Jaw-Dropping 4 Bed - 1 Bath Cape Cod For Rent in Euclid, Ohio! - Rental Terms:
- Monthly Rent: $1,045.00/mo
- Security Deposit: $1,045.00
- Application Fee: $49
- Pets permitted with a $200 non-refundable fee up front and $20/month. (Some breed restrictions pertain)
Available Immediately - Call Now!
Leasing Agent: Stephanie Gates - (440) 941-0359 email@example.com
This jaw-dropping Cape Cod can be yours for only $1,045 a month! The home features 4 bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, and offers approximately 1,220 square feet of living space on a lot size of about 5,236 square feet. Large living room with gorgeous woodwork and a new ceiling fan. Updated eat-in kitchen complete with new flooring, built-in cabinets, and brand new stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, range/oven with exhaust, and refrigerator. The full bath was completely updated with a new light fixture, new ceramic tile lining the shower, and a new vanity. 2 bedrooms are located on the first floor both with new flooring, a closet, and new ceiling fans. The second floor features the other 2 bedrooms both with new flooring, a closet, and a new ceiling fan. In the spacious backyard, there is a detached 1 car garage and a small wooden deck off the back. This jaw-dropping Cape Cod is located in the amazing City of Euclid, Ohio. Call Stephanie today to schedule a tour! (440) 941-0359
Introduction to Euclid, Ohio
Euclid, Ohio, in Cuyahoga County, is 10 miles NE of Cleveland, Ohio. It's situated along Lake Erie and is regarded as a suburb of Cleveland. The city was named after a Greek mathematician. The scenic Cuyahoga Valley National Park is nearby.
David Dille, a lieutenant during the Revolutionary War, was the founder of Euclid. In the early days, it was primarily a farming community with wheat and table grapes being important. Shipbuilding, saltworks, grist mills, and sawmills were significant factors for the economy. Near the end of the 19th century, the quarrying of bluestone was successful for several companies. In 1903 Euclid officially became a city. Industries were flourishing during World War II.
National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame
Softball Hall of Fame
Shore Cultural Center is used for a variety of events including concerts and plays.
Albert W. Henn Mansion is a picturesque brick English Tudor Revival house and is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
C.E. Orr Ice Arena
Euclid Beach Park is a popular destination for recreational activities. There are several beach areas along Lake Erie. Briardale Greens Golf Course is popular with golfing enthusiasts. The Lake Erie Circle Tour can be done by driving or taking a boat tour. It travels through the working waterfront areas, scenic locations, and historic areas. Nearby Cleveland offers a wide variety of activities and entertainment.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park features the Cuyahoga River and is popular for bicycle riding and hiking. The Ohio & Erie Canal Tow-Path Trail is a major path in the park. The scenic landscape includes rolling hills, waterfalls, and steep narrow ravines. The park has an abundance of wildlife. The park also offers outdoor concerts and art exhibits. Special event railroad tours are provided by the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Euclid Higher Education
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art, Ursuline College and Cleveland Institute of Music are close by.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is nearby.