Spectacular, Newly Renovated 2bd/1ba in The Mission!

Located in the Mission, this 2 bedroom apartment is available now! Light filled, completely redone unit. Beautiful eat-in kitchen with stone counters, subway tiles backsplash, shaker style cabinets and stainless steel appliances ( refrigerator, gas range, dishwasher and sink) with access to the deck. Spacious living room with access to a private deck. Two spacious bedrooms located towards the rear of the unit. Nicely updated bathroom with tub and shower combined.

Key Features:
– 2 bedrooms / 1 bathrooms
– Private deck
– Gorgeous updated kitchen
– Laminate floors throughout
– Large living room
– Laundry in unit (private)
– Tons of storage
– Private garden

– 175 Cypress St., San Francisco, CA 94110
– Mission
– Walking distance to cafes, restaurants, parks, and much more!

Lease Terms:
– One year lease
– Security deposit 1.5 x rent
– Utilities: Tenant pays for all utilities
– Tenant to provide own Internet service
– pets negotiable with additional 2K deposit
– Non-smoking unit
– Available now!

Dimensions: (approximate)
– Foyer: 11’ x 7’
– Living room: 11.1’ x 17.1’
– Kitchen: 9’ x 12’
– Bedroom on the left: 10.5’ x 10’
– Bedroom on right: 10’ x 10.5’
– Ceiling height: 8.4’
– Deck: 7’ x 28.4’
– Laundry room: 12.7’ x 151
– Garage: 14’ x 7.5’ x 6.6’

– No garage access. Street parking only.

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

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