Glenwood Commons Student Housing – 320 W. South Street, Rice Lake, WI 54868
|Style: Dorm Suite – 4 bedroom, 1.25 bath shared by four students.|
|Availability: Waiting List Only|
|Optional lease terms:
One Semester – $1,900 to $2,150 (dependent on furnishings)
Two Semesters – $3,800 to $4,300 (dependent on furnishings)
Full Year – $4,560 to $5,160 (dependent on furnishings)
|Security deposit: $400|
|Utilities included in rent: Water, sewer, gas, trash, electric, cable, and
high-speed internet (student needs to provide ethernet cable to access internet)
|Number of floors: 3|
|Approx. unit size (sq. ft.): 1300|
|Handicapped Accessible: Yes|
|Pet policy: No pets|
|Parking available: Free on-site parking available|
|Laundry facilities: Laundry facilities on-site|
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