Bed/Bath: 2bd / 1.5ba
Type: Apartment - Unfurnished
Parking: Street Parking
Terms: 1 Year Lease Terms
Charming Presidio Heights 2BD Apartment with Split Bath
This charming 2 bedroom 1 split bath unit features period details and is located in a great Presidio Heights location, on the border of neighboring Laurel Heights/Jordan Park and Pacific Heights - walk to Laurel Village and Sacramento Street shopping!
- 2 bedrooms, 1 split bath.
- Recently painted throughout.
- Period crown moldings.
- Large hallway closets.
- Spacious living room with hardwood floors.
- 2nd front room with hardwood floors.
- Carpet in hallway and 2 other bedrooms.
- Updated kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of storage Kitchen rear door leads to private storage & down to laundry room in the garage.
- Large rear bedroom/family room.
- Bathroom has tub/shower.
- Great shared laundry area with countertops, and individual storage cabinets for laundry supplies.
- STREET PARKING ONLY.
- Walk Score 94: Daily errands do not require a vehicle.
- Transit Score 80: Excellent transit with several Muni lines just steps away, including the 1-California, 3-Jackson, and 43-Masonic.
- SORRY NO PETS.
- 1 YEAR LEASE, AVAILABLE NOW!
A quick walk lets you know that living here, you're in good company. In fact, Presidio Heights counts Laurel Heights, Pacific Heights, Lone Mountain and the Inner Richmond as its neighbors. Quiet and convenient, with plenty of expedient bus lines, handy shopping at Laurel Village, and the kid-friendly Laurel Hill playground all nearby - Laurel Heights' proximity to the west campus of California Pacific Medical Center & UCSF Laurel Heights Campus attracts many professionals.
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And it’s not hard to see why.
Here, you’ll find block after block of head-turning, turn-of-the-century homes (such as the Haas-Lilienthal House , Spreckels Mansion , and Bourn Mansion , to name a few) and world-famous views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge.
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