Sandhurst Dr W for rent in Saint Paul, MN

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Water, garbage, and internet is set up at a cost of $150/month. (so monthly payment would be $2250 rent + $150 = $2400. electric/gas is seperate, depending on usage ($150-$250+/month) Tenant is responsible for setting/paying gas and electric accounts themselves. (Though Xcel energy) Available 6/1/2023 or sooner Easy quick access to highway 36, 35E, and 35W 10-15 minutes from either downtown EV FRIENDLY! Electric vehicle charging outlet can be made available for use in garage Totally updated unit All new LVP / tile flooring throughout Completely renovated upstairs full tiled bath Updated kitchen cabinets and new kitchen countertop New appliances (over the range microwave, washer, dryer) New LED lighting and devices (switches, outlets, dimmers) throughout 2 large bedrooms upstairs New bathroom with a shower on the lower level Tiled half bath off the master bedroom Fresh paint, clean Quiet neighbors Attached deep single car garage, driveway, and street parking available Back deck Large south facing windows bring in lots of natural light Vaulted ceilings, open layout Plenty of closet space with organizers for storage Near Central Park, Reservoir Woods, and other safe walking/biking paths Close to Rosedale and Maplewood mall Ample shopping & grocery options nearby Roseville school district Washer/dryer, keypad entry, smart garage door opener that can be programmed to work with your phone, large bedrooms, bathrooms with showers on both levels, LED lighting, 5G internet, garbage disposal, laundry tub/sink, dishwasher

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