Spectacular renovated Edwardian apartment in NOPA!
Spectacular renovated Edwardian apartment has an amazing amount of natural light. This one bedroom/ one bathroom unit is located in the heart of the Panhandle. Beautifully updated kitchen with appliances ( gas range and refrigerator). Large closet. Located in a great location, on the same block as the Hayes Valley shuttle stop, walking distance to Panhandle park, Divisadero Corridor, wonderful restaurants, cafes and much more!
– Top Floor unit
– Bright and spacious
– One bedroom
– One bathroom
– Updated kitchen
– Hardwood floors
– One year lease
– Security deposit 1.5 x rent
– Owner pays water and garbage
– Tenant pays PG&E
– Sorry, no pets
– Non-smoking unit
– Available now!
The North Panhandle neighborhood has quickly become a household name in San Francisco, although it is better known as NoPa.
NoPa’s borders surround mostly residential properties, but its key location is convenient to some of the city’s most popular destination restaurants and a growing number of storefronts. The eastern border runs along Divisadero Street, which is fast-paced with foot-traffic energy, boutique and vintage shops, epicurean desirables, and organic grocers.
Residents who live in this neighborhood enjoy the amenity of not having to own an automobile to get around in the district and out to every corner of the city. Some longtime residents will also admit that they find little reason to leave the area, as all of the city’s amenities are within reach.
The neighborhood’s westernmost border opens right up into Golden Gate Park providing endless opportunities for outdoor recreation and activities. Across the Panhandle, the long southern border along Fell Street provides a direct route to the freeway for residents that work outside the city or need a quick getaway. Other neighboring districts offer proximity to the University of San Francisco as well as the main facility for Kaiser Permanente.
With a growing number of destination restaurants and storefronts igniting its soaring popularity, becoming a resident of the North Panhandle would be an honor in the eyes of many San Franciscans.