|Beds||Baths||Rent||Deposit||Unit #||Sq Ft||Lease Length||Available|
|1 Bedroom 1 Bed 1 BR||1 Bathroom 1 Bath 1 BA||$3,000||$3,000||11||700 Sq Ft||12 Month Lease||Available Now|
About 1420 Jones St San Francisco, CA 94109
1420 Jones #11, cross street Washington. We will be having an open house on Friday, June 23rd from 10AM to 10:30AM and Saturday, June 24th from 1PM to 1:30PM. Ring #11. If you would like to schedule an appointment to see the unit at another time, please call 415.509.2613. Summary: Rent: $3,000/month 12 mos. lease 1 bedroom/ 1 bath Available Now Description: Views of the Bay, renovated, backside facing, top floor in Nob Hill, one of San Francisco's signature neighborhoods. Beautiful and bright, this apartment is located in a 12-unit building and features: - Remodeled kitchen - Stainless steel gas range - Granite countertops - hardwood floors throughout - updated closet - remodeled bathroom with tub/shower combo You can walk to the Financial District, Grace Cathedral, Chinatown or catch a short ride there via MUNI or the cable car. With a Walk Score of 98 and a Transit Score of 100, this apartment provides an excellent home base for discovering the many pleasures San Francisco has to offer, such as: - Restaurants in Russian Hill and North Beach - Shopping in Union Square - Concerts at the Masonic Auditorium - Enjoying the sun at Huntington Park - Walking the Labyrinths at Grace Cathedral Water and garbage are included; no parking available; no pets permitted; non-smoking unit.
No Pets Allowed
- 12 Months
- •Smoke Free
Reviews at 1420 Jones St San Francisco, CA 94109
Neighborhood - Nob Hill
Located near the northeast corner of San Francisco, Nob Hill has some of the most beautiful architecture in the city. The neighborhood was built on one of the city’s 44 hills, affording its residents breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay and Marin County, as well as Alcatraz and the Marina District.
Nob Hill can be found due north of the Union Square shopping district and Market Street, and also borders on Chinatown and the Financial District. Originally called California Hill, after the street that climbs up the hill’s eastern face, it was renamed Nob Hill after the Central Pacific Railroad’s “Big Four,” Leland Stratford, Collis Peter Huntington, Mark Hopkins and Charles Crocker, called The Nobs, built mansions there.
This area still retains many of these qualities, from beautiful parks to perfectly preserved homes and churches. Today, a wealthy urban professional population rubs shoulders with some of the city’s oldest families here.
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- Smoke Free