Consulate Apartments

1619 Belmont Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Studio Studio $1,050 – 1,100
Beds Baths Rent Deposit Sq Ft Lease Length Available
Studio Studio Studio 1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA $1,050 - 1,100 $600 415 - 440 Sq Ft Available Now
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.

Expenses

Recurring

Cat Rent $25

One-Time

Application Fee $40

Utilities Included

Gas, Water, Heat, Trash Removal, Sewer Included

About Consulate Apartments

Vintage brick building on the Pike/Pine corridor. Near bus lines, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping. Cats are okay. No dogs. Laundry on site. Studios have hardwood floors, separate kitchen and bath and a nice amount of closet space. Please call if you'd like to come by for a viewing.

Amenities & Expenses

  • Laundry Facilities
  • Controlled Access
  • Property Manager on Site
  • Vintage Building
  • Courtyard
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Heating
  • Smoke Free
  • Cable Ready
  • Tub/Shower
  • Kitchen
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Crown Molding
  • Walk-In Closets

Office Hours

Monday By Appointment
Tuesday By Appointment
Wednesday By Appointment
Thursday By Appointment
Friday By Appointment
Saturday By Appointment
Sunday By Appointment

Apartment Amenities

Pet Policy

Cats Allowed

  • $25 Monthly Pet Rent
  • 1 Pet Limit

Parking

Street

Property Information

  • Built in 1928
  • 34 Units/3 Stories

Lease Length

  • 12 months

Services

  • Laundry Facilities
  • Controlled Access
  • Property Manager on Site

Interior

  • Vintage Building

Outdoor Space

  • Courtyard

Features

  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Heating
  • Smoke Free
  • Cable Ready
  • Tub/Shower

Kitchen

  • Kitchen
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator

Living Space

  • Hardwood Floors
  • Crown Molding
  • Walk-In Closets

Office Hours At Consulate Apartments

Languages: English

Today's Hours: By Appointment

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Neighborhood - Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill

Yes, it's called Capitol Hill -- but it isn't the capitol and there's no capitol building. So how did this Seattle neighborhood get its name? Back around 1900, a real estate developer renamed the burgeoning community from "Broadway Hill" to "Capitol Hill" because he wanted the capitol to be moved from Olympia to Seattle. That never happened, and the quirky neighborhood kept its new quirky name. Capitol Hill is the neighborhood for those who love nightlife. As Seattle's premier place to party, Capitol Hill is home to coffee houses, taverns, bars, nightclubs, and theaters.

Home to artists and musicians, Capitol Hill features a variety of festivals and events throughout the year, and it is home to the Capitol Hill Arts District. College students also find their way to the Hill, which is home to Seattle Central College and is just south of the University of Washington.

Learn More about Capitol Hill 

Schools

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  • Nearby
  • Property Identified

Public Elementary School

Lowell Elementary School

Grades PK-5

286 Students

(206) 252-3020

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Public Elementary, Middle & High School

Special Education Service School

Grades PK-12

132 Students

(206) 252-0805

Nearby

Public High School

Garfield High School

Grades 9-12

1,620 Students

(206) 252-2270

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Attendance Zone

Private Elementary School

Spruce St. School

Grades K-5

108 Students

(206) 624-2832

Nearby

Private Elementary School

Seattle Classical Christian School

Grades PK-6

109 Students

(206) 259-5831

Nearby

Private Middle & High School

The Northwest School

Grades 6-12

506 Students

(206) 682-7309

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