2521 Steiner Street, San Francisco CA 94115

$ 9,750
  • Property is Leased
  • Property is for Leased
  • Property Type: Single-Family Residence

Property Description

Thank you for inquiring about the Pacific Heights Grand Residence. This large traditional Pacific Heights home is located in the flats between Pacific & Jackson-1/2 block from Alta Plaza park

  • 2521 Steiner Street, San Francisco CA 94115
  • Three bedroom-two and one-half bathrooms plus au pair suite
  • Traditional Pacific Heights Grand Residence
  • Approximately 2,900 total sq. ft.+ of living space
  • 3-story home that has been recently updated and renovated with high end details while preserving original character
  • Traditional entry foyer with fireplace
  • 1-car garage with direct entry into home
  • Very large au pair suite on ground floor with direct access to exterior, wet bar, refrigerator, built-in cabinets and walk-in closet
  • Formal living room with gas fireplace insert and bay view
  • French doors throughout
  • Traditional dining room off kitchen with built-ins
  • Office / breakfast room off kitchen with access to outside
  • Large master bedroom with fireplace, yoga/meditation loft, skylight, double sink, split tub+ shower, dual walk-in closets
  • Refinished hardwood floors, re-textured, painted walls throughout, intercom system and ADT security hardware
  • New lighting and bathroom fixtures, flooring
  • Vaulted ceilings throughout upstairs level in all three bedrooms
  • Thermador range + hood, Liebherr double-door refrigerator, disposal, dishwasher, double stainless steel sink
  • Great light throughout home, a lovely place to entertain your guests and family
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  • Professionally Managed by Morley Fredericks Real Estate
  • Small dogs considered
  • 1 year lease to begin
  • $9,750 per month
  • Pacific Heights is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It has panoramic views of the Golden Gate BridgeSan Francisco Bay, the Palace of Fine ArtsAlcatraz, and the Presidio.The Pacific Heights Residents Association defines the neighborhood as stretching from Union Street to Bush Street in the north–south direction and from Van Ness Avenue to Presidio Avenue in the east-west direction.[4] The San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services defines its north-south extent more narrowly, with Green Street and California & Pine Streets serving as its boundaries.[5]In 2013, Pacific Heights was named the most expensive neighborhood in the United States. The article stated that if San Francisco’s Pacific Heights had its own zip code, it would be the most expensive place to live in the United States.

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