Bed / Bath: 1 / 1
Parking / Fee: Garage / $300
Laundry: In Building
Kitchen Type: Remodeled
Utilities Included: Water, Garbage and Steam Heating
This is a super bright, 2nd floor apartment in a 3 story walk-up. Walker's Paradise with everything you need only a few blocks away - Whole Foods Market, Kezar Pub, North Beach Pizza and much more! Conveniently located to the UCSF and USF campus. Public transportation is only a block or two away and will get you where ever you need to be in the City.
Featuring the following:
~ Excellent natural lighting - western exposure
~ Small well maintained building - only 9 apartments total
~ Period details - crown molding and high ceilings with modern upgrades
~ Hardwood floors
~ Remodeled kitchen with granite counter-top with a gas stove
~ Open floor plan - living/kitchen combo
~ Large bedroom with hug closets and French Doors that open up to the living area
~ Remodeled bath with pedestal sink and tiled shower/tub combo
~ Additional linen and another large closet off the foyer
~ Apartment comes with a large storage unit - perfect for storing bikes and snow boards
~ Water, garbage and steam heating included
~ Building has been retrofitted with steel support beams - earth quake upgrade
~ Laundry in building
~ Storage unit included
~ Garage parking additional fee
Sorry, No Pets or Smoking
Call or email today to view!
|Bed/Bath||1 / 1|
|Lease Term||1 Year|
|Parking / Fee||Garage / $300|
|Utilities Inc||Water, Garbage and Steam Heating|
|Unit Amenities: Fabulous Location! Secure Building!|
Location: Willard at Frederick St, San Francisco, California
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This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policy.