Magnificent, huge, bi-level 3BR/2.5 BA w/outdoor/rooftop access!
741 Clement St. between 8th and 9th Ave.
Email Liz for showing information!
About the building:
In the heart of The Inner Clement District stands the Coliseum Theatre. It was built in 1918 and reinvented as a luxury condo building with 14 homes in 2002. The historic facade has been preserved and the lobby with its terrazzo patterns gives a nod to the glamour of early Hollywood. Amenities of the building include an elevator secure off street parking and a roof deck.
This spectacular unit has a huge living room with lots of windows! The kitchen has a Viking range/oven, Viking range hood and Bosch dishwasher.
Master bedroom with en suite and ample closet space located on lower level. The two upper level bedrooms have access to their own separate, private outdoor/roof top space. The two full bathrooms each have a shower and separate bathtub with double vanity sinks and marble countertops and floors.
The 9 foot+ ceilings and oversized, double-paned windows add volume, light and drama to the home. Homes in his building are rarely available. Don’t miss this one.
– Approximately 2000 square feet!
– Bright and spacious
– Updated appliances (Viking range, Bosch dishwasher, Frigidaire refrigerator)
– Updated bathrooms
– Large bedrooms
– 3 bedrooms
– 2.5 bathrooms
– Laundry in unit
– Radiant heat in all rooms on both levels!
– One year lease
– Security deposit 1.5 x rent
– Owner pays water and garbage
– Parking included – one side by side, outdoor, secured parking spot
– Sorry, no pets
– Non-smoking unit
– Available now!
The Richmond district runs across the entire northern border of Golden Gate Park. The Inner Richmond sits above the eastern section of the park and like its neighbors, is renowned for its mild to brisk weather – natural to this region in such close proximity to the Pacific Ocean. The residential streets of the Inner Richmond are lined with a variety of housing styles ranging from single-family homes to multi-unit properties. From the sand dunes, the region emerged after the 1906 Earthquake as a residential district with parks and commercial spaces.
This location offers a diverse selection of restaurants along with abundant shopping and retail establishments. Within walking distance is Mountain Lake Park, the Presidio, a seasonal Farmer’s Market and convenient public transportation.
Similar to other large districts in San Francisco like Noe Valley or the Mission, the Inner Richmond has a little bit of everything to please everyone, minus the hype and the high price tag. Come live a life of convenience in the Inner Richmond where you’ll find history, culture, food, and fun.