Wife of 'Rollercoaster' author unexpectedly has empty Mill Valley apartment so she seeks new tenant
This may be an offbeat item for this blog, Woody Weingarten's digital baby, but…
The one-bedroom in-law rental apartment in Mill Valley owned by my wife, Nancy Fox, is unexpectedly being vacated because the current tenant was suddenly "furloughed," necessitating her having to move in with her daughter a long distance away.
It's be ready for occupancy July 1.
Yes, of course — this has virtually nothing to do with my VitalityPress book, "Rollercoaster: How a man can survive his partner's breast cancer," which I aimed at male caregivers, except that my wife is the volume's heroine.
Here are the apartment details:
Newly renovated, charming, unfurnished one-bedroom in-law unit in quiet Tam Valley section of Mill Valley. Private entrance in friendly, tree-lined residential neighborhood.
Roughly 600 square feet, with large windows, wall-to-wall carpeting and lots of closet space.
Private, large-volume washer and dryer, gas stove, oven and microwave.
Off-street parking space included.
Easy walk to Good Earth store, shopping center and Golden Gate bus stop. Fast commute to 101 and San Francisco.
Rent: $2,100 per month (utilities not included). One-year lease.
No smokers, no pets.
• Move-in costs — $2,100 for first month's rent plus $3,150 (one and a half month's rent) for security deposit ($5,250 total).
• Garbage removal included in rent.
• Must have excellent credit and references.
• Available July 1, 2020. Can be seen by appointment only (social distancing, masks required).
Call or email Nancy Fox.
415-847-8150 and 415-847-8150