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Bed/Bath: 1bd / 1.5ba
Parking: 1-Car Parking
Type: Loft - Unfurnished
Terms: 1 Year Lease Terms
Spacious Inner Mission Loft with Parking, and Private Roof Deck!
- Open floor plan 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath loft
- Approximately 1100 sq ft
- Bright loft located in a lively neighborhood
- Design spacious enough for office, dining area & living room on main level
- U-Shaped kitchen with granite breakfast bar
- Extra-large mezzanine/bedroom with ample space
- Wood & metal open staircase design
- Private roof deck with expansive city views
- High ceilings
- Halogen track lighting
- Custom painted concrete floors by French artist Jean-Pierre Berthy
- Finished gas fireplace/heater
- Granite countertops & maple cabinetry in both bathrooms & kitchens
- Hall closet & mirror closet doors in mezzanine/bedroom
- Slate tile in bathrooms & kitchen floor
- Stainless steel Whirlpool Gold series self-cleaning oven with gas range
- Frigidaire Gallery dishwasher, refrigerator and stainless steel finish microwave
- Security system with motion sensors installed in each unit
- Washer/Dryer in unit
- Cable ready
- Wired to access up to 4 phone lines
- Industrial wall of windows with 2-levels of custom roll-up shades
- 1-car parking
- Secure building with telephone entry system
- Common area roof deck with spectacular 360 degree City, Hill, Bay & Bridge views
- Sorry, No Pets
Great Inner Mission location - steps to multiple modes of transportation (BART, MUNI) & many of SF's finest restaurants, as well as shopping, theater, hip bars, small music venues and a renowned Pilates Studio.
Once known as known as "the Mission lands" (that is, the lands belonging to Mission San Francisco de Asis , which holds the distinction as the oldest building in the City), The Mission District was once inhabited by the Ohlone people , a Native American tribe who populated much of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Towards the end of the 18th century, however, Spanish missionaries began settling in the area, bringing with them their religion, culture, and way of life.
Over time, The Mission has served many roles: as rancho and farm land; industrial space and housing plots for working-class German, Irish, and Italian immigrants; and, in its most recent iteration, as one of the City’s mo...
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