3Bd/2.5Br House - Furnished- New Construction - Near Duke In A Beautiful Quiet Neighborhood

2003 Wa Wa Ave. | Durham
Distance to Duke Chapel: 1.37 miles

TOP AMENITIES
  • Air Conditioning
  • Allow Dogs
  • Balcony
  • Dishwasher
  • Furnished Units Available
  • Laundry In-Unit
  • Access to Trails
  • Garbage Included
ABOUT
This is a newly constructed beautiful 3 bedroom 2.5 bath 2-story house with a huge lawn and large fenced backyard. 1650 square feet with owner's bedroom which features a walk-in closet and double vanity bathroom. 2 bedrooms and a full bath upstairs. Half a bath downstairs. New stainless steel appliances. 12-minute bike ride to Duke campus and medical center. Driveway parking for 3 cars. The neighborhood is green, beautiful and quiet and very family friendly. The house features hardwood floors all across, washer and dryer and comes furnished with brand new furniture. This is an ideal house if you are a student in undergrad or any of the graduate programs or work anywhere on the Duke campus or the hospital. Current occupants are physicians at Duke. Close to downtown, lots of restaurants, coffee shops and trails. Please contact for more info. Lease start date is July 1st but there is flexibility. Serious inquiries only please. Background and credit check will be required prior to signing a lease.
PRICING
Studio, Bath
$2200

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