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About 1616 Taylor St San Francisco, CA 94133
****PLEASE NOTE - THIS UNIT HAS BEEN RENTED. SHOWING FOR WED 6/21 HAS BEEN CANCELLED******
SHOWING SCHEDULE: http://www.rentalsinsf.com/listings/showing-schedule/
Live in this gorgeous building located in the heart of Russian Hill.
One large bedroom, huge living room, office / big closet (can not convert to a second BR). Gas range and fridge.
There are hardwood floors throughout, large windows in every room (but the office) and a good amount of natural light!
1616 Taylor Street has a Walk Score of 98 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Stunning east facing view from the living room.
– Security deposit is 2 month’s rent
– Owner pays water and garbage
– Sorry, no pets
– Coin operated machines on-site / garage level
– Street parking
– Non smoking unit
– Available now!
Please contact Liz Pisco
Leasing Agent – License # 01515257
Broker – Jackie Tom / Rentals In SF 1318 Hayes Street San Francisco CA 94117.
Rental listings subject to change at any time. (Agent for Owner) believes all information contained herein to be correct but assumes no legal responsibility for the accuracy, any errors, or any omissions
Russian Hill rests on one of San Francisco’s original seven hills, to the north and slightly downhill from Neighboring Nob Hill, and west of North Beach. At the bottom of the hill lies Ghirardhelli Square, and along its western border are Cow Hollow and the Marina District.
Perhaps most famous for Lombard Street, the “crookedest street in the world,” this area affords residents and visitors beautiful views of the marina and bay. The neighborhoods characteristic staircases make climbing the hill’s steep face easier.
Russian Hill was the setting of the fictionalized series "Tales of the City" by Armistead Maupin and was the location of the famous car chase sequence in Steve McQueen’s "Bullitt.