From its idyllic location directly across from Buena Vista Park to its modern open floor plan, this condominium offers the best in urban living.
The two-bedroom unit is accessible through both a quiet courtyard shaded by trees and a private entry from Haight Street. At the front entrance, natural stone tiles stretch down the hall as warm sunlight enters the living room through glass sliders that flow out to the large private deck. Rain or shine, this entirely covered, outdoor living space is the ideal spot to dine, host guests, or simply catch a bit of fresh air. Across the living room, an open dining area connects to the updated kitchen where a high-end dishwasher and fridge are seamlessly integrated with the gray slab cabinets. A mosaic tile backsplash lines the wall behind the industrial-size sink, while a breakfast bar serves as a casual dining space for quick meals.
The central hallway is host to a utility/storage room, laundry closet with a full-size washer and dryer, and a large coat closet. The end of the hallway leads to two sunlit bedrooms with generous closets and new double-pane Pella windows, plus two contemporary bathrooms. In the primary bedroom, a luxurious ensuite bath is finished in subway tiles, with a dual sink vanity, a deep soaking tub/shower, and ample storage. Additional features include custom built-in 5.1 theater sound, a media closet, and audio throughout the house.
This home is surrounded by popular city amenities in every direction. Head west for coffee at Ritual Coffee Roasters, a beer at Magnolia Brewing, pizza from Tony’s Slice House, or some exercise in Golden Gate Park. Take the dog to Buena Vista Park right across the street, or two blocks in the other direction to the Panhandle. Travel a few blocks north, and you’ll be in the thriving Divisadero corridor, home to Faletti Foods, the adored family-owned grocery, Souvla, a casual Greek eater, and Che Fico, an Italian joint for some upscale dining. Catch an intimate show at The Independent, or head to the Lower Haight area for craft beer at Toronado and dancing at Underground SF. Being at the crossroads of Haight, NoPa, and Hayes Valley, you can rest assured that everywhere you go will be a breeze.