FOR RENT

578 Munich St
San Francisco, CA 94112

Excelsior

Local Information

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  • Schools
    1 Elementary School
    1 Middle School
  • Crime
    Lowest crime relative to the rest of San Francisco county.
  • Commute
    62% of residents commute by car.
  • Shop & Eat
    127 Restaurants
    27 Groceries
    19 Nightlife

Description

Beautiful Upgraded 1BR Excelsior Home Nearby Park and Easy Freeway Access and BART! - Unit features newly painted ceilings and walls and nicely installed laminated floor throughout. Separate spacious formal livingroom and upgraded kitchen with eat-in area. Newer stainless steel appliances, maple cabinets, and granite countertops. Unit is facing the backyard and filled with natural lights.

Bathroom is newly done with a shower stall, beautiful lightings, newer water toilet. Good size bedroom with ample closet spaces and leads to the well-maintained backyard which to be shared with the Owner.

No pets, street parking only. Shared newer laundry machines are onsite. Unit can be furnished/semi-furnished/unfurnished.

Conveniently located on a quiet street in Excelsior District, next to Crocker Amazon Playground. Minutes drive to Balboa Bart Station and Hwy 280. Muni transportation is within walking distance. Safeway, bakery, restaurant, John McLaren Park are nearby.

Lease Terms
Tenant pays all utilities by headcount. No smoking and no pets, please. Security deposit to be 1.5x rent. No application fee. Move-in date asap. Cosigners OK.

No Pets Allowed

(RLNE6654813)

Details for 578 Munich St

Utilities Included
No Info
Parking
None
Heating
No
Cooling
No
Laundry
No Info
Pets Allowed
No
Days on Market
Days on Market: 38 Days on Trulia
Property Information
Year Built
Year Built: 1929
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Apartment
Exterior Features
Parking & Garage
Parking: None
Lot Information
Lot Size: 2,500 sqft
Rental
No pets allowedDeposit: $3,000
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Affordability

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$72,000 PER YEAR
is the suggested income
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Neighborhood Overview

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What Locals Say about Excelsior

