10406 SE 174th St | Renton, WA
The property was constructed in 1967 and consists of four well situated three-story buildings. The grounds comprise an expansive 192,700 square foot parcel, 4.42 acres, that is zoned CA by the city of Renton, which allows for residential occupancy of 60 units per acre. Heat is electric baseboard. All units have 50 gallon hot water heaters. 76 units have balconies or patios. All units have dishwashers and disposals and 59 of them have been retrofitted with washer/dryer hookups. There are 83 one-bedroom one-bath units ranging between 678 and 690 square feet. 47 of the one-bedroom units have decks. There are 41 two-bedroom one-bath units ranging between 875 and 900 square feet. 29 of them have decks. One of the two-bedroom units is currently being used as a model unit and office. All the windows and sliding glass doors have been replaced with new insulated vinyl windows and sliding doors as a part of the upgrade. There are 126 open parking spaces and 44 carports. The grounds have upgraded concrete curbing, sidewalks and minimal-maintenance planting strips and grass lawn areas. Many of the units have spectacular mountain views. There is an attractive and well maintained outdoor pool.
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