for this listing is $4,995 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
This 4 bedroom home is listed at $5,000, while 4 bedroom homes...
This listing is priced above the average 4 bedroom home in Madison Valley by $2,573.
Students who live in this rental at 2525 E Helen Street attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Mcgilvra Elementary School
Grades K - 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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