Rent Guru | North Beacon Hill DADU For Rent

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Did you miss your chance to see this awesome rental home on North Beacon Hill last spring? It's now back on the market ready to rent. The previous tenants took a job out of state and their loss is your gain.

Amazing Neighborhood and Location

For some renters, location is everything. If you are one of these renters, this home is about as perfect of a location as you can get. Located in the heart of North Beacon Hill, it’s only a few blocks away from the Link Light Rail Station, Seattle Public Library, Victrola Coffee, and other great shops & activities.  Leave your car parked at home in its off-street parking spot out front. From here, you can easily access all that Seattle has to offer.

Spacious Living Level on the Top Floor

Layout and Views

Yes, this North Beacon Hill home shares an address and design styling with the home next door but that is all it shares. This two bedroom home has its own laundry, parking, patio, backyard, AND views of the mountains. You’re ready to rent a private space. You’re ready to have your own four walls and walkable neighborhood.  This is your chance.

View of the Cascade Mountains from the Living Room

Seattle and DADUs

Let’s take a moment to talk about architecture and the future of Seattle. This home was built in 2009. The owner wanted to have a home for himself and a Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADU). This DADU adds the ability for another to experience living on North Beacon Hill in a way that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise. A slight addition to the density of the neighborhood has opened up an amazing opportunity for you. Everyone has their own opinion of the architectural styling of this home but its added density in a transit linked neighborhood is exactly what Seattle needs more of. Especially when it can be added in a way that still promotes the open enjoyment for all living there. Personally, I hope to see a lot more DADU’s and “Backyard Cottages” around Seattle.

Private Back Yard Space

More Information

And now for the slightly boring details. Hot water is provided by a tankless hot water system. The gas for heating this system is paid for by the owner. Interior heating is handled by electric wall heaters. The neighborhood parking is RPZ Zone 28. The electricity is metered separately and the water is split with the landlord.

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