Charming One bedroom in Inner Sunset


Charming, one bedroom unit in the inner sunset. Walking distance to UCSF, GG Park, Cole Valley. Beautiful hardwood floors, period style details and large oversize windows let in great light.

Key Features:
– Large one bedroom / one bathroom
– Located on 2nd Floor – rear facing
– Kitchen includes: gas range and.dishwasher & Panty
– Large bedroom with closet
– Built in period details
– Shared backyard
– Laundry in building (coin operated)

Location:
– 230 Judah St (Inner Sunset)
– 2 blocks to Golden Gate Park
– Convenient Inner Sunset Location- food, drinks, post office
– very walkable to UCSF Medical Center
– Close to Cole Valley and Upper Haight
– Mt. Sutro Open Space Reserve nearby
– N Muni light rail

Key Terms:
– 12 month lease (then month-to-month)
– Rent controlled unit
– Utilities: water included.
– Security Deposit: 1.5 x rent
– Pets: friendly with additional deposit and/or pet rent *
– Available: 7/16

Dimensions:
– living room: 17’ x 12.4’
– Kitchen: 9’ x 9.4’
– Bedroom: 13.6’ x 13.4’
– Ceiling height: 9 feet

Qualifications:
– Good credit
– Verifiable income = or greater than 3x the rent
– Positive Landlord reference(s)

*Pets negotiable. Dog breed and weight restrictions apply. Landlord to screen and approve all pets. Must proof of vaccination and insurance upon signing lease. Separate monthly “pet” rent to apply if your pet is accepted. Pet rent for dogs $100 / month. $50 / month cats

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