Bordering the hot strip of mid-Market, this address is encircled by dynamic neighborhoods: Hayes Valley, Duboce Triangle, Mission Dolores, Inner Mission and is just minutes from the Castro. Freshly painted, it has soaring ceilings and no unit below. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, in-unit Whirlpool W&D, exclusive balcony, 1 car deeded garage parking, locked bike storage, common courtyard and daycare. Kitchen has granite counters, stainless steel appliances. Nearby are Limon, Smitten, Luna Park, Destino, Zeitgeist, Zuni Cafe, Pause Wine Bar, South at SF Jazz, Opera House. Easy access to freeways, corporate shuttles and public transportation. Minutes to Duboce and Dolores Parks.
Offers Wednesday, 10/2 at 12 noon
- 220 Volt Wiring
- Freestanding Range
- Hood Over Range
- Granite Counter
Interior Access, Enclosed, Automatic Door
- Concrete Perimeter
- Concrete Slab
Additional Property Details
Homeowners Association (HOA)
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