Move in Ready 3BR/2BA Upstairs Unit in SunnySide District near City College!! - Cozy 3 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom upstairs unit for rent in San Francisco's Sunnyside District near City College! This recently remodeled unit features fully remodeled kitchen, brand new stainless steel appliances, marble countertop, warm cherry-wood cabinetry, refinished hardwood floors, plenty of recessed lightning and fresh paint. In addition, the bathroom shows a nice display which includes new sink faucets and updated ceramic tiles.
About the area:
Located near CCSF, Whole Foods, restaurants, shopping, coffeeshops, parks, transit, and more.
Convenient access to public transportation via KT-Ingleside/Third and the K-Owl, BART, and just minutes away from the 280.
Walk Score: 75, "Very Walkable" - Most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Bike Score: 67, "Bikeable" - Some hills, excellent bike lanes.
Transit Score: 85, "Excellent Transit" - Transit is convenient for most trips.
Tenant is responsible for all utilities. (PG&E, water, garbage)
Washer and Dryer is on site
Street Parking Only.
For more information, showings or questions, please contact Ryan Chung at 510-566-5842
San Francisco's Sunnyside neighborhood appears frozen in time with quaint and brightly painted 1960s style homes and duplexes lining the streets. Despite being bordered by the 280 and San Francisco City College, Sunnyside maintains a low-key, quiet, suburban profile. Glen Park and Balboa Park BART stations are nearby and Ocean Avenues K-Ingleside MUNI line is a short walk away. Monterey Boulevard and Ocean Avenue provide residents with shopping and dining options.
Laundry: In Unit
No Utilities included in rent
At $4,800, this home is priced $48 more than the current market rate for a 3 bedroom home in Sunnyside.
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