House for Rent

Waterbury CT

$1,200+

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Property Description

Remodeled . Apartment 3rd Floor apartment . Amenities included : Refrigerator / New Stove /New microwave All sources of incomes are welcome . ( Regular /Sec 8 / SSI /Disability , etc ) Background Check -20$ per adult Utilities :Tenants pay Electric , Gas ( Heat & Cook ) Do u meet our prerequisites ? Any Eviction history? Any criminal history? Can u prove monthly rent payment on time for last 3 months ? Any pet ? Why u need to move ? Ur total combined household Monthly income ? Ur occupation? How many years in ur current residence ? How many Years in ur current job ? When are u planning to move in ? How many persons moving in? Do u have enough fund (deposit (2 x rent ) plus rent )? Your name /ur availabled times to view ? Which apartment ( address )u interested?Read more

Property Details

Property Type

Square Footage

989

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

1

Pets

Number of Storeys

Year Built

County Description

Waterbury is located on the Naugatuck River in New Haven County, 33 miles southwest of Hartford and 23 miles north of New Haven. Conveniently located at the junction of Interstate-84 and State Highway 8, Waterbury is often referred to as the 'capital' of Western Connecticut, serving as the metropolitan center of a beautiful 13-town region known as the Central Naugatuck Valley Region (CNVR). Originally settled in 1674, Waterbury was once known as Mattatuck (a derivation of the Algonquin Indian name for the area, "Matetacoke," meaning "place without trees") but changed its name when admitted into the Connecticut colony in 1686. The name Waterbury was chosen due to the large number of streams flowing into the Naugatuck. Waterbury was incorporated as a city in 1853.

For years, Waterbury was noted for its leading role in the manufacture of brass ware (including finishings and castings), leading to the city's nickname of Brass City. In particular, Waterbury was famous for the manufacture of watches and clocks. Appropriately, the city's motto, inscribed in marble above the City Hall entrance, is "Quid Aere Perennius," whose English translation is "What Is More Lasting Than Brass?" Today, Waterbury is also known for its advanced technology, historic architecture, and vibrant art.

Property Location

Waterbury CT

County

Waterbury CT