The trendy Nob Hill neighborhood in San Francisco sits centrally located close to the Financial District, the 101, and the beautiful sites of the Bay. With 1,400 square feet of living space, this apartment has 3 bedrooms, two full baths, and private single-car garage parking. The rental also includes high-speed internet access.
Light hardwood flooring, subtle color schemes, and three windows with transoms work to create a bright and welcoming living space with open flow. The casually elegant furnishings and on-trend accents are found throughout the living room, dining area, and thoroughly modern kitchen.
The open kitchen features a stunning white waterfall countertop island with seating for four on the living room side. The kitchen side of the island includes a dishwasher and built-in wine fridge. The floor-to-ceiling light wood cabinets offer maximum storage space, while the chevron-style tiled backsplash adds a distinctive look. Other kitchen features include:
With 1,400 square feet of living space, a spacious master en suite is a must. This apartment doesn't disappoint, featuring a large master bedroom fully furnished. Step from the sleeping area through the walk-in closet to enter the master bath. The walk-in closet has a main pass-through flanked with built-in drawers, shelves, and hanging space for the ultimate in closet organization. In the master bath, enjoy a double-sink vanity and stunning shower with expansive glass and floor-to-ceiling decorative tile.
Bedrooms two and three have been designed with the same thought and consideration — stylish, modern, and with a European flair. Wood floors flow throughout all the home's bedrooms, light in color and complementing the neutral tones of the décor. The second and third bedroom share the main bath, a good-sized room with vanity cabinet, clean lines, and soaking tub plus shower that's enclosed by clear glass doors.
The apartment on Pacific Avenue in Nob Hill sits about 14.5 miles from the San Francisco International Airport or about 27 minutes by car. It's less than 2 miles to the Financial District and the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park is about 6 minutes away. Residents and guests to this neighborhood find that it's a short 9 minute drive to the Bay, Pier 9, and places like the Exploratorium and restaurants like Waterfront and Coqueta. Part of the city's original "Seven Hills", this picturesque neighborhood includes Huntington Park, the Cable Car Museum, and numerous places to dine and shop. Just one block from Van Ness Avenue are residential homes like the upscale rental found on Pacific Avenue.
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