Designed by David Vandervort & built by Greenleaf Construction, this 4-Star Built Green Certified home was the winner of the 2005 Seattle Built Green Design Competition. It has been featured in numerous media and print publications, including Seattle Homes & Lifestyles magazine, the Seattle Post Intelligencer/Seattle Times, and KING 5 News.
Come live in a one-of-a-kind energy-efficient modern home, minutes from Capitol Hill, downtown, Madrona, Madison Valley, and both bridges to the Eastside. This one-owner 2+ bedroom home features its own private yard with a hot tub, roof garden, loft/flex space, tankless hot water system, central in-home vacuum system, and central HEPA air filtration system. S/S appliances, gas fireplace, and Eagle dual pane windows. House is set back from the street for ultimate privacy, with room for offstreet parking for 2 small to medium-sized cars. Unique opportunity to live in the heart of the city with all the comfort and amenities of your own single-family home!
Tenant is responsible for paying all utilities. Move in costs: First month's rent, refundable security deposit of $3,700, non-refundable cleaning fee of $300. No smoking, pets negotiable, no prior evictions, no criminal history, combined income to rent ratio of at least 2.5 to 1. Renter's insurance required, two years of favorable residence history, verification of employment and salary/wages, no bankruptcies in previous 7 years, employed at current job at least 6 months. No water beds, no aquariums, no sublets, no vacation rentals. Quarterly hot tub and 2x/mo. yard maintenance included in rent. Renter assumes all responsibility and liability for use of hot tub.
At $3,500, this listing is priced $1,000 more than the current market rate for a 2 bedroom home in Garfield.
Students who live in 927 24th Avenue attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Madrona Elementary School
Grades PK - 8
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Garfield High School
Grades 9 - 12
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