ABSTRACT: One master en-suite, one full bathroom, entry hall, living room, dining room, spacious kitchen, washer/dryer in unit, newly painted interior, one car secure garage parking with interior access (P-78 enter on Rhode Island Street), fitness center, tranquil courtyards, bicycle racks, laundry lockers, common rooftop deck offering panoramic views of San Francisco, in-house community manager, security cameras. Garbage chute on floor, newly painted building exterior.
DESCRIPTION: On the prestigious North Slope in Potrero Hill, this beautiful condominium offers amazing light and a quiet setting. This wonderful south facing residence overlooks the landscaped courtyard from the living room and bedroom.
This gorgeous unit includes brand new wide plank oak hardwood floors, high ceilings, crown moldings, exceptional new light fixtures and double paned windows. The fabulous kitchen and bathroom are dressed with Studio Becker cabinets and drawers.
Walk to the San Francisco Design Center and Whole Foods Market at street level in the building. Close to Potrero Hill's fabulous restaurants, highways 101 & 280, Caltrain, tech buses and easy access to Downtown Financial District and soon to open end of year- Chase Center. Walk Score of 92!
The inviting ENTRY HALL features hardwood floors, beautiful new light fixture and a coat closet.
The LAUNDRY CLOSET off the hall features a stackable front-loading Whirlpool Duet washer and dryer.
The stellar KITCHEN is equipped with honed granite countertops, gorgeous tile backsplash, an abundance of cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, GE stainless steel refrigerator with pull-out freezer, GE Profile five-burner electric range with convection oven, GE Profile stainless steel microwave with fan and light over range, GE Profile stainless steel dishwasher, stainless steel double sinks with Grohe faucet, GE garbage disposal, recessed lighting and hardwood floors.
The open sunny LIVING ROOM features hardwood floors, high ceilings, crown moldings, double paned windows and courtyard outlook. The spacious DINING ROOM area offers hardwood floors, exceptional new chandelier, crown moldings and high ceilings.
The spacious south facing MASTER EN-SUITE boasts new California Carpet, double paned windows, crown moldings, walk-in closet and a second closet with built-ins. The BATHROOM can be accessed from the bedroom or hallway. It includes a Kohler sink with Grohe faucet, stone counter and backsplash, storage cabinet and drawer, wall mirror, new medicine cabinet with mirror, two wall sconces, pocket door, ceiling fan, tile floor, Toto toilet, recessed lighting, and shower over American Standard tub with sliding glass shower door.
MAINTENANCE: $496.76 a month includes water, garbage, building insurance, common area maintenance, reserves, and outside professional management.
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- Electric Range
- Garbage Disposal
- Granite Counter
Additional Property Details
- Roof Deck
Homeowners Association (HOA)
HOA Fee Includes
- Ext Bldg Maintenance
- Grounds Maintenance
- Homeowners Insurance
- Outside Management
More About Potrero Hill
Rich in history, Potrero Hill originally served as Native American hunting grounds and rich farmland.
But the late 1800s saw a wave of immigrants from Italy, Ireland and Scotland populating the land. In fact, so dense was its Celtic immigrant population that, as recently as the early 20th century, Potrero Hill was referred to as Scottish Hill.
Potrero Hill would remain home to blue collar, working-class families until the mid 1990s, when gentrification and the dot-com era made the neighborhood more attractive to the white collar professional set.
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Thanks in part to it weekly newspaper, The Potrero View, and the century-old Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, used by residents for town meetings, recitals, and other events, Potrero Hill has a community feel all of its own.
Cafe dining is also popular with locals, and shopping and nightlife choices abound. All is within walking distance, and it’s worth the trek up and down hills to get to your favorite spot.
Homes in Potrero Hill are comprised of free-standing houses (many built in Victorian architecture), town homes, flat-style condominiums, warehouse spaces, and lofts and multi-unit buildings.
And if you’re looking for a view, Potrero Hill doesn’t disappoint: many residences enjoy outstanding city views from the 300-foot high hill.
Common wisdom says Lombard Street is the crookedest street in San Francisco, but that honor actually goes to Potrero Hill’s own Vermont Street.
Why Potrero Hill?
Perhaps due to its sunny disposition (this area of the City gets more sun than most), Potrero Hill has attracted a lively mix of professionals and artists. There’s also a high level of local pride, as evidenced in the gardens, lawns, and green spaces that neighbors and City groups alike maintain with exquisite care.