Russell Street, Halifax 21-090 - RENTED

$ 2400

Flats / Condos
Russell Street, Halifax 21-090 - RENTED
    Lovely updated 3 bedroom flat in wonderful North End Halifax
    Fully renovated and spacious flat in Halifaxs coveted North End! Walk to the Hydrostone Market, Juliens Bakery and Café, Needham Park, CFB Halifax and so much more.

    This flat has a large entry way, with thoughtfully designed front closet, and gleaming hardwood floors. Sizable and bright living room. Open concept kitchen/dining area with breakfast bar and ample space for dining table.

    Master Bedroom with Ensuite and two additional good-sized bedrooms each with generous closet space. Second full bath with double vanity.

    Well-designed laundry room located off kitchen. Back entrance leads to small deck and private large yard.

    Heat Pump provides efficient and economical heating and cooling. Parking for one vehicle.

    No Pets and No Smokers Please.

    Available June 1st for a minimum of one year.

Number of Bedrooms


Number of Bathrooms

2 full baths


Stove, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer




Electric + Heat Pump

Average Heating Cost

$126/month (yearly average power)



Why HQH?

Halifax Quality Homes is a locally owned and operated company specializing in the management and rental of homes, condos, and flats.  Our mission is to offer professional and personalized service, tailored to meet the needs of both tenant and landlord.   The company owners, Colin Sword and Susan Maylin, each have over 20 years experience in the industry and work with a dedicated support team of accounting and administrative  staff.
HQH is a member of the Investment Property Owners Association of Nova Scotia and the Better Business Bureau.

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"Colin and his team at Halifax Quality Homes provide me with peace of mind knowing that my property is professionally managed as though it was their own."
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