Nina Lee Ln

Houston, TX 77092  |  Single-Family Home

$1,550

3 beds, 2 baths

Listing Info for Nina Lee Ln

Located in the highly desired Oak Forest Subdivision sitting on a 6500 ft lot with shaded trees and an enclosed back porch with 3 electric outlets perfect for entertaining in the big backyard! Built in desk, storage drawers and sitting area in one room, master bed with standing shower and second bath in it's original, classic decor. All kitchen appliances, extra storage space in attached tandem garage, central air conditioning, ceiling fans, and natural light throughout home! Neighborhood amenities include a pool, a walking trail, parks, skate park, shopping, dining and close to 610, 290, the Heights, the Galleria and...
downtown! Pets case by case.

Property Details

Rental Fee $1,550 Property Type Single-Family Home
Bedrooms 3 Community Not available
Bathrooms 2 Zip 77092
Size Not available Pets Allowed Please inquire
ID # 45540901 Garage Please inquire
Direct Link rentalsource.com/45540901 Listing Added 34 days ago

Amenities & Features

Unit Amenities
•  Air Conditioning
•  Cable/Satellite TV
Community Features
•  Pool
•  Public Transportation

Rental Terms

1 Year Lease

Additional Info

Single-family home located at Nina Lee Ln in Houston, TX 77092 has 3 beds, 2 baths and available to rent for $1,550. Nina Lee Ln was listed on RentalSource 34 days ago by Pamela Ramsey. Nina Lee Ln is in zip code 77092 which is located in Houston, TX. The rental price of $1,550 is 2% lower than the average rental price of $1,596 for homes for rent in 77092 and 23% lower than the average rental price of $2,015 for homes for rent in Houston, TX.

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