Cozy Two Bedroom Apartment

2100, Green Street, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA, 94123

Key Details

Status
For Sale
Type
Apartment
Built In
1978
Stories
1
Room Count
4
Parking Spaces
2

Overview

This is a phenomenal opportunity for an investor/owner-user to purchase a well maintained 6-unit apartment building consisting of (4) 1 br/1ba & (2) 2 br/1 ba units in a prime Pacific Heights neighborhood. One unit delivered VACANT upon close of escrow. Five out of the six units have been remodeled. Improvements include new roof, exterior painting, and exterior WEST side siding replaced. Subject property has a walk score of 98/100, transit score of 85/100, and bike score of 65/100 and is conveniently located near neighborhood shops, parks, public transportation, and California Pacific Medical Center.

Amenities

Internet
Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Disposal
Balcony

Floor Plans

This 1 bedroom/1 bath is located in rear of the building which is nice and quiet. Close to University of San Francisco, store, shops, restaurants, and nightlife. Plenty of public transportation near by with street parking.

This 1 bedroom/1 bath is located in rear of the building which is nice and quiet. Close to University of San Francisco, store, shops, restaurants, and nightlife. Plenty of public transportation near by with street parking.

This 1 bedroom/1 bath is located in rear of the building which is nice and quiet. Close to University of San Francisco, store, shops, restaurants, and nightlife. Plenty of public transportation near by with street parking.

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