Spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment home - 836 square feet: $1672 So large it feels like a home! The natural light from windows in the dining and living room is spectacular. You must see to believe! Come for a viewing to see the actual apartment! Gated community. Full size kitchen, lots of cupboards - stacked washer/dryer in unit - dishwasher - stainless steel range/oven - refrigerator - garbage disposal - wood-burning fireplace. Separate vanity and toilet/tub room - good carpet, soft with top-quality padding - originally built to be a condo, so sound-barrier walls. Recently renovated exterior buildings - cable hook-ups.
Lease rental term: 12 months for the $1672 rent offered. Rent increases for shorter lease terms.
Holding fee: $554.75 (1/4 of the monthly rent offered) to hold unit off the market until occupancy.
Security Deposit $1672.00 (10% is non refundable). The holding fee can be applied to the sec dep at move in.
Garage parking spaces for $45.00 per month. We have bike rings at head of parking space for locking/chaining bike.
Storage units for $45.00 per month.
Resident pays for electricity, water & sewer. We pay for garbage/recycling and kitchen waste.
$20 application fee, per adult, for background check (credit & rental)
No dogs allowed. Cats are OK (with pet deposit of 25% of rent).
Sandridge Apartments is located in residential Sand Point near: - bus stops - Magnuson Park - Burke-Gilman Trail - Children's Hospital (one mile) - U-District . The Burke Gilman Trail is about two blocks away, and a bus line serving the University and downtown stops across the street.
Please e-mail me for more information and to schedule a viewing.
Students who live in at 6200 Sand Point Way NE #301 attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Sand Point Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Eckstein Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Roosevelt High School
Grades 9 - 12
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