Sophisticated 2 bedroom / 1.5 Flat w/ gorgeous new kitchen and bath
Spacious top floor, rear facing 2 bed / 1 Bath is available now. Light and bright unit. Entirely new kitchen includes gas range, dishwasher, disposal, new cabinets and quartz countertops. Bathroom includes white marble and walk in frameless shower. Increadinby tasteful and timeless renovation throughout. All units have access to a shared patio/garden, bike storage for 2 bikes. Free shared laundry in building. Walk to Alamo Square, Duboce Park, Lower Haight and Divisadero, some of SF’s most popular districts!! Only four units in building.
– 2 bedroom / 1 Bathroom
– Gorgeous new renovation
– Top Floor (3rd Floor, rear facing)
– Hardwood floors
– Modern Kitchen w/ dishwasher, disposal, quartz countertops
– Brick patio and garden (shared)
– Laundry in building (free)
– Bike racks on first floor
– 245 Scott St #4
– Lower Haight, Duboce Park, Alamo Square neighborhood
– Walkscore: 98!
– Security Deposit: 1 month’s rent
– Owner pays for water and garbage
– 12-month lease
– Sorry, No pets prefered
– Tandem parking is available for lease for $200 / month.
– Large storage closet available for $200 / month.
– Non-smoking unit
– Available now!
– Good credit
– Verifiable income = or greater than 3x the rent
– Positive Landlord reference(s)
– Living room: 12.5’ x 15.4’
– First bedroom: 12.4’ x 13.2’
– Second bedroom: 14.2’ x 9.1’
– Ceiling height: 11.2’
– Kitchen: 8.5’ x 10.3’
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