The Princess APTS - lovely 1 bedroom unit with hardwood floors & MORE!

900 Powell APT 2 @ Sacramento in Nob Hill

COMING SOON – Available SAT NOV 12TH. Perfect for those who can move by mid DEC or before.

Please contact Sheri for detailed showing instructions. Mask required. Thank you!

This is a great one bedroom one bath apartment with hardwood floors throughout. There are pockets doors between the bedroom and living room for a flexible floor plan. Nice open kitchen with marble counters, lots of cabinet space, and all appliances (fridge, gas range, microwave, dishwasher).

Located in the historic Princess Apartments on the Powell & Hyde cable car line in esteemed Nob Hill!

* Triple paned windows throughout unit

* Laundry in the building (2 washers 2 dryers / ShinePay App)

* Cable/internet ready (service 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 small well behaved pet negotiable, additional $500.00 additional security deposit required.

Living room: 13 x 11
Kitchen: 9.5 x 6
Bedroom: 11.5 x 11
Bedroom closet: 2.5 x 1.5
Hallway (L shaped): 6.5 x 3 & 3 x 3
Hall closet: 2.5 x 2
Bathroom: 6.5 x 5

Sheri Castilyn – Leasing Agent for Owner License # 01349629 / Broker 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.”