- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1448 ft² est.
- Pets: Yes
- Electricity heating
- Parking available
- Laundry in Unit
Description, features & terms
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409 Capp Street is in the Mission
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Three bedroom, two bathroom flat in mission. Unit includes large living room and separate area for small office off the hallway. Two full bathroom completely renovated. The bedrooms are large w / deep closets. Wood floors throughout. Nice, large kitchen w new appliances gas range, dishwasher.
– First floor flat
– Living room faces Capp St
– Converted 3 BDRs: Large bedrooms: 2 true bedrooms: located in the middle and back of the flat, converted 3rd bedroom separated from the living room with sliding pocket doors (towards front of flat.
– 2 full bathrooms
– Large eat it kitchen with lots of cabinet storage and appliances include a refrigerator, dishwasher and stove
– Wood floors throughout
– Huge bright back porch with BRAND NEW washer/Dryer: lots of space for storage or even a small office!
– Large amounts of storage
– Built in 1900
– 5 unit building
– Outdoor compact car parking available: 1 space: $195/ 2 spaces: $350
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