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|Beds||Baths||# of Units||Average SF|
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About 650 Monastery Dr Latrobe, PA 15650
3 Large bedrooms (18x15,16x17,15x16) and lots of closet space. Full dry basement, with its own entry and W/D hookup. Huge eat-in kitchen with dishwasher, stove, refrigerator and garbage disposal. Tile flooring kitchen, rear entry and powder room. Living area is hardwood. 1 bedroom has extra closet lined with cedar. Upstairs hall has built in storage. There are 2 extra closets not pictured on 1st floor, between back door and kitchen. Has covered back porch. Gas Hot Water Radiant Heat baseboards, not electric. Detached 1 1/2 car garage has automatic garage door opener. Large level back yard. RENT INCLUDES SEWAGE AND WATER ONLY. No pets allowed. 1 mile from Route 30 and Rt 981 intersection. 2.4mi from Latrobe Hospital, 11.4mi from Westmoreland Hospital. Tenant must pass credit and background check with a minimum of 575 credit rating. Square feet does not include basement (an additional 870 square feet). Security deposit is due at signing of Lease. Serious clients can contact me for viewing.
Amenities & Expenses
- Washer/Dryer Hookup
- Eat-in Kitchen
- Instant Hot Water
- Tile Floors
No Pets Allowed
- 24 Months
- •Washer/Dryer Hookup
- •Eat-in Kitchen
- •Instant Hot Water
- •Tile Floors
City - Latrobe
Located about 38 miles southeast of Downtown Pittsburgh, Latrobe provides easy access to the city by train from the Latrobe Station. Ideal for commuters looking for a wooded, pastoral community to call home, Latrobe wraps around Loyalhanna Creek, directly south of the Loyalhanna Lake National Recreation Area and Keystone State Park. On the south end of town, golfers appreciate the beautiful course at Latrobe Country Club.
With elegant, tree-filled neighborhoods wrapped around a historic downtown filled with shops and restaurants, Latrobe has many claims to fame: it was the boyhood home of Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers), and it is the place where the banana split was invented in 1904. Every year, this delicious achievement is celebrated during the Banana Split Festival. And there's a reason the nearby airport is named the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport -- the legendary golfer was born in Latrobe.
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