Spectacular, Pet-Friendly 2bdr Condo in Pac-Heights! Rentals In SF
****PLEASE NOTE – THIS UNIT HAS BEEN RENTED****
THE SHOWING FOR SUNDAY, 4/7/19 HAS BEEN CANCELLED
2040 Franklin st. #705
Showing Schedule: http://www.rentalsinsf.com/listings/showing-schedule/
Walk into this spectacular two bedrooms two bath condo in immaculate condition! As you walk into the unit there is a foyer. To the right is a nice, immaculate galley kitchen with stainless steel refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, microwave and stove/oven. There is a kitchen island.
The master bedroom has direct access to a patio with terra-cotta tile. The room is large and easily fit a king size bed and more there are two closets one is a huge walk-in closet and the other has built-in shelves. There is a full bath with a shower attached to this bedroom.
The second full bath with tub is in the hallway next to a closet with built-in shelves which is located just outside the second bedroom. There are large amounts of closet space and direct access to the terra-cotta tile deck.
There is a large living room dining room combination.
One car parking is included.
Laundry is located just outside the unit in the laundry room.
Conveniently located near Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Fillmore St., Polk St., Union St., several parks, and public transportation to the Financial District.
– 2 bedroom
– 2 bathroom
– Large living
– Galley kitchen
– Private deck
– Laundry room on same floor as / just outside unit
– One year lease
– Security deposit 1.5 x rent
– Tenant pays all utilities
– Pet-friendly (additional pet deposit: $850.00)
– Non-smoking unit
– Available now!
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.