• $800,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 695 SqFt
  • MLS# 490157

Impeccable 1BD/1BA Condo steps away from historic Alamo Square Park, the Divis corridor with Hayes and Lower Pac Hts not far beyond. Spacious master bedroom offers private walk out patio and very large floor to ceiling closet with custom organizer. Clever floor plan with large open living room and flexible space for dining and a nook for office, den, nursery. Kitchen with granite counters, and stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer and dryer, and 1-car parking. This beautifully maintained home offers newer hardwood floors, carpet and bathroom floor tile. Living room outlooks to classic Victorian architecture of Alamo Square. Building with shared courtyard and BBQ area. Fantastic location; countless coffee shops, restaurants, Bart and shops within walking distance and a walk score of 95. Multiple bus lines within 1 block that will get you downtown in 20 minutes.


  • Approx 695 Sq Ft (per tax records)
  • Year Built: 1999
  • 63 Condos
  • HOA: 472.00
  • HOA reserves approx 648,629
  • Parking Space #P-029
  • Pets: 1 bird or cat or dog
  • Rental policy: right to lease not less than 6 months unless approved by association
  • Elfa closet systems may be reconfigured for new owner's needs



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At-a-Glance People the world over know it for its six Painted Ladies — an iconic row of jewel-toned homes framed by San Francisco’s skyline that have appeared in more than 70 films, television shows, and print campaigns — but for those who make this area their home, when it comes to Victorian architecture in Alamo Square, they tell just a small part of the story. Mostly untouched by extensive urban renewal projects that swept through the City’s Western Addition in recent decades, Alamo Square boasts one of the largest concentrations of architecturally significant mansions, including the  William Westerfeld House , the Archbishop’s Mansion, the German and Russian Imperi...

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