Pet-Friendly 1 BDR/1 BA Condo w/ HUGE Patio -Steps from Lafayette Park

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1945 Washington St #305 x Gough St is in Pacific Heights

This lovely one bedroom condo is just half a block from Lafayette Park in Pacific Heights. Newly remodeled kitchen with quartz countertops, white cabinets, laminate floors, and stainless steel appliances ( refrigerator, stove, microwave, & dishwasher). One updated full bath. In unit laundry. Access to private balcony from bedroom and living room. Amazing roof deck and gym in building!

– 1 BDR/ 1 BATH
– 650 sq ft
– Updated kitchen
– Updated bathroom
– Private balcony
– In unit laundry

– Gym
– Roof deck
– Year Built: 1987

– Available Now
– One year lease
– Security deposit 1.5 x rent
– Tenant pays gas and electric; Owner pays water and garbage
– HOA Move In/Out Fee: $500
– One car garage parking available for $150/mo
– Pet Negotiable: Additional deposit and restrictions apply
– Non-smoking unit

Pacific Heights is part of the northernmost section of San Francisco, an area of the city known for its rich history. It also bears a reputation as contemporary, hip, and upscale — a perfect balance between the old and the new.

Pacific Heights represents the more sophisticated image within this district of neighborhoods, with homes here being some of the most exclusive in all of San Francisco. The classic architecture can be found in the form of grand mansions, historically known as homes to the city’s most prominent residents, and today are not far off from their origin in terms of inhabitants. Indeed, successful entrepreneurs, business tycoons, philanthropists, and celebrities still seek homes here alongside a handful of local families that made their fortunes during the Gold Rush.

Cutting through the middle of the neighborhood north to south is Fillmore Street, known for its upscale boutiques, destination restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and trendy bars. This strip is straddled by two parks: Lafayette Park and Alta Plaza Park are both bubbling public green spaces that neighborhood residents and other locals are drawn to for relaxation and people watching.

History, charm, flair, and unparalleled panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge combine to make Pacific Heights a magnet for the affluent looking to put down new roots someplace rich in more ways than one.