This 9-unit, 3-story serene Matterhorn Apartment complex is located in the quiet and convenient Bryant/Ravenna/Wedgewood neighborhood, just a few blocks north of the University District. Its convenient location near the UW, restaurants, whole food store, entertainment and many buslines with easy access to downtown and Eastside employment centers makes its demand the highest in the Seattle area. Bus 71 go to the UW every 15 minutes. The Bryant Elementary School and Bryant Neighborhood Playground are just a few blocks away. The immediate neighborhood has apartments nestled in with single family homes creating a quiet and safe atmosphere. Most tenants here are UW post-doc or doctoral students as well as some medical school students and professionals after four year degrees or a master degree.
* All utilities are included with a cap on electricity.
* Owner pays for water/sewer/garbage/recycles.
* Furnished, newly painted and refinished.
* New Double windows or triple pane window to save big on your electricity bills..
* Nice hardwood floor
* Private deck.
* Professional and responsive management
* 4 min drive to UW campus or 10 minutes bus ride (frequent bus schedules)
* Free Business Class Internet WiFi as a bonus.
Each unit is bright and large. It comes with electric heat.
Two sets of new Coin-op washer/dryer and storage are located on the first floor laundry room.
Showing: Please call or text for an appointment 206-861-5822. Thank you.
Amenities & Expenses
No Pets Allowed
Surface Lot: $70
Nearby Transit & Points of Interest
Time and Distance from 6500-6504 35th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115
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