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 Rent: $2800
 Bed(s): 1
 Bath(s): 1

Gorgeous one bedroom and one bathroom condo for lease in South San Francisco. This one bedroom condo offers 828 sq. ft. of serene living with all the daily conveniences just outside your door. The kitchen features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and an open bar counter overlooking the living area. The large bedroom is complete with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. The South City Lights amenities include a modern fitness center with free weights, cardio machines, and a yoga area; a clubhouse with kitchen; and daily BART station shuttle service. Westborough Square is just across the street with Philz Coffee, Paris Baguette, Pacific Super Market, and more. Safeway and Starbucks is just across the street as well. Minutes away from 280/101. ou're only 15 minutes from San Francisco and 40 minutes from the South Bay.1-car parking, assigned.

Rent $2800
Bed/Bath 1 / 1

MLS ID 81810333 Listing provided by: Michael Soon (Compass)

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