separate dining / kitchen nook
open corner unit with lots of lighting
Locate in the Pacific Heights which is the 29th most walkable neighborhood in San Francisco with a Walk Score of 96 and bout 19,973 residents. Daily errands do not require a car
Building is surround with excellent public transportation and is somewhat bikeable.
Car sharing is available from Getaround, City CarShare, RelayRides and Zipcar.
Nearby neighborhoods: Union Street, Japantown, Lower Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow, Western Addition, Marina District and Cathedral Hill.
Nearby parks include Baker & Broderick Mini Park, Presidio Heights Playground and Alta Plaza Park.
Nearby schools include Drew School, William L. Cobb Elementary School and San Francisco University High School.
Nearby coffee shops include Cumaica Coffee, Food and Cafe Luna. There are 66 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Eliza's, Tataki Sushi & Sake Bar and Bistro SF Grill.
It is near University of San Francisco, California Institute of Integral Studies and Wells Fargo Headquarters.
N JUDAH - 1.4 mi
J CHURCH - 1.5 mi
1BX CALIFORNIA B EXPRESS - 0.0 mi
1 CALIFORNIA - 0.0 mi
24 DIVISADERO - 0.2 mi
43 MASONIC - 0.2 mi
3 JACKSON - 0.2 mi
2 CLEMENT - 0.2 mi
RelayRides: 2009 Volkswagen Tiguan - 0.1 mi
Zipcar: Lyon St/Bush St - 0.2 mi
Getaround: 2003 BMW 3 Series - 0.2 mi
Zipcar: California St/Presidio Ave - 0.2 mi
Getaround: 2006 Honda Civic - 0.2 mi
RelayRides: 2001 Ford Windstar - 0.2 mi
Getaround: 2007 Mazda MAZDA3 - 0.2 mi
Getaround: 2008 Toyota Prius - 0.2 mi
City CarShare: Pod# 264 - 0.2 mi
Zipcar: Sutter St/Divisadero St - 0.2 mi
Year Built: 1929
Heat - electric
Laundry room / hookups
Oven / range
At $2,500, this listing is priced $500 cheaper than the current market rate for a studio in Lower Pacific Heights.
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