This gorgeous large studio apartment has a lovely dining area and a large walk-in closet & vanity area. It features many charming vintage details –original hardwood floors, bay windows, picture rails, elegant crown molding, and a beautifully updated kitchen and bathroom.
The building itself–Spreckels Mansion–is lovely and historically significant, with magnificent neo-gothic details. Built in the 1920s, it was owned by an illustrious sugar baron, and today it retains its original elegance and grace.
A prime, central location and classic San Francisco architecture come together in this peaceful, well-maintained building cared for by a conscientious on-site resident manager. Head out the door and you’re one block from trendy Polk Street shops, restaurants, cafes, wine bars, gyms, and neighborhood conveniences. Whole Foods is a block and a half away, Trader Joe’s is four blocks away, and Lafayette Park is two blocks up. You can easily walk to the Marina, Russian Hill, and Pacific Heights. Add ease of access to the entire city–with MUNI at your doorstep and all manner of public transportation nearby, including Bay Area transit, the Google shuttle bus (which stops at the front door), and the cable car line–and you have a wonderful place to call home.
The building has an elevator, a shared courtyard, a secure entry system, and laundry onsite.
Owner pays water, sewer & garbage. Tenant pays PG&E.