4427 5th Ave NE #1-12, 1 Bed, 1 Bath

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Geographic Area Wallingford, 98105
Wallingford/ University District - HIDDEN GEM! From the street, you would never guess that this beautiful One Bedroom Apartment Home is hiding in plain sight! You will enjoy this recently renovated Wallingford Gem. Our unit offers a dream kitchen with stainless steel range, refrigerator, dishwasher, built-in microwave, tile and marble back splash, quartz counter tops, 2 tone soft close cabinets, white washed hardwood floors throughout, spacious bedroom and stackable washer/dryer in the apartment. Discover this gem for $1345.00 with off-street parking available. Located in the All View Apartments at 4427 5th Ave. NE #3, Seattle, WA 98105. The popular Wallingford neighborhood offers eclectic shops, restaurants, movie theaters, Farmer's Market, and is on major bus lines with easy I-5 access. Available Now! One-year Lease. Rent: $1345. Deposit: $1345. Move-In Fee $75.00 No Pets. No Smoking. No Co-Signers. Tenant pays all utilities including electric heat. Off street parking $45 per space. LIMITED

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Wallingford is a residential neighborhood in northern Seattle located between Interstate 5 and Stone Way N Road. Wallingford extends southward to Lake Union. The Wallingford shoreline houses Gas Works Park, a converted gas and coal plant. Gas Works Park spans 20 acres and is a great place for flying kites and looking out over the Seattle skyline. It is a historic landmark complete with picnic shelters and running paths. At Wallingford's northern boundary, the neighborhood abuts the southeast edge of Woodland Park. 

Woodland Park includes a renowned zoo with a menagerie of animals including hippos, elephants, zebras and flamingos. Woodland Park Zoo also has several gardens and a historic carousel. Green Lake is directly north of Wallingford and has several parks and a scenic running trail around the water. Wallingford is also next door to Fremont, a neighborhood with a wide selection of breweries and eateries. 

Wallingford is a short commute from downtown Seattle,and also offers access to the Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhoods via Aurora Avenue N. Furthermore, the University of Washington is dead east of the neighborhood, giving Wallingford a versatile centralized location.