Unbelievable value and extremely well-located on one of the Mission District’s prettiest, historic blocks – a pedestrian-friendly “slow-street” lined with trees and featuring gorgeous turn-of-the-century homes.
This well-maintained and sunny end-unit 2BR condo are privately situated on the top floor at the back of the building. The interior is efficiently laid out with thoughtful features designed to make full use of the space, including built-ins for seating, storage, and sleeping. The kitchen has an electric stove, built-in microwave, Fisher Paykel fridge, Whirlpool dishwasher, granite counters, artisanal backsplash, plenty of wood cabinetry, and attractive tile flooring. A custom built-in banquette and spacious dining table are situated off the kitchen, adjacent to an eastern-facing window admitting gorgeous morning light. This area opens into the bright living room, which has windows on two sides. The bedrooms are carpeted and feature ample closets. One of the bedrooms has a spacious walk-in closet with some built-in’s, and the guest bedroom features an ingenious and practical built-in murphy bed that can be folded into the wall when not in use and a desk that folds out in its place. Perfect for occasional guests / zoom-room or use permanently as a 2nd bedroom. An elegant hall bathroom serves the bedrooms with natural light, a beautiful hexagonal-tiled marble floor, and a shower over the tub. The condo has been repainted inside and features attractive wood floors and carpeted bedrooms.
Downstairs there is shared laundry, and the unit comes with the building’s best parking spot – at the front and easily accessible when driving into the garage without needing to make any turns. There is a quiet, private shared backyard with communal seating, a BBQ, and tons of beautiful plants. Nearby you will find the Shotwell, Moxie Yoga, top-rated Basecamp (for Himalayan cuisine), and many other cool eateries. Community tennis courts and the intimate Coronado playground are located one block away, and this location is within walking distance (and equidistant from) both the 16th and 24th street BART stations.