Our beautiful, elegant building is located across the street from newly renovated Lafayette Park. Dog running area, sweet, "state of the art", large playground, plenty of grass to put your picnic blanket on, amazing views, lots of sun and clean, clear air. Walk to upper part of Fillmore Street and catch a movie at Clay theatre or shop at one of upscale boutiques. People watching and socializing at its best in one of the hip, neighborhood restaurants or coffee houses. City buses as well as Silicon Valley shuttles within short walking distance. Walking paradise!
Quiet, very large 1 bedroom apartment . Very spacious living room with working, wood burning fire place. Remodeled, Chef's kitchen featuring dark wood, custom-made cabinets, stainless steel, high end appliances. Kitchen opens up to a very large formal dining room. Excellent flow of living room, dining room and kitchen makes entertaining easy and enjoyable. Hardwood floors in pristine shape throughout. Large Bedroom. Remodeled bathroom featuring full size tub and separate shower enclosure. All rooms are well separated allowing privacy and quiet relaxation. Several walk-in closets. Very high ceilings, crown moldings and Art Deco, well preserved details make this place a real gem. Sitting on the bench in the afternoon sun, playing tennis at Lafayette Park or taking a leisurely stroll through Pacific Heights seem to be our tenants' favorite past times.
Heat, water, garbage included in rent. One year lease required. Cats welcome, but no dogs, please.
This listing is priced above the average 1 bedroom home in Pacific Heights by $983.
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