Bed/Bath: 2bd / 2ba
Terms: 1 Year Lease Terms
Modern 2BD/2BA Condo with Peek-a-Boo Water Views & Parking Included
Sleek, modern corner unit condo in the remarkable Marlow building with peek-a-boo water views from deck, and everything San Francisco has to offer in a great location - bordering 3 popular neighborhoods - Pacific Heights, Russian Hill & Nob Hill!
- Beautiful 2bd/2ba unit with private balcony
- Large windows for an abundance of natural sunlight
- Modern accents throughout
- Kitchen features:
- Natural walnut finished cabinets
- Quartz countertops and porcelain backsplashes and tiling
- Stainless steel appliances
- Hardwood flooring in kitchen, Carpet in living room and bedrooms, Tile in bathroom
- Marlow Park offers a private, common courtyard with a barbecue and bocce ball
- Washer/dryer in unit
- 1-car secured parking included
- Click here to see what's happening in the neighborhood - restaurants, night-life, activities!
- 100 walkscore, so all errands can be done on foot
- Numerous transit options at your doorstep
Marlow features this modern, luxurious condominium residence in the heart of restaurants, nightlife, shopping and culture. Located at the corner of Clay Street and Van Ness Avenue, Marlow is the nexus of modern city life.
Sophisticated and fashionable shops, artisanal food and wine, and vibrant popular spots – both day and night – are within walking distance from this truly unique setting.
Van Ness Ave
San Francisco’s Nob Hill is steeped (pun intended) in history, evinced by a plethora of significant architectural icons including Grace Cathedral, the Mark Hopkins Hotel, the Fairmont, Masonic Auditorium, 1201 California Street and the Pacific Union Club.
Known as California Hill prior to the 1850s, the neighborhood was reputedly renamed for the nabobs (or “nobs”) Stanford, Huntington, Hopkins and Crocker who built their mansions there after amassing fortunes in the railroad industry.
Called “The Big Four,” these tycoons were investors in the Central Pacific Railroad, which brought to completion the first Transcontinental Railroad in the United States. Not surprisingly, they chose ...
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