This single story 3 bedroom 1 bath 960 square foot home is on a 9,600 square foot lot located in West Seattle. Bi-weekly landscape maintenance is included in this rental.
The large grassy backyard is fully fenced, with a new deck (Trex) and pergola makes for enjoyable outdoor entertainment and relaxation. There is a small shed for extra storage within the fenced backyard. Parking options include a parking pad behind the house in the dead end back alley, or front street parking.
The interior features a bright, light color scheme, large operable windows with screens, the front door, back door and slider door all come with screens/additional screen doors. Hardwood floors throughout, vinyl in the kitchen, laundry and bath areas.
Updated kitchen features light grey and white granite, white cabinets and full appliance package with pantry and a stackable washer and dryer in laundry closet.
The house is only a two minute walk to the 120 bus to downtown Seattle making for an easy work, shopping or entertainment commute. Easy access to downtown Seattle, 99, I5, I90, and 509. Close/walking distance to parks, hiking, West Seattle Golf Course, coffee shops and restaurants. 1.8 miles west to the West Seattle Junction and grocery, 2-4 miles to Alki Beach, 3 miles to Lincoln Park, 3 miles to Westwood Village, 3.5 miles to the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal, 5 miles to downtown Seattle, and 15 miles to downtown Bellevue.
This listing is cheaper than the average 3 bedroom home in North Delridge by $96.
Students who live in this rental at 5035 25th Avenue SW attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Fairmount Park Elementary School
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Madison Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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West Seattle High School
Grades 9 - 12
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