The Princess Apartments - one bedroom unit available in Nob Hill!


900 Powell APT 9

Available now!

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The historic Princess Apartments located in prestigious Nob Hill on Powell Street cable car line. New hardwood floors open this good size one-bedroom apartment. Triple paned windows throughout the unit provide super quiet. The kitchen is open concept with granite counter tops and plenty of kitchen cabinets, dishwasher, microwave, gas range/oven and fridge. Add a couple of bar stools for friends to have a refreshment while you’re cooking them dinner or for you just to enjoy breakfast. Pocket doors separate the bedroom from main living space. Bedroom offers a large closet with additional closet in entry. Bathroom has good storage. New decorative historic ceiling medallions. Tenant controls own heat. The unit has been deep cleaned and move in ready!

* Triple paned windows throughout unit

* Coin operated laundry in the building

* Cable/internet ready (Xfinity)

* Street parking only

* 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 pet negotiable, additional $500.00 pet deposit required.

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.”