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About 589 Dolores St San Francisco, CA 94110
589 Dolores Street #591 Completely Remodeled 3 BR/2 BA Apartment Across the Street from Dolores Park Apartment Features: -Washer & dryer in-unit -Brand new kitchen with quartz countertops, glossy cabinets featuring a soft close mechanism, gas range, dishwasher & double door fridge -Gray, wide-plank floors throughout -Abundance of natural light -Park facing views from living room Location: -Prime Mission Dolores location -Block away from Bi-Rite Creamery & Market, Tartine Bakery -Two blocks from Valencia restaurants, retail & bars -Close to corporate shuttle stops and transportation lines Other: -Pet-friendly with no pet rent, deposit, or weight restrictions -Rent controlled -12-month lease, then month-to-month -No smoking Email to schedule an appointment. Shelby Wallach Leasing Coordinator email@example.com Brick + Timber Rentbt.com *sq ft in this ad is an estimate*
Amenities & Expenses
- Smoke Free
- 12 Months
- •Smoke Free
Neighborhood - Mission Dolores
Lively, upbeat and casual, Mission Dolores captures the spirit of diversity that represents the heart of San Francisco culture. Located in the north central portion of San Francisco at the crossroads of Noe Valley, the Castro District, and Haight-Ashbury, Mission Dolores streets buzz with activity all day and well into the night. If you're visiting for the first time, wear your walking shoes, and pack a sweater. Although warmer and sunnier than some areas of San Francisco, Mission Dolores gets chilly when the fog rolls in at night.
Mission Dolores is wedged between Dolores Heights and the Mission District. The neighborhood wraps around and is named for the Mision San Francisco de Asis. or Mission Dolores. This historic mission was founded in 1776. The current mission building replaced the earlier log building and was built in 1791, making it the oldest building in San Francisco.