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HOUSE FOR RENT March 1 – near I-40 and Biltmore Village

 Accepting applications for great 2 BR House in Biltmore area!
Available March 1st. One year lease. We’re looking for a quiet, responsible tenant.

House is 920 ft plus small separate shared storage area. This is a wonderful house in a quiet, convenient neighborhood located near Hendersonville Road and Route 40. Minutes from the Biltmore Estate, and Mission Hospital.

 Sparkling clean, good quality construction, 2 bedroom, one bathroom with tiled floor and 6 foot tub/shower, features gorgeous hardwood floors, carpeted bedrooms,dishwasher, laundry hookup, storage area, ac/base-board heat. Large back yard.
$975 a month plus electric. Water is included. Lawn is mowed. You shovel snow in winter.

Sorry: No smoking. No night owl noise or parties. No dogs. Friendly grown neutered cat is welcome.

References and deposit required.   Contact Debbie Nordeen for more information and to apply (no phone calls at this time, but give your phone number in your email)    Email:
(There is a small apartment on the lower level of this house – totally separate entrance, etc.)



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