445 Francisco St., #403, San Francisco, CA 94133


Property details

  • 1.5 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 1054 ft² est.
  • Pets: No
  • Gas heating
  • Parking: Garage
  • Furnished
  • Rent includes: Garbage, Water

Furnished amenities

  • Abundant Natural Light
  • Ample Kitchen Cabinetry
  • Black Out Shades_
  • Central Heat_
  • City Views
  • Closet Organizers_
  • Condo
  • Courtyard
  • Dishwasher_
  • Dual Pane Windows
  • Elevator
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Foyer
  • Full Bed
  • Furnished as seen in photos
  • Garage Parking Available
  • Granite Countertops
  • High Ceiling_
  • Parking Available
  • Queen Bed
  • Queen Size Sofa Bed
  • Storage_
  • Webpass

Description, features & terms

FURNISHED light-filled condo ideally located in the historic North Beach Malt House, offers expansive views that stretch from Telegraph Hill to Russian Hill.
Southern exposure windows offer iconic views of Coit Tower, TransAmerica Pyramid and St. Peter and Paul Cathedral.
The converted Malt House building offers a large outdoor common area courtyard featuring a fountain and 2 silos from the original Malt House Brewery.
Ideally located in North Beach providing access to wonderful shops, restaurants, bars, local groceries, parks and so much more …its all right there to experience !

Address: 445 Francisco St #403, San Francisco CA 94133
Rent: $3600 /mo. *FURNISHED ONLY* As photographed
Bedrooms: 1BD + Office/Guest bedroom
Bathrooms: 1BA
Parking: 1-car prk ($150)
Approx. Sq. Footage: 1054
Amenities: Fully Furnished
Utilities Included: Water, garbage
Property Type: Condo (Furnished)
Laundry: Washer/dryer in unit
Pets: No
Lease Term: 1 Year
Available Date: Early April

The North Beach Malt House is an historical landmark building, originally served as a malting factory and brewery for 40 years. The owner George W. Bauer rebuilt the Malt House after it was damaged in the 1906 earthquake using concrete and steel girders. His company Bauer & Schweitzer, continued to supply malt to Bay Area breweries, including the Anchor Brewing Company, into the 1970s. Following its’ closure in 1981 the building was used for on site filming of several movies and TV showing including Don Johnson’s Nash Bridges. The site was developed and sold as condominiums in 2001.
Many of the units boast quintessential San Francisco views, from the Transamerica Pyramid to the Golden Gate Bridge. Echoes of the past are everywhere.
Canvas murals hand painted by French artist William du Pont (circa 1930) – depicting the beer-making process from field to brewery – that once hung inside the house’s tasting room now grace the walls of two of the lobbies.
Landscape architect Cliff Lowe likewise salvaged much of the malting equipment to use in his geometric courtyard, including two of the factory’s six original grain silos.
One of the six-story hollow structures serves as an echoing, cathedral-like passageway into the landmark’s lobby, while a 45-degree-angled flume carries water to a basalt lava stone fountain Lowe designed to mimic a pile of grain.

* Elevator servicing all floors
* Sunny and spacious 1BR + office guest room/1BA
* High ceilings with original concrete accent walls
* Approximately 1054 sq ft
* Queen size bed in bedroom, Full sized futon bed in office/ quest room, and a queen size sofa bed in living room
* Curtains and roll down black out blinds in bedroom
* Windows coverings in living room
* Dining table seats 4 or 6 in a pinch
* Desk in living room and office / guest room
* Bosch dishwasher and GE kitchen appliances (range, microwave/hood, and fridge)
* Dishes and glassware for 4 with all basic kitchen needs provided ( pots, pans, cutting boards, coffee maker, utensils, etc.)
* Spacious full bath with Carrara marble countertops and flooring and shower over tub
* Webpass High speed data service in building
* 1-Car deeded parking + extra storage cage in garage ($150 )
* Short walk to Trader Joe’s, Washington Square, and great all the wonderful North Beach eateries and bars!


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