E Jewell Ave Apt 203 - 1br for rent in Aurora, CO

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Photos: All photos are of the actual property's exterior and interior. If you cant see the photos, please go to www.5280ManagementGroup.com and click on available properties. Brandychase II Condominiums: This is a newly renovated 1 bedroom / 1 bath Condo in the Brandychase II Condominium complex. Unlike an apartment complex, many units are owner occupied, which leads to the benefit of higher pride of ownership and lower resident turnover. Yes, this is better than an apartment complex. Unit #203: Clean, Private, and Secure second floor with a security door, newly renovated, approximately 708 sq. ft. with lots of windows and natural light and nice views of the evening sunset, covered front entry plus a covered patio, central air conditioning for the summer, all major appliances included plus a counter-top microwave and a hooked-up washer/dryer, community swimming pool, a private off-street parking spot plus lots of additional guest parking. Great, Convenient Location: Less than 10 minutes to major interstates: I-225, I-25, and I-70, less than 25 minutes to downtown, RTD Light Rail and Bus stops nearby, convenient to shopping and entertainment, plus easy access to Horseshoe Park and Tierra Park. Application Policies and Conditions: All applicants over the age of 18 must submit an individual rental application with a non-refundable $40 application fee per applicant. Please contact us by email or phone and receive approval before applying to verify availability. For both out of state applicants and in state applicants, properties may be rented "sight unseen", due to the current limited supply of high quality rentals. more details: 14131 E Jewell Avenue #203


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