At least 85 Trulia users voted on each feature.
  • 85%
    There are sidewalks
  • 79%
    It's dog friendly
  • 73%
    It's walkable to grocery stores
  • 69%
    It's walkable to restaurants
  • 68%
    Streets are well-lit
  • 60%
    They plan to stay for at least 5 years
  • 58%
    People would walk alone at night
  • 55%
    Yards are well-kept
  • 54%
    There's wildlife
  • 49%
    Car is needed
  • 47%
    Kids play outside
  • 47%
    There's holiday spirit
  • 45%
    It's quiet
  • 42%
    Neighbors are friendly
  • 32%
    There are community events
  • 27%
    Parking is easy
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  • Trulia User
    "Dog owners would like walking their dogs at Crocker-Amazon Park. The park is dog friendly and it’s large enough to get a nice walk in. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Sunday Streets! Mission Street goes car-free from Silver Avenue to Geneva Avenue with free activities, cultural performances and a mile of open space for all."
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  • Trulia User
    "family friendly neighborhood. lots of trick-or-treating and Christmas decorating. my kids have made so many friends in the neighborhood."
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  • Trulia User
    "lots of other families and kids in the neighborhood. the skate park is popular and the park is right up the hill"
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  • Trulia User
    "I have lived here all of my life. Great neighborhood. I’m third generation. Parking is always bad. Lots of schools nearby. McLaren and Crocker are wonderful parks."
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  • Trulia User
    "This is an area verging on gentrification. It used to be primarily immigrant families with a thriving subculture of car clubs, youth motorcycle shenanigans, and there was parking. These days the houses are all being subdivided and more and more money is moving in to the neighborhood. While not necessarily a bad thing, it does mean that the neighborhood culture is changing. "
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  • Trulia User
    "is still calm and quiet. and im hoping that it doesnt get bad like geneva avenue or do to the homelessness. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Public transportation and freeways are very accessible to Excelsior. There are about three different buses that run through the neighbor and reaching the freeways bot 280 and 101 are easy. Also taking the backroads are an alternative way to use instead of the freeways. "
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  • Trulia User
    "I take transit by walking to BART or ride my bike. It takes about 30 or 40 minutes to get to downtown "
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  • Trulia User
    "Central to 280 or 101. McClaren Park Philosopher Way trail Blue water tower The Salad Place - great breakfast burrito wraps Giant raccoons and Ravens "
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  • Trulia User
    "I drive but there is access to muni everywhere and glen park / balboa Bart walking distance Easy commute to downtown or Palo Alto. Central location "
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  • Trulia User
    "This area has a great park. It is relatively safe. Neighbors are super nice and everyone is just going about their own business. Our neighbor is super nice!"
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  • Trulia User
    "There are weed dispensaries here. Most restaurants are 2-3 stars. Whole Foods isn’t welcomed here. Homes are close to each other. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Parking has gotten terrible throughout the years. Struggle to find parking. Recently a lot of homeless have been seen throughout the neighborhood. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Lots of schools in the area. Walking distance to parks and local stores. Transportation very convenient."
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  • Trulia User
    "There are lots of dogs and McLaren park has an off leash area and is enormouenormous s and lots of people being their dogs to walk there "
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  • Trulia User
    "We have 2 Labrador’s and are so thankful that this is a Dog friendly neighborhood. Ours dogs love going to the park and meeting new dogs and people. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Not a whole lot. It is your basic working class neighborhood and is conveniently located near transportation. It isn’t the next Noe Valley. Home prices are getting higher because there isn’t enough affordable housing stock available elsewhere in the city so people are buying in the Excelsior. To be honest, nobody knows the Excelsior because it is tucked between Mission Street and McLaren Park. Anyone I talk to from outside of the district asks where is the Excelsior."
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  • Trulia User
    "It’s a central neighborhood. Stores busses, schools, bart, and restaurants. It’s a busy neighborhood with lots of new and old families. My husband grew up here and now our children are too. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Public transportation is easy to get to. At certain times of day it could be better. Sometimes the traffic backs up, and sometimes the bus passes you by."
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  • Trulia User
    "It is one of the untouched neighborhoods still remaining from all the new upgrades to SF. IMO it needs to be fixed up. "
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  • Trulia User
    "It's one of the only neighborhoods in San Francisco that hasn't been gentrified by techies. It has a lot of neighborhood schools and locally owned stores."
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  • Trulia User
    "The Excelsior is unique because of its diversity. It's perfect for kids."
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  • Trulia User
    "There is a wonderful dog park where people are always friendly."
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  • Trulia User
    "There are many dog parks—little parks and big ones in the upper hills. Perfect for a good walk."
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  • Trulia User
    "The commute is fast and easy. You can ride one bus through the Mission to downtown, and many lines connect close by."
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  • Trulia User
    "The commute is horrible. There are about five cars per household in the neighborhood. Everyone has a garage but doesn't use it. There are so many schools in the neighborhood, and it is congested with cars. Don't try to drive between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. or 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Excelsior."
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  • Trulia User
    "The culture and atmosphere are unique here. The neighborhood has changed over the years and grown to be self sufficient. It has become more diverse and inclusive."
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  • Trulia User
    "Crocker Amazon nearby is a great place to take a stroll. McLaren Park is also great."
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  • Trulia User
    "The 14 line is the best way to travel to and from our neighborhood."
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  • Trulia User
    "We are yuppies who can afford to in Pacific Heights or Nob Hill. In fact, I moved from the tony South Beach area near the AT&T Ballpark. I am so glad we bought a SFH in Excelsior instead of any other San Francisco neighborhood. We have ample space, a basement, a two car side by side garage, nice neighbors, views of the Bay, walking distance to McClaren Park, designed by the same designer of Golden Gate Park and NYC's Central Park. We have sun, space, quiet, easy access to downtown (it's closer to FiDi than Outer Sunset) and to Silicon Valley."
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  • Trulia User
    "Excelsior is a neighborhood that's growing and changing every day. With a majority of the homes being Single Family Homes, it has a very family and community vibe to it. It is also one of the city's forgotten neighborhoods, so it doesn't get the funding that it needs including funding for SF's second largest park, McLaren Park. The transit in the area could use some work to be able to cover everyone well, but with enough patience, you can get where you want to go. There's no way I could survive without my car, although I do frequently take BART or Muni to get around as well. Downtown Excelsior (Mission St) doesn't have much that interests me in the way of food or shops, and I generally find that I have to go to Glen Park, Noe or the Mission to find things for me. I'm hoping it'll change, but it hasn't changed much in the nearly 4 years I've lived here."
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  • Trulia User
    "Lived here for two years - chose location as there were still some homes just under a million. Great views, rapidly gentrifying, fun for the young and hip crowd in all the undiscovered (so far) local venues, amazing transportation options (BART, J-church and major mini hub all within a few minute walk - plus immediate and easy access to 280 and 101.) Due to these options you can get anywhere in the City including downtown and most neighborhoods in under 10 minutes - so much faster actually than from other centrally located neighborhoods. Dozens of restaurants and clubs in walking distance on Mission corridor. Hiking, lakes and rec facilities galore between Mclaren, Balboa, Glen and Bernal parks - plus numerous other well kept smaller city parks all within blocks. Lots of families too - plus neighbors actually interact and look out for each other - a wonderful thing in this city where many areas are all about anonymity and me-only attitudes. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Adjacent to BART, near shops and Glen Hill, Ocean Ave, and the mission. Excellent transit connection with the 14 and 44 lines and the 23 to the beach. Lots of people buying into the area and renovating homes. "
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Local Legal Protections

LGBT • Housing Voucher • Source of Income
LGBT Legal Protections updated by Movement Advancement Project
578 Munich St, San Francisco, CA is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1,100 sqft apartment built in 1929. 578 Munich St is located in Excelsior, San Francisco. 578 Munich St was listed for rent for $2,000/month on May 17, 2021.