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2br - 1500ft2 - (2) Bedroom/(2) Bath Townhome (Port Matilda) (116 views) Share |
12:46 pm, 4 July, 2019
Asking Price: $700.00
 
For Rent: (2) bedroom/(2) bath townhome located across from Port Matilda Post Office. Downstairs has foyer, entry closet, 1/2 bath, kitchen (includes all appliances - dishwasher, stove, built in microwave, refrigerator), dining area, living room, large storage closet and utility room. Upstairs has (2) large bedrooms with a Jack and Jill bath - each bedroom has their own vanity/toilet area and they share a common shower. One bedroom has (2) individual closets and the other has (1) large closet. Vinyl flooring in kitchen, dining area, foyer, and bathrooms. Carpeting in rest of home. This is the end unit in a triplex (unit furthest from road) and there is parking for two vehicles in rear of building. Rent includes water, sewer, refuse collection. Tenant pays electric which is lights and heat - electric heat is thermal-ray ceiling cable which is very efficient and frees up all wall space since no baseboard wall units and tenant pays for cable and landline phone (if needed) The unit has a full size stackable washer/dryer in utility room. Cable connections in living room and both bedrooms. The triplex has a very large backyard area as well. Nice location and only 15 minutes to State College. No smoking allowed and no pets. No undergrads please. Available August 1st with a August 1st, 2020 lease end date. Please email for more information or to schedule appt for viewing.
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