Bright, Top Floor Classic 1920s Studio

750 Presidio Avenue #305 is located in the Laurel Heights/ Lower Pac Heights neighborhood
***Do not disturb tenants or building manager. Contact the agent for a private appt before applying.***

Immaculate Lower Pacific Heights studio with classic details of 1920’s. Original fittings, hardwood floors, period light fixtures, bay windows with shutters and window dressings.
Walking distance to Trader Joe’s, Target City Center, Laurel Heights retail corridor and Geary & Divisadero restaurants and cafes, and Muni lines

– LARGE top floor studio
– Full bathroom
– Hardwood Floors
– HUGE Walk In Closet + additional hallway closet
– Separate Eat In Kitchen
– Full bathroom

Approximate Room Measurements
Walk in closet 6.10 x 8.1
Main room 12.1 x 17
Dining Room 8.1 x 6′ 0
Kitchen 6.1 x 8.1
Closet 2.7 x 2.7
Linen 1.4 x 2.5
Bath 5.4 x 6.11

– Year Built: 1928
– 21 unit building w/ onsite manager
– Walk Up building
– Shared Coin Op Laundry onsite
– Bike Storage in Garage
– One car garage parking available – for small/medium sized car; $125/mo

– Available now
– One year lease required
– Security Deposit: 2x the rent
– Utilities: Tenant pays for PG&E, Owner pays for water, garbage & steam heat
– Sorry, no co-signers, Must have clean credit history and total gross household income is at least 3x the rent per month
– Non-smoking unit
– Sorry – No Pets

Jennifer Risano
Rentals In SF
Leasing Agent
BRE# 01912615

Broker – Rentals In SF 1318 Hayes Street San Francisco CA 94117

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