Just as the 49ers have (almost) recaptured the glory years of the 1980s, you too can claim a piece of the nostalgia now that Joe Montana's former bachelor pad is up for grabs.
According to Sotheby's, the one-bedroom condo up for rent at 101 Lombard Street was Joe Cool's home-sweet-home in 1984. For those of you who don't remember, that would be the year the 49ers won the Super Bowl and became the first team to ever win 15 games in a single season. It's also the year Montana was named Super Bowl MVP, prompting coach Bill Walsh to call him "the greatest quarterback today; maybe the greatest quarterback of all time." Needless to say, it was a good year.
The extra point (pun most definitely intended): when Montana moved out in 1985, Pro Bowl wide receiver Dwight Clark moved in.
"[The condo] has a fun little history," said Sotheby's agent Mary Fenton to The Huffington Post.
The $5000-a-month home also has two levels, a private roof deck with views of the Bay Bridge and Coit Tower, a wood-burning fireplace, a walkout balcony and building amenities including a doorman, a heated pool, parking and everything else a young sports star might desire. (Except, perhaps, for a decorator.)
Check out photos of the condo below, courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty: