Queen Anne 4
2237 14th Ave W | Seattle, WA
Built in 1962, the 4 unit is a well-constructed wood-frame building with extremely low maintenance. This property consists of three spacious, 2 bedroom 1 bath units that are well laid out at approximately 825 square feet and one 1 bedroom 1 bath unit that is approximately 725 square feet. Tenants enjoy amenities such as dishwashers, garbage disposals, territorial views, and a community patio out back. The building has double-paned windows, Brazilian hardwoods, storage units in the basement, along with the water tanks in the basement as well. The 4 unit sits on a 5,250 sqft lot zoned LR3.
This low maintenance property has immediate rental upside and is positioned well to capitalize on future rent growth in one of Seattle’s most desirable locations.
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