Only one block up from the fabled Haight Street, this 1910’s early craftsman building is located right in the heart of the action in the Lower Haight neighborhood of San Francisco.  The building features a large cornice, bay windows, and large trims typical of craftsman era buildings.  Nearby there are boutiques, restaurants, bars, health food stores, etc.  You can do all your errands without ever having to get in the car.  The building is also close to Alamo Square with the famous “Painted Ladies” and Duboce Park.

The building has 21 apartments on three floors above the ground floor level; there is no elevator.  All of the units are studios, except for 1 one-bedroom.  The public area of the build has been recently restored.  Many of the apartments have bay windows, remodeled kitchens and baths, and most have wood floors.  Bike parking is available in a secured room on the lobby level.  There is a resident manager who lives in the building to service tenants’ maintenance requests or other issues.

The landlord pays for water, steam heat, and garbage for the whole building, and cats are allowed with an additional deposit.  There are also solar panels on the roof of the building.