This one of a kind Nob Hill studio at 10 Miller Place is currently available for lease. This unit features an open floor plan showcasing expansive views of Coit Tower, the San Francisco Bay, downtown, and peek-a-boo views of the Bay Bridge. Previously remodeled, this home includes custom closets, a walk-in shower and soaking tub in the bathroom, and updated kitchen appliances. Shared laundry and one car parking in the garage complete your new home.
Living in Nob Hill means living in one of the best and most convenient neighborhoods in San Francisco. You won't be far from a number of public transportation options and shuttles. Nearby are bustling Chinatown, Union Square, Polk Street, and the Financial District where you can find numerous options for dining, shopping, and entertainment.
Unit show by appointment only.
- Open living/dining room
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Miele Range
- Subzero Refrigerator and Freezer
- Dornbracht bathroom fixtures
- Hansgrohe shower
- Subzero Fridge
- Deep soaking tub
- Large balcony
- Custom closet organization
- Balcony with expansive Coit Tower, Bay, Downtown and peek-a-boo Bay Bridge views
- 40-hour doorman
- Indoor, stacked parking
- Laundry Room
The unit is offered unfurnished for $3450 per month without utilities included. The security deposit is 1.5 times one month's rent.
You may also lease this unit with all furnishings for $3,700 per month, and utilities are included. Security deposit is 2 times one month's rent.
Minimum one-year lease term required.
Parking Spaces: 1
Utilities fee required
Year Built: 1963
At $3,450, this home is priced $1,054 more than the current market rate for a studio in Nob Hill.
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