2251 NE 53rd Street at 2251 NE 53rd Street, Seattle, WA 98105 | HotPads
This pad was taken off the market on 1/25/18.
1 bed

$1,365

2251 NE 53rd Street
Seattle, WA 98105

Apartment building

All1 Bed
$1,365
17
Listing no longer available
1 bed
1 bath
597 sqft
Description
These quaint Tudor-style homes offer private walkways to your front door! In the desired neighborhood of Phinney Ridge, these vintage homes offer a quiet, family-friendly atmosphere far enough away from Downtown Seattle to give the desired feel of cottage-style living in the midst of a city, but close enough for quick transportation for a day of exciting site-seeing. Located next to the University of Washington, the recently updated University Village Shopping Center and gorgeous Burke-Gilman Trail this is really the ideal location to call home!
Amenities
Property amenities
  • Cable TV Ready
  • Cats Allowed
  • Close to Bus Lines
  • Laundry: Shared
  • Private Wallkways/Entrances
  • Walkability
    Unit amenities
    • Cable-Ready*
    • On-Site Laundry Facility*
    • Refrigerator*
    • Stove Top Oven*
      Nearby schools
      9
      7
      7
      Students who live in this rental at 2251 NE 53rd Street attend the following Seattle Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
      AllPrimaryMiddleHigh
      7
      out of 10
      Laurelhurst Elementary School
      Public
      Grades K - 5
      1.2 miles
      7
      out of 10
      Eckstein Middle School
      Public
      Grades 6 - 8
      1.1 miles
      9
      out of 10
      Roosevelt High School
      Public
      Grades 9 - 12
      0.8 miles
      Showing 3 of 3 schools.
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