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117 Bank St #2
Burlington, VT 05401

Local Information

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  • Schools
    1 Elementary School
    1 Middle School
    1 High School
  • Crime
    Moderate crime relative to the rest of the area.
  • Commute
    61% of residents commute by car.
  • Shop & Eat
    150 Restaurants
    18 Groceries
    56 Nightlife

Description

AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE-IN. LANDLORD includes: compost, recycling, & trash removal; heat, hot water, off-street parking for one vehicle, sewer, and water. TENANT is responsible only for: electric & internet.

Details for 117 Bank St #2

Days on Market
Days on Market: 4 Days on Trulia
Property Information
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Apartment
Exterior Features
Parking & Garage
Assigned Parking SpaceParking: Off Street
Rental
Cats allowedDeposit: $1,800

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$64,800 PER YEAR
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What Locals Say about Burlington

  • Trulia User
    "I work at home so there's no commute but downtown Burlington is close and great for a walk, coffee, shopping. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Lots of dog friendly people. With the water and hiking close by, lots of dog activities. Sidewalks. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Neighborhood with lots of family activity...kids, dog walkers, cyclists. Friendly and safe place to live. "
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  • Trulia User
    "relatively safe and friendly area, great outdoor fun is always nearby and lots of local food options."
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  • Trulia User
    "Burlington is such a good community and a great place to raise a family. As in any city, be aware of your surroundings when going out at night, but I would rate burlington as one of the safest (small) cities in the country. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Nothing is too far from anything here. Compared to our old home in Seattle, this is a breeze. Very bikeable. Haven’t used the bus system yet. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Folks tend to tailgate pretty bad, and road rage is increasing as more out of staters move to vermont. More traffic, so more incentive to take public transit. Roads need a lot of help. Commute to surrounding towns takes little time if it’s not rush hours."
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  • Trulia User
    "Burlington is incredibly dog friendly. People are constantly walking there dogs and I even live near a dog park."
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  • Trulia User
    "The buses are late 80% of the time and the drivers don’t wait until the people sit to drive off......"
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  • Trulia User
    "This neighborhood has great transportation, The nearest bus stop to get to downtown is only a two minute walk. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Being the oldest and most diverse neighborhood in Burlington, the Old North End lends a unique charm and character to the city. The Queen City would be sorely lacking without this neighborhood. It can be loud and some of the buildings can use some TLC, but those are the most minor of qualms and should be expected in any city neighborhood. McMansionville this is not, thank goodness. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I work from home. my husband drives. sometimes there is traffic, but it's not nearly as bad as other cities I've lived in. in the summer we ride bikes for quick trips around the city. **************************************************** "
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  • Trulia User
    "I am not a big fan of dogs but this neighborhood is for sure a dog friendly neighborhood and I guarantee that any dog owner will absolutely be satisfied just by the first few hours in this town"
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  • Trulia User
    "I need to drive, due to my job. I could walk to work, if needed. There is a free shuttle bus and pay for transit as well. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I own a dog and even though she doesn't like other dogs much we still make it out at least three times a day. Almost everyone leashes their dog, only twice has some dog bounced happily toward my growling boxer mix. No incidents."
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  • Trulia User
    "There are not enough dog parks and a lot of houses/apartments do not have yards. A lot of people in the neighborhood seem to be afraid of dogs. "
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  • Trulia User
    "We have access to parks, the lake, a bike path and good shopping all within walking distance. Good schools, safe neighborhoods, easy bus access into the city center."
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  • Trulia User
    "It’s a family friendly neighborhood close to everything! It’s unique in that there are 3 bike paths including trails that lead to lake Champlain which is only about 5 to 10 minute walk! Take another short walk to Ethan Allen park or cross country ski there in the winter including a wooden bridge that leads to Ethan Allen homestead. Enjoy craft beers at the simple roots brewery which is literally a 5 min walk. "
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  • Trulia User
    "i travel on rt. 15 for 20 minutes to get to essex junction. traffic is not usually too bad leaving the city in the morning. you can tell though the the way in to the city is tough in the morning"
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  • Trulia User
    "New North End of Burlington is a great area to live, it's walkable, quiet, great parks and neighbors. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Very kid-friendly and safe. Lots of walkers and bikers. Near bike path, right by Ethan Allen Park. Friendly "
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  • Trulia User
    "I have lived in this neighborhood for 28 years and my family and I love it. It is an attractive neighborhood, absolutely near to everything (work and play) and a short walk to a beautiful private beach on Lake Champlain. What's not to like."
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  • Trulia User
    "The Downtown Burlington area is such an exciting place to live and work. These units at College and Battery are spacious and modern Great security and private parking. Lakeviews and close proximity to Burlington Bikepath and Waterfront Park. Stylish One level living and loaded with amenities. Fantastic home for anyone who loves the convenience and urban feel of beautiful downtown Burlington"
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  • Trulia User
    "The neighborhood is not terrible, but there are some unsavory characters and there was recently a murder on Park St. which makes me question the safety a bit more. Not a bad walk to downtown in spring-fall, but it's a bit far in the winter. There isn't really a sense of community, that I noticed anyway and there aren't many stores in the area. It has the same safety issues (if not more) as the areas of the ONE with alot of college students, but is farther from downtown and the bus. There is usually parking."
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Local Legal Protections

LGBT • Housing Voucher • Source of Income
LGBT Legal Protections updated by Movement Advancement Project
117 Bank St #2, Burlington, VT is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. 117 Bank St #2 was listed for rent for $1,800/month on Jun 9, 2021. This property is pet friendly.