Large single family home- Marina District

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Spectacular single family home located in one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods. There are three large bedrooms, two full baths and laundry on the top level and on the main level, a very large living room, formal dining room. 1/2 bath, spacious kitchen and a nice family room with direct access to a large deck.
Two car parking is included (small/medium sized) and plenty of storage in the garage.
This property is wired for Gigabit Ethernet throughout the home .
It is an easy 5-minute walk to two parks (Fort Mason and Moscone Park), the Marina library, Ghirardelli Square, shops and restaurants on Chestnut, Polk, and Union Streets.

– 3 bedrooms / 2.5 baths
– Living room
– Formal dining room
– Family room
– Gas fireplace
– Large deck and yard.
– Washer/ Dryer
– Hardwood floors throughout
– 2 car tandem parking
– Storage in garage
– Six ethernet ports around the house – home office, two bedrooms, living room, dining room, and media room
– Nest Thermostat
– Monthly gardener
– Outdoor shower

– Security deposit is 2x rent
– Tenant pays all utilities
– Non smoking building
– One year lease


The Marina marshlands became a foundation for development after the 1906 earthquake, rubble from which was used to create the landfill on which much of the area was built. Gaining instant fame and attention after hosting the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, the Marina flourished until the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake set it aflame. But after rebuilding, it reemerged and has remained a strong beacon of San Francisco’s tenacity. The neighborhood is now home to some of the most prestigious and coveted addresses in all of San Francisco with an assortment of single-family homes and multi-unit buildings geared toward affluent buyers and renters. The Marina has also become a mecca for the well-to-do millennial generation of the city, who gather in dense groups for luxury shopping sprees, upscale dining and rowdy, late-night clubbing that tumbles over onto the sidewalks every weekend. Even for the locals who do not call the Marina home, it has an allure, boasting sunny days along the water, luxury shopping, and a huge selection of renowned restaurants. The area is also home to large-scale destinations such as the Palace of Fine Arts and Fort Mason, a popular location that hosts many big events in the city, from massive arts and crafts shows to the city’s famous Off the Grid weekly food truck extravaganza. The Marina is full of personality with a distinct character, which makes it a true destination neighborhood within the diverse city of San Francisco.