2 bedroom 1 bathroom duplex (upper unit) includes a charming sun room and large view deck on a quiet street. One typical sized bedroom and one smaller bedroom. Large back yard, too. Recently remodeled kitchen and bath; newer carpet and paint, newer double pane windows. Near park/playground and bus lines/light rail.
*First month's rent $2100, month 2-12 $1195
* Sorry due to Seattle changing it's law, no pets allowed
* Tenant pays utilities including water sewer trash and electric.
* Section 8 welcome
Open House: Saturday 16th Dec 1pm to 2pm
Please note the access to this unit is at the rear of the building and up the stairs.
Background check fee of $45 per applicant (anybody over age 18).
1st month's rent ($2100 and $1500 deposit required with 1-year lease.
For Rental Criteria and FAQ please go to BRMSeattle.com click Rental Application and click the link for this property.
Questions? Text or email Brad at 206-395-9540 Brad@BRMSeattle.com
AT THIS TIME, WE CANNOT OFFER INDIVIDUAL APPOINTMENTS, PLEASE ATTEND OPEN HOUSE.
4827 S. Chicago Street - upper unit (access at rear and up stairs - do not disturb lower unit residents)
Rainier Valley, South Seattle, Othello, Brighton, Rainer Beach
No Pets Allowed
Electricity not included in rent
Garbage not included in rent
Laundry: Washer & Dryer On-Site
Sewage not included in rent
Water not included in rent
At $1,195, this home is priced $598 cheaper than the current market rate for a 2 bedroom home in Brighton.
Students who live in this rental at 4827 S Chicago Street Uppr attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Graham Hill Elementary School
Grades PK - 5
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Aki Kurose Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Rainier Beach High School
Grades 9 - 12
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