1905 Laguna St. #105
1 BR, 1 BA San Francisco Condo for Sale768 Sq. Ft.
1905 Laguna St. #105
Address: 1905 Laguna Street #105
Building: Lower Pacific Heights
District: Lower Pacific Heights
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1 BA
Square Feet: 768
Don’t miss this lovely 1 bedroom, 1 bath condominium in a gorgeous 1920 Edwardian-style building. This bright home offers approximately 768 sq. ft. (per tax records), a recently remodeled bathroom, stainless steel countertops and appliances, 9-foot ceilings, and a large walk-in closet. There are hardwood floors throughout, new dual pane windows, an in-unit storage area, and superb moldings. The charming building consists of 21 units, with a common laundry area, bike storage, and a rooftop deck with attractive views. Conveniently located in Lower Pacific Heights, this home has a Walk Score of 97.
1905 Laguna Street is within walking distance of San Francisco’s premier neighborhoods, such as Fillmore Street’s shopping district. If you like to shop, you can enjoy unique boutiques such as Ruits, Steven Alan, Alice & Olivia, and Athleta. Fillmore Street offers a variety of authentic eateries and fine dining, including Fresca, SPQR, Woodhouse Fish Co., and Pizzeria Delfina. The Fillmore Jazz District is a music lover’s dream with live music venues such as the Boom Boom Room and the world-renowned Yoshi’s. Japantown is also within walking distance, a mere 3 blocks away. Japantown is home to the well-known Sundance Kabuki Cinema and a variety of restaurants and cultural shops. Just minutes away are Lafayette Park and Alta Plaza Park, both perfect for an afternoon stroll, bike ride or a relaxing picnic. This is the perfect location, putting everything San Francisco has to offer at your fingertips: truly an urban dweller’s dream come true!
The listing agent is aware that this listing is frequently the target of rental scams. The scammers steal our marketing photos and list the property for rent on craigslist. Unfortunately, there’s nothing our brokerage or the listing agent can do to stop this activity. It is the listing agents’ understanding that the FBI is aware of the scam, however, they have indicated via a bulletin that there’s nothing they can do in light of the fact that the scammers are typically operating outside of the US. Be cautious when looking into rentals on craigslist. If someone asks you for a deposit to “hold the rental” until the current tenant vacates and/or indicates that they can’t show you the unit until the current tenant has moved out, that’s a red flag. Be aware that the scammers do impersonate legitimate agents, using real agents’ names with different email addresses and phone numbers. The best way to avoid being scammed is to never submit an application or send money until you have physically seen the unit.