Whatever you’re looking for in a home, this 2bd/2ba condo has it. The convenience and accessibility of a vibrant SOMA/Mid-Market neighborhood, luxury building amenities (fitness center, conference room, lush courtyard, reflecting pool, high-speed elevators), contemporary design, and an intelligent floorplan that lends itself nicely to a modern WFH lifestyle.
The split-bedroom layout, great for privacy, is centered around open living, dining, and kitchen areas illuminated by large windows with city views. Equipped with stainless steel appliances, sleek black granite countertops, and plenty of cabinetry, the chef’s kitchen makes it easy to socialize as you try new recipes or whip up cocktails to enjoy the views on the walk-out patio.
Both bedrooms feature updated en suite bathrooms and sizable closets – a double-door closet and laundry closet with Bosch washer/dryer in the guest bedroom and a walk-in closet with custom shelving as well as a linen closet in the main bedroom suite. Ample storage throughout. An office nook gives you dedicated space to get your work done, and you can always book the building’s conference room for meetings or calls.
One-car garage parking is included, though you may find you rarely need to drive because this home sits on the edge of three of the best neighborhoods in SF– the Mission, Hayes Valley and Soