• $665,000
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • MLS# 483199


Top floor, charming condo steps to Alamo Square Park! Elegantly finished with stunning wide plank Oak hardwood floors & crown molding.  Bay windows feature green outlooks making this quiet urban hideaway feel like a quiet nest perched in the trees. Living room with dining nook and kitchen with full size range & fridge and new dishwasher, built-in microwave, granite countertops/backsplash. Separate sleeping area and remodeled bath with tiled shower/tub combo and vanity w/built-in storage. Entry offers added built-in shelving and custom closet storage plus in-unit W/D! Building w/intercom secured entry & beautiful common area courtyard w/BBQ- great for entertaining guests! 1-car prkg included. Centrally located just mins to popular Hayes Valley, Fillmore & Haight Street shops & hot spots. An easy downtown commute, plus Tech shuttles stop at corner & walk to MUNI/RAIL lines, 92 TransitScore & 94 WalkScore!


  • HOA dues $380.00
  • Parking Space: #24
  • In-unit Washer Dryer
  • New full sized dishwasher
  • Wide Plank Oak Cerused Floor
  • 63 units in building
  • Reserves approx. $620,000


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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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