Starting at $795 per month/room

1 of 2 rooms available

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Rental Cost Breakdown

First month rent upfront (with good credit)


Security Deposit


Est. Split of Utilities and Wifi

$75.00 - $125.00

Flexibility Fee


Est. Monthly Total Cost

$905.00 - $955.00

#5200 | Halley Terrace


Beautiful, furnished apartment located in Bellevue! This apartment features spacious bedrooms and a great, separate living area!

Available Rooms

ONE MONTH FREE (terms apply)
Room A: $795 Available Now

About this Unit

2 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

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On Street Parking



Couples Allowed


Pets Allowed

Features of Apartment

  • 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
  • Kitchen features granite countertops
  • Separate living area
  • Both bedrooms are a good size, and feature plenty of storage and lots of natural light
  • Bathroom features a cool, modern sink
  • Fully Furnished
  • In person tour available after credit/background check and roommate introduction
  • No Laundry At The Building


  • Located in the Bellevue area
  • About a 10 minute drive to the Congress Heights Green Line Metro Stop
  • 17 min walk to Giant food
  • Minutes from Oxon Run Park


  • We only require a $400 security deposit & first month's rent upfront (with adequate credit)
  • Flexible 3 month min. rolling leases. 3 month notice required to move out.
  • For leases shorter than 6 months, additional premium added.
  • No broker fees, short, free application.
  • Utilities - contact us to confirm what's included.
  • No smoking, no pets (properly documented ESA/service animals allowed)


The apartment will most likely not look exactly as pictured, as the furniture and decorations could have been changed since the pictures and 3D tour were collected. During your Roommate Introduction, ask the roommates about the current state of the apartment.

The labeling of each room is determined by the labeling in the 3D model and/or the labeled floor plan. If there were room labeling discrepancies at any point, the 3D model and/or labeled floor plan will always be accurate.