Bed / Bath: 1 / 1
Parking / Fee: Street / $
Cats & Small Dogs Negotiable
Laundry: In Unit
Kitchen Type: Remodeled
Utilities Included: none
RESTORED TELEGRAPH HILL TROPHY BUILDING ~ AVAILABLE NOW ~ OFFERING ONE MONTH FREE!!!
Live in a newly renovated 1 BR/ 1 BA apartment at the top of the hill on Vallejo Street in North Beach/Telegraph Hill! Located at the first level above the garage, this 3 floor flat building is located in one of San Francisco’s most charming and quintessential neighborhoods. You are walking distance to the shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants along vibrant Grant and Columbus. Easy access to the Financial District and the Embarcadero.
The apartment features the following:
~ Southern exposure and lovely light
~ Large Remodeled Kitchen with room for a dining table!
~ New quartz countertops, dishwasher, & gas stove
~ Butler’s pantry with original detail and charm to the living room
~ Laundry room off the kitchen with W/D
~ All new double pane windows, fresh paint, & refinished hardwood floors
~ Living room has original wainscoting with coved ceilings and charming built ins
~ Period details with modern touches throughout
~ Remodeled beautiful bathroom
~ WORK FROM HOME hidden den/office - so cool!
~ Key pad entry
~ Street Parking available
~ Available now!
~ SMALL PET DOG (no aggressive breeds) and pet cat negotiable
This is a non-smoking unit.
|Bed/Bath||1 / 1|
|Lease Term||12 Months|
|Pets||Cats & Small Dogs Negotiable OK|
|Parking / Fee||Street / $|
|Outside Area||Shared Patio|
|Unit Amenities: Telegraph Hill Views!|
Location: Vallejo at Montgomery, 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.