Apartment hunting on a budget can be difficult. So what does the low-end price on a rental in Queen Anne look like these days — and what might you get for the price?
According to Walk Score's assessment, the neighborhood is a "walker's paradise," is convenient for biking and has good transit options. It also features median rents for a one bedroom that hover around $1,750, compared to a $1,593 one-bedroom median for Seattle as a whole.
A look at local listings in Queen Anne via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide yields a look at what price-conscious apartment seekers can expect to find in this Seattle neighborhood.
Take a look at the cheapest listings available right now, below. (Note: Prices and availability are subject to change.)
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617 Third Ave. West
Listed at $1,195/month, this 305-square-foot studio apartment, located at 617 Third Ave. West, is 8.3% less than the $1,303/month median rent for a studio in Queen Anne.
Amenities offered in the building include on-site laundry, an elevator and on-site management. Also, expect central heating and hardwood flooring in the apartment. This listing is cat-friendly.
(See the complete listing here.)
419 Queen Anne Ave. North
Then there's this 366-square-foot studio at 419 Queen Anne Ave. North, also listed at $1,195/month.
The residence comes with hardwood flooring, a walk-in closet and a renovated kitchen. When it comes to building amenities, expect additional storage space. Pet owners, take heed: This rental is both dog-friendly and cat-friendly.
(See the listing here.)
221 W. Mercer St.
And here's a one-bedroom, one-bathroom space at 221 W. Mercer St., which, with 620 square feet, is going for $1,445/month.
You can expect to find heating, hardwood flooring, granite countertops and a walk-in closet in the residence. Pet owners, take heed: This property is both dog-friendly and cat-friendly. Future tenants needn't worry about a leasing fee.
(Check out the listing here.)
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