Classic San Francisco Edwardian Studio APT! Just updated throughout!


999 Bush APT 104 @ Jones ST in Lower Nob Hill

NOTE: This unit has been rented as of DEC 4, 2022. Thank you.

This is a great studio apartment with a NEW kitchen with beautiful marble counter tops with a fridge, microwave and gas range. The main room has a coat closet and a lovely built in set of shelves/drawers with original stained glass inserts. There is a RENOVATED full bathroom past the large walk through closet. Hardwood floors in the main room and tile floors in the kitchen & bathroom. Located in the back of the building away from the street.

* Building has a well maintained public laundry mat on Jones ST. NOTE: Our Tenants have private entry through the basement of this building, with expanded hours beyond the public.

* Cable/internet ready, service with Comcast/Xfinity

* Street parking only, best for a car free lifestyle

* One year lease required

* Owner pays for water, Tenant pays all other utilities

* Security deposit is 1.5 x rent

* Non-smoking unit

* ONE well pet negotiable, additional $500.00 deposit required. Some restrictions apply.

DIMENSIONS:
Main room: 14.5 x 11.5
Walk through closet: 6.5 x 5
Bathroom: 8.5 x 4.5
Kitchen: 8 x 7.5

Sheri Castilyn – Leasing Agent for Owner License # 01349629 / Broker Associate Rentals In SF 1318 Hayes Street San Francisco CA 94117.

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“This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policy.”