This is a fully renovated one bedroom single family home built in 1884. It has four full rooms including a formal dining room with sliding doors connecting to the living room and a private 2 or 3 car garage!
12 foot ceilings throughout with picture molding and decorative french molding in dining room
Newly renovated kitchen with new granite countertops, dark wood cabinets, sealed burner gas stove, dishwasher, and plenty of space to seat six comfortably for dinner
Renovated bathroom with large stand up shower
Wood floors throughout
Living room has working fireplace with marble mantlepiece
Dining room directly adjoins bathroom; this room is frequently used as a master bedroom
House has just been renovated including a full seismic retrofit replacing all foundation walls and a steel beam in center of garage allowing 2-3 car parking and lots of storage space!
Separate laundry room offers extra storage and convenience
Small private back deck off kitchen is an ideal place for weekend brunches in the sunny Mission District weather
Small shared back yard
Tenant pays all utilities
Security deposit is $4,000.00. Sorry, but absolutely NO PETS ALLOWED in this unit.
To visit any of our available properties:
RMC uses a key checkout system that does not require an appointment to view any of our available rental homes. Please come to our office at 1234 Castro Street, at 24th Street in Noe Valley, any time between 8AM and 4PM Monday through Friday or 10AM to 4PM Saturday and Sunday to check out keys for one hour. You will need to bring a photo ID and a $40 cash deposit to check out keys. We'll make a copy of your photo ID and return it to you and we will return your $40 deposit when you return the keys in an hour. No need to call to make an appointment, no need to meet a leasing agent at a specific time, no need to compete with dozens of other applicants to see the rental home during a "15 minute" open house!
At $3,250, this home is priced $325 cheaper than the current market rate for a 1 bedroom home in San Francisco.
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