Potrero Hill Condo Rental Photos and Description
Only 30 Day or longer rentals
Views, views, views! Enjoy an afternoon read from the bedroom window seat while gazing at the downtown, Bay Bridge, and east Bay. Stay warm in Portrero Hill while the rest of SF bundles for the Mark Twain Summer-Winter. Adjacent to UCSF Mission Bay so perfect for a visiting scholar/MD. Close to all highways so perfect for a commuter. 1 week minimum rental, 30 day or longer rentals preferred.
Explore a true SF neighborhood full of longtime residents and few franchises (although there is a Whole Foods conveniently blocks away). PARK freely and without circling for miles! This apartment offers East facing views from enormous windows in each room, sun galore, comfy one bedroom accommodation with a gourmet kitchen and living area, charming bathroom with skylight, all completely renovated. Owner is a world traveler, so decor is very personal, classy and not like an page out of Restoration Hardware or Pottery Barn catalog. On one of the residential / commercial streets in Potrero (with coffee shop, library, markets), 2 blocks adjacent to restaurant row. A few blocks away from Anchor Brewing company and Whole Foods. Walkable to Mission and SOMA, Mission Bay waterfront developments. Come see why Potrero Hill is SF's emerging 'hot' 'hood! (Disclosure: Apartment is 3 flights up with no elevator, so renters should be prepared to 'feel the burn'!) This apartment is not suitable for children under 16, people with limited mobility or difficulty climbing stairs.
- not suitable for children
- non smoking only
- limited accessibility
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Native Midwesterner, California transplant in 1998. Consultant to the biotech industry who travels the country and world. Second home is New Orleans. Lucky me! Currently living in Europe.
Potrero Hill is a true neighborhood, which appeals to my Midwestern sensibilities. The folks here largely own versus rent, are very invested in the neighborhood and very neighborly (for San Francisco, which can be a very transient town).
Views and quiet. Back of the building so off street. I built a window seat to take advantage of the spectacular city and bay view and can wile away hours reading or just staring.