LIVE/ WORK Studio w/ 1.5 BATH Condo w/ Parking www.RentalsInSF.com


322 6th St #3 is located in the SOMA
Please view the unit in person before applying. Thank you!

Bright and airy LIVE/WORK Studio w/1.5BA (approx. 750 sq ft) Ground level includes separate private street entrance, small office space, storage area under the stairs and half bath.

Upper level includes studio with hardwood floors, large closet, fireplace and balcony. .
Galley style kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances: refrigerator, stove, microwave and dishwasher. In unit laundry.

Fabulous shared roof top deck with BBQ and one car garage parking space in shared garage.

UNIT
– Approx 750 Sq ft
– Spacious studio space with working fireplace
– Galley style kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances: refrigerator, stove, microwave and dishwasher
– Bonus area on ground floor with half bath and area for an office
– Full bathroom with tub and shower
– Closet
– Outdoor patio
– In unit laundry

BLDG
– Year Built: 2001
– 15 live/work condo units
– Shared rooftop deck with BBQ
– One parking garage included

TERMS
– Available now
– 12 month lease
– Security Deposit: 1.5x rent + pet deposit
– Utilities: Owner pays for garbage, Tenant pays for water and PG&E
– HOA Move In/Out Fee: Nonrefundable – $100 Monday-Friday/ $250 Saturday; Refundable Security Deposit: $500
– Non smoking unit

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Jennifer Risano
Rentals In SF
Leasing Agent
BRE# 01912615

Broker – Rentals In SF 1318 Hayes Street San Francisco CA 94117

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