-Quiet residential neighborhood; easy downtown access with two great bus lines
-Newly installed ductless heat pump
-Open floor plan with great natural light
-Newly remodeled bathroom
-Formal dining room and eating space in kitchen
-Fenced in back yard
-Off street parking
-Shared washer/dryer with other unit in duplex
-Extra storage in basement
From Seattle. gov:
Heating and cooling can be the largest electricity expense in your home. For moderate climates, using a ductless heat pump instead of your baseboard or wall heaters can save you money and electricity, while keeping you comfortable.
Benefits of ductless heat pumps
--Save energy and reduce monthly expenses. DHPs can lower heating costs by 25-50% compared to standard electric heating systems. [Our tenants have reported 70% savings, and they loved the cooling in the summer.]
--Reduce noise and increase comfort. DHPs use ultra-quiet fans that evenly circulate air, eliminating hot and cold spots in rooms. You can heat or cool individual rooms -- each controlled by its own thermostat.
--Better air quality. DHPs have a built-in air filter, which can improve air quality.
--Easy to use. Most units can be controlled by wireless remote control.
Terms: $2,075/month, 1 year lease Prorated water/sewer/garbage bill shared with other unit First month rent + $200 toward last month $300 refundable cleaning deposit $1,200 refundable damage deposit $250 non-refundable cleaning deposit (includes professional carpet cleaning) Non-smokers No pets
At $2,075, this listing is priced $166 cheaper than the current market rate for a 2 bedroom home in Whittier Heights.
Students who live in at 7329 13th Avenue NW attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Whittier Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Whitman Middle School
Grades K - 8
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Ballard High School
Grades 9 - 12
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