Share 2Br/2.5Ba Pacific Heights Condo Private Bath
Flexible Move-in date
My roommate is moving out and I need to replace her. Share my desirable Pacific Heights condo with a considerate, congenial 40-something roommate. I'm well educated and pretty outgoing, but I prefer a quiet living space so I don't bring the party home.
2BR / 2.5 Bath unit, plus shared use of all common areas. Looking for a one-year lease to a qualified, professional tenant in a 1,200 square foot 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo; extend month to month after the lease term.
The condo is southern-facing with lots of natural light, very clean, inviting and fully furnished except the open bedroom. It is located on the 3rd floor of a secure gated building in a safe neighborhood that is walking distance from fine dining and shopping and good access to public transportation. Quiet street and street parking is fairly easy. The building is 14 units and offers direct street level to unit, elevator access.
Common areas are - living room, dining area, kitchen, half bathroom, and two off-hallway closets, are well maintained and have hardwood floors (with wall to wall carpet in the bedroom.) The kitchen has a dishwasher and double sink, together with granite countertops and abundant storage. The living room offers bay windows with tranquil street views and a wood-burning fireplace. Ethernet and Wi-Fi are provided throughout the condo.
The available bedroom is very quiet, about 11’ x 12’, freshly painted with carpet, includes baseboard heating; separate en suite bathroom with deep soaking tub/shower and tile floor; and has its own well-sized closet. Share 50% usage of both off-hallway closets, in-unit laundry with oversized washer and dryer, and additional on-site building storage for a bicycle and/or skis.
Rent is $1999/month, plus half of electricity, high-speed Internet and TV. Water and trash are included .
About me: I'm a well educated Internet Product Manager, Salesforce Admin and general easy-going guy. At home, I watch some TV, but not a ton; I like to be up on the news and current events. I went to college in New England and grad school in Philadelphia. I have an active social life and am typically out at least a few nights a week. I cook a little, but am too cooking impaired to have dinner parties. I’ve lived in San Francisco for 20 years, but from the East Coast originally
About you: I am looking for a responsible, cool, professional, age 35+, who doesn't drink much in the house and who doesn't smoke (anything) or use other illicit drugs. I have had a number of roommates before so understand communication about one another's preferences and idiosyncrasies is important for everyone to have a positive and peaceful home. This is for one roommate; no couples please.
If interested, please text or email a little about yourself and what it's like to live with you/likes/dislikes. etc. Linkedin Profile will help but is not strictly necessary. Will require credit report to confirm a good credit history before we finalize everything as well as 1.5 months security deposit and initial month's rent.
Contact Dave, if calling and I don't answer, please leave a message. I will not respond to texts that are on behalf of someone else nor texts that ask for pieces of information such as the rent price that are prominently displayed in the posting. In other words, no bots. :-)
- Apartment share
- Pacific Heights
- $1,999 monthly (large/private bathroom)
- Minimum term
- 12 months
- Maximum term
- Utilities included?
- Fees apply?
- Disabled access
- Living room
- Broadband included
- # roommates
- Total # rooms
- Any pets?
- social events; board games; current events; pub trivia
New roommate preferences
- Couples OK?
- Smoking OK?
- Pets OK?
- Min age
- Max age
- Female preferred
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