Approved pets welcome. Preferably 1 dog allowed. Additional pet rent required on a approved pet. Great sized home ready to occupy October 1st, 2022. The home features an open floor plan downstairs with large island and big pantry, upgraded cabinets and interior trim. All bedrooms are upstairs along with the laundry room. The master has duel vanity sinks, a nice large walk in closet and soaker tub. This is one of the few properties available with a 3rd car garage. Located in a quiet neighborhood Close to schools, shopping, eating, parks and so much more. Next door is a beautiful park maintained by the HOA. This is a very nice property ready to rent ASAP
Tenant responsible for utilities and yard. 1 dog is allowed with a $400 pet deposit and $50.00 per month pet rent. No smoking, no felons, 600 credit score or better and 2.5x rent in income. Looking for 10 - 12 month lease. $40.00 Rent $2,400 Security Deposit $2,400
Please call us at 208-285-2282 to set up a time to tour the property. If you would like to move forward with applying, we will email you an applicaiton. You can turn in applications at 4224 Dearborn st. Caldwell M-F, 8:30 to 4:15. $40 application fee for all above 18 years old, the application fee is non-refundable.
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Spartan Property Management
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