Need a budget-friendly new spot? Though apartment hunting can be challenging, don't despair just yet — there are deals to be had. So what does the low-end rent on a rental in Seattle look like these days — and what might you get for the price?
Take a look at the cheapest listings available right now, below. (Note: Prices and availability are subject to change.)
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143 N.W. 85th St.
This studio apartment, situated at 143 N.W. 85th St. in Greenwood, is listed for $875/month for its 159 square feet.
When it comes to building amenities, expect an elevator and on-site laundry. Cats and dogs are allowed.
According to Walk Score's assessment, the surrounding area is extremely walkable, is convenient for biking and has good transit options.
(See the complete listing here.)
1519 E. Spring St.
Next up is this studio apartment, located at 1519 E. Spring St. in Central District and listed for $995/month.
Amenities offered in the building include on-site laundry and a resident lounge. In the unit, which comes furnished, you're promised quartz countertops. For those with furry friends in tow, know that cats and dogs are permitted on this property. The rental doesn't require a leasing fee.
According to Walk Score, the surrounding area has excellent walkability, is very bikeable and has excellent transit.
(Here's the listing.)
315 Maynard Ave. South
This studio apartment, situated at 315 Maynard Ave. South in the International District, is listed for $1,000/month for its 241 square feet.
Look for stainless steel appliances, high ceilings and hardwood flooring in the residence. Good news for animal lovers: Both dogs and cats are welcome here. The listing specifies a $47 application fee.
According to Walk Score, the area around this address has excellent walkability, is quite bikeable and has excellent transit.
(See the listing here.)
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