Spacious, bright 2 bedroom, 1.75 bath unit with SW exposure and views of the Sound and the Olympics from living room, deck, and bedrooms. Enjoy watching the ships go by from your couch and beautiful summer sunsets. The unit is quiet, yet just a short walk away from Seattle's main attractions including water front, SAM Sculpture park, Myrtle Edwards Park, Pike Place Market, Seattle Center. Easy access/walk to downtown and SLU.
9 feet ceiling height, central A/C, gas fireplace. Hardwood/bamboo floors in living and dining area, tiles in hallway, kitchen, and bathrooms, carpet in bedrooms. Master suite with 5 piece bathroom and walk in closet. New stainless steel kitchen appliances as well as new front loading washer and dryer. Spacious entry hall and pantry/laundry room. Includes one parking spot and a storage unit in underground garage. Dog ok.
Building amenities include 24/7 concierge, gym, spa, 2 guest suites, conference room, club room with large kitchen/dining/seating area and outside BBQ deck, and inside courtyard. Convenience store with ATM and nail salon in the building, coffee shops and restaurants in the immediate vicinity. All errands can be completed on foot, Walk and Transit score of 97.
Viewings from Jan 10th. Please reach out to confirm a date/time.
This listing is priced above the average 2 bedroom home in Belltown by $654.
Students who live in this rental at 2801 1st Avenue #309 attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
out of 10
Lowell Elementary School
Grades PK - 5
out of 10
Mcclure Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
out of 10
Garfield High School
Grades 9 - 12
Showing 3 of
Disclaimer: Historically, GreatSchools ratings have been based solely on a comparison of standardized test results for all schools in a given state. As of September 2017, the GreatSchools ratings also incorporate additional information, when available, such as college readiness, academic progress, advanced courses, equity, discipline and attendance data. GreatSchools ratings are designed to be a starting point to help parents compare schools, and they should not be the only factor used in selecting the right school for your family. Learn more.