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QUIET MT SCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD CLOSE TO SHOPPING, DINING, AND MT SCOTT PARK
This second floor living area fits nicely in this 1892 house in quite Mt Scott Neighborhood. Washer and Dryer in unit, private entrance to unit, beautiful hardwood floors and bright kitchen. Outdoor common area includes cherry, walnut, apple, fig, and plum trees. Conveniently located close to restaurants, cafes, and unique shops, but situated on a very quiet street in one of Portlands hidden gems: Mount Scott Neighborhood. Other convenient landmarks include Mount Scott Community Center and Mount Scott Park.
No more than 2 cats, No outside cats, NO DOGS PLEASE!
No pets less than 12 months old and Not pets owned for less than 12 months
No birds, aquariums rabbits or gerbils, deny restricted breeds
Pet Registration Charge: $175 each pet
Pet rent: $35 per pet
If you decide to complete an application, there is a $50 per adult application fee that is non-refundable. Anyone 18 years or above who will be residing at the property must apply. We will (1) check your credit report; (2) check for any past evictions; (3) verify your employment, if applicable; (4) verify personal income; (5) verify your previous landlord references; and (6) perform a criminal background screening. Credit scores below 500, eviction history, bad rental history, recent or drug/violence related felonies are not likely to be approved. Verified untruthful information on your rental application is cause for automatic denial.
One Month Security Deposit
Students who live in this rental at 5252 SE 63rd Avenue attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Grades K - 8
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Franklin High School
Grades 9 - 12
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