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The Delmont Apartments has a great 1 bedroom basement apartment available November 1, 2017 with beautiful hardwood floors, a spacious kitchen with gas range, living room, large bathroom, and lots of closet space. 700 square feet overall. This is a true 1 bedroom, not a divided studio! Come live in a secured, beautiful vintage building in the heart of Lower Queen Anne, just a few blocks from the Seattle Center, Pacific Science Center, MoPOP, Gates Foundation, McCaw Hall, Seattle Rep, numerous popular restaurants, shops, grocery stores, bike ways, gas station, and major bus lines. Easy access to South Lake Union as well. Terms: Renter's insurance required. Utilities included with rent are heat, water, garbage, sewer. You pay gas and electric, plus cable, phone, internet, etc. Manager lives in building. Laundry facility on site. Non-smoking building. NO DOGS, but cats are welcome ($100 pet deposit). Park on street (city zone permit) or in nearby secured garage for around $120 a month. Available for move in November 1, 2017. $45 non-refundable application fee. Move in cost: first month's rent $1345, plus refundable damage deposit $1300. 9-12 month lease, no short term, no month-to-month. To make an appointment to view this apartment, call or email (no text please), and suggest a day/time you would like to schedule a viewing (M-F 10 a.m.-6 p.m. preferred, Saturday 11 a.m.-2 p.m. ok).
This listing is cheaper than the average 1 bedroom home in Uptown by $511.
Students who live in this rental at 403 Roy Street #12 attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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John Hay Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Mcclure Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Ballard High School
Grades 9 - 12
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