Property Description

AVAILABLE AUGUST 10th 2023! This unique former fraternity house has been completely renovated, the historic two story 4-plex is located on the corner of 3rd Ave and University Blvd. A short distance to the U of A campus, dining and shopping on the boulevard. Quick access to the Modern Streetcar and the City of Tucson Bicycle rentals only feet away. This two bedroom, two bath condo boasts maple wood floors, custom bathrooms and high ceilings throughout. COLD A/C! Newer cabinetry, granite counters in the convenient eat-in kitchen and high-top breakfast bar. Washer and dryer included! Featuring spacious bedrooms with ample closet space and access to the half wrap around covered front patio. WiFi Available. Pets welcome upon Owner’s approval with a $200 non-refundable pet fee. Lease must go through July 25th, 2024. Security deposit is equal to one month’s rent. Please call Rincon Ventures at 881-2258 or text Dominic  at 444-3488 to schedule an appointment to see this unit. Please do not disturb occupants.

Features
: Central Air
: Small Pets ONLY
: Covered
: Hardwood
Appliances
: Simple
: Onsite
Address Map
US
AZ
503 E University Blvd unit 1
House Mother
W111° 2' 10.2''
N32° 13' 54.9''

503 E University Blvd Unit 1

503 E University Blvd unit 1, Arizona

2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
1,239 Sqft
$1,700 Per Month
Listing ID #2162
Basic Details
Property Type : Four-Plex
Listing Type : For Rent
Listing ID : 2162
Price Type : Per Month
Price : $1,700 Per Month
View : Mountain
Bedrooms : 2
Bathrooms : 2
Half Bathrooms : 0
Square Footage : 1,239 Sqft
Year Built : 0
Agent info
Rincon Ventures
8245 N Silverbell Rd #167-A
Contact Agent

To ensure that you have the right tool to cook like a pro, we’ve curated a list of our top four favorite examples available on Amazon. Contemporary cookware brands offer a plethora of attractively designed cookware in scrumptious colors to enliven the cooking experience. If you have any questions, contact us , or drop a comment below chefzoid.com. The long handle gives you plenty of reach and it is heat resistant to 600°F, so it won’t burn or melt.