Bd/ba: 1bd / 1ba
Type: Condo – Unfurnished
Parking: Includes 1 Car Secure Parking
Terms: 1 Year Lease Terms
Dramatic Bay View Condo in North Beach/Telegraph Hill w/ Parking
Take in the inspiring views of the Bay, Alcatraz, and blue skies outside the wall of windows from this open floor plan condo. You’ll want to enjoy sipping coffee, tea, wine or whatever your choice of beverage on the private balcony, while you sit and enjoy the sounds of sea lions off Pier 39. Located on Telegraph Hill with a Walk Score of 99 it’s an easy stroll to great neighborhood restaurants, cafes, and unique shops of North Beach, Chinatown, Fisherman’s Wharf, Embarcadero and The FiDi. Steps to several muni stops on Lombard, Stockton, Columbus, and Chestnut Streets to easily get to other areas of the City. A few blocks from Joe DiMaggio Playground and North Beach Pool you’ll want to get out to play tennis, basketball, soccer, swim and enjoy the sunny microclimate of North Beach/Telegraph Hill.
- 1 bedroom with walk-in closet
- 1 bath with shower
- Approximately 700 sq ft
- Wood floors throughout
- Large kitchen with expansive granite countertops with breakfast bar, ample cabinet space, stainless steel appliances (stove/oven, dishwasher, microwave), Blomberg fridge, double sink with garbage disposal and under-sink mounted water filtration system
- Private balcony with sliding glass doors overlooking the Bay
- Owner pays for garbage and water
- Small pet negotiable
- No smoking
- Small 11-unit building
- Shared laundry on each floor
- Shared roof deck with views of Coit Tower and Downtown
- Video intercom entry system
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More About Telegraph Hill
Although the neighborhood has changed a bit over the years, a strong bind remains between merchants, home owners, and renters who love their neighborhood’s character and work to keep a balance between old and new. Saints Peter and Paul Church looks out onto Washington Square, a center piece of the neighborhood. In the park you will find people practicing Tai Chi, walking dogs, chatting with friends, reading the newspaper, or relaxing while enjoying the visual experience of San Francisco city living. Washington Square serves as the social hub of this vibrant area.
There are three commercial streets in the North Beach/Telegraph Hill neighborhood. Broadway is a tourist destination where the gentleman’s clubs lining the street meet Chinatown. Columbus Street, which stretches all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf, is lined with bars, coffee houses, bakeries, and restaurants that offer outdoor sidewalk dining. It’s also where you’re likely to find the best Italian food in the city. Grant Avenue also has restaurants, coffee houses, bakeries, and popular bars—with the addition of small boutiques and gift shops. Many of these local joints have been in business for 50 years or more, adding to the unique neighborhood charm which residents and tourists both adore.
There’s a Catholic elementary school connected to Saints Peter and Paul, as well as a public elementary and middle school located in the center of the neighborhood. Galileo High School, on the corner of Bay Street and Van Ness Avenue, is also close by. Grocery shopping is a breeze here as well, with both Trader Joe’s and Safeway located in nearby North Beach.