Lovely Updated 2BD/1BA in Twin Peaks
925 Burnett #1 is in Twin Peaks
Please view the unit in person before applying.
Lovely, light-filled unit located in Twin Peaks in a well kept building. Unit is spectacular w/ new floors throughout the unit. Kitchen includes ( stainless steel dishwasher, refrigerator, and stove). Two bedrooms with ample closet space. One full bath. Located in a great neighborhood with lots of parking!
– Bright and spacious
– 2 bedrooms with carpet
– 1 bathroom
– Recently installed vinyl floors in main areas
– Kitchen w/ dishwasher, refrigerator and stove
– Very clean!
– Year built: 1971
– Well maintained 3 unit bldg
– Shared laundry onsite: $20 mo
– Storage locker included
– One car garage space included
– Available now!
– One year lease
– Security deposit 1.5 x rent
– Owner pays- water & garbage
– Tenant pays- PG&E
– Sorry, no pets
– Non-smoking unit
Diamond Heights is a neighborhood that contains the expansive outdoor space of Glen Canyon Park, with two residential pockets on the two hills at its northern and southeastern borders.
A late bloomer in terms of San Francisco neighborhood development, Diamond Heights did not form until the 1960s as a response to the post-war housing demands that ignited a development frenzy. The community was the very first project for the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association whose main goal was to redevelop areas using their inherent characteristics, such as the two hills that make up most of Diamond Heights today. The homes that were built here in the 1960s are still largely under ownership by their original titleholders, including some of the multi-unit rental properties.
The area has one main commercial center for residents, located on Diamond Heights Boulevard, which caters to most of the resident’s essential needs. And thanks to its bordering districts, the residents of Diamond Heights can enjoy their small suburb and amazing views, and easily take a public bus or short drive to enjoy the trendier urban amenities of Noe Valley or Glen Park.
The biggest attraction in Diamond Heights is Glen Canyon Park, boasting 63 acres of officially sanctioned undeveloped natural area that represents the true terrain of the region as it was before the massive redevelopment.
This tucked-away neighborhood surrounded by nature is ideal for serene residential living equipped with stunning views in a central location only minutes away from city life.