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For Rent: Alamo Square

Full-floor Condo With Access to Alamo Square Park

1104 1/2 Fulton Street • $4,275

2
Bedroom
1
Bath

Features and Amenities

Looking for a place near it all? Checkout 1104 1/2 Fulton. This gorgeous full-floor condo has direct access to Alamo Square Park! Large windows, lush foliage, and the warm southern sun create a park-like vibe in the living room. 

Top features include period wood finishes, two spacious bedrooms, refinished hardwood floors, and a floorplan with significant volume. The updated, sunny eat-in kitchen has stainless appliances and newer flooring. A private walk-out deck accessible via the kitchen leads to the shared garden. Full bath features a shower over tub and in-unit washer-dryer. Separate storage included. The condo is located in a boutique four-unit building with a private entrance. The stand-alone building has a large shared backyard with a separate side entrance, perfect for BBQ and easy hangouts. 

Rent is $4275 per month with a 12-month lease. Separate storage is included, and the owner pays for water and trash.

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Alamo Square

WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Potentially one of the most photographed neighborhoods in San Francisco, Alamo Square is home to the Painted Ladies, a row of colorful Victorian houses backed by the city's skyline. Many architecturally significant houses line the perimeter of the square, including the Archbishop's Mansion and the Russian and German Imperial consuls' residences from the early 1900s.

Technically part of the Western Addition neighborhood, the boundaries of Alamo Square are not well delineated. Built-up in the late 19th century, the centerpiece is the stunning park overlooking the shimmering San Francisco skyline and the famous 'painted ladies.' The row of colorful Victorians factor into tours, postcards, numerous TV shows, and films. After the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood, Alamo Square boasts some of the largest homes – by square footage, in the city.

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