Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Petite House in Seattle for Rent

We have a 1917 Columbia City house available for rent starting June 1st. The house has been lovingly restored and features a floor to ceiling river rock fireplace, a claw foot tub, original fir flooring and a brand new kitchen. The house is 800 square feet with one large living room, a kitchen/dining room, a full bathroom and one bedroom.

The home is furnished with the basics including a queen-sized bed, a brown leather couch, two velvet wing chairs, a large desk and a dining room table with chairs. More or less furnishings can be negotiated.

We have big yard with lots of potential, great for someone who likes to garden. There is a driveway in the back of the house off of the alley and lots of street parking out front.

Our house is located on S Lucile St, just off Rainier Ave South. We are a 5 minute walk to Columbia City’s row of hip restaurants, an artsy movie theater and a great Farmer’s Market. Walking in the other direction, we are 7 minutes from the Seward Park PCC and 15 minutes from the entrance of Seward Park featuring a great jogging trail, tennis courts, a boat launch and BBQ pit.

From our house you can quickly get downtown, it’s a 6 mile commute. You also have easy access to I-90 and I-5. Columbia City will be one of the major stops on the new light rail system that is opening this summer. So soon you will be able to whiz to the airport or downtown in no time.

Grégoire and I currently live in Paris, but in this high tech world we are available and attentive landlords. We are hoping to find a responsible, self sufficient tenant. We are asking $1,300 a month with a 12 month lease. Water, sewage and garbage are included.

Interested parties can contact me at maryineurope@gmail.com


Kristin said...

Ok, as much as I love seeing your Seattle house every time I visit your blog, I'm ready for a new post...
I know there's gotta be something going on with you, it's springtime in Pareeeeee!

Meg said...

Ok, I understand a little about the homesickness now! What a beautiful place.