• $8,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,777 SqFt
  • McGuire# 511394

Summary:

     Rent: $8,000

     Bed/Bath: 3bd / 3ba

     Type: Furnished Only Condo

     Parking:  Street parking

     Terms:  3-6 Month Lease Terms

     Available: Now

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FURNISHED ONLY Beautiful Two Level View Condo Located on Potrero Hill’s desirable North Slope

This beautifully designed home was completely renovated in 2015 and is located in a prime Potrero Hill location just one block from the popular 18th Street retail corridor with plenty of cafes, shops, restaurants, and Whole Foods are close by. Quick access to Hwys 101/280 and SFO is a 10 minute ride.

Unit Features:

  • UNIT OFFERED FURNISHED ONLY
  • Approximately 1,777 sq ft
  • 2 bedrooms + family room / guest room (with convertible bed)
  • 3 full bathrooms
  • Open floor plan living / dining / kitchen
  • Living area with gas burning fireplace
  • Luxurious kitchen features marble counters, island, and wet bar with wine fridge
  • Hardwood flooring throughout / tiled baths
  • Smart home features with Nest Thermostat, 3 flat screen TV's
  • Exclusive lushly landscaped yard with furnishings, BBQ, and fireplace
  • Washer / dryer in unit
  • Plenty of street parking
  • UNIT OFFERED FURNISHED ONLY

Location

Cross Street:

18th St

City:

San Francisco

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About Potrero Hill

At-a-Glance Rich in history, Potrero Hill originally served as Native American hunting grounds and rich farmland. But the late 1800s saw a wave of immigrants from Italy, Ireland and Scotland populating the land. In fact, so dense was its Celtic immigrant population that, as recently as the early 20th century, Potrero Hill was referred to as Scottish Hill. Potrero Hill would remain home to blue collar, working-class families until the mid 1990s, when gentrification and the dot-com era made the neighborhood more attractive to the white collar professional set. In a Few Words Easy commute access Living Here Thanks in part to it weekly newspaper, The Potrero View , and the century-old Potrero Hill N...

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