Bed / Bath: 2 / 2
Parking / Fee: Easy Street / $
Laundry: In Unit
Kitchen Type: Gourmet
Utilities Included: None
This full floor apartment is located on Pine Street and Baker Street in the lower level unit of a very well maintained two unit building, Walking distance to shops, cafes, bars and restaurants on Sacramento Street, Laurel Village, Divisadero Street, Fillmore Street, The JCC and public transportation links as well as easy freeway access and easy access to downtown. A stones throw to beautiful Pacific Heights parks, Presidio and Alta Plaza Park to name a few.
Apartment features include:
~ Gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances - gas stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave and plenty of kitchen storage
~ Large formal Living room with decorative fireplace
~ Large formal dining room
~ Two large bedrooms
~ High ceilings throughout
~ Primary bedroom is en-suite with a brand new bathroom that has just been completely remodeled with high end finishes
~ Two full bathrooms total - both have just been completely remodeled
~ Large load washer and dryer in unit
~ Gorgeous backyard and furnished deck , shared with one other unit
~ The garden has a grill, outdoor lighting and a gas heater
~ For gardeners, sunny garden beds with irrigation available for growing vegetables and flowers
~ No utilities included
~ Security deposit is 1.5 x the rent
~ No pets, sorry
~ Ample street parking
This is a non-smoking unit.
|Bed/Bath||2 / 2|
|Lease Term||12 Months|
|Parking / Fee||Easy Street / $|
|Unit Amenities: Gorgeous Shared Garden|
Location: Pine Street at Baker Street, San Francisco, CA
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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.