8620 3rd Ave NW | Seattle, WA
Built in 1990, the Newland, is a well-constructed wood-frame building that is extremely low maintenance. This property consists of six spacious, 2 bedroom 1.5 bath units that are well laid out a approximately 960 square feet and seven 2 bedroom 1 bath units that range from 535 – 620 square feet. Tenants enjoy amenities such as secured garage parking, in-unit washers and dryers, dishwashers, decks and brand new carpet and pain in all common areas.
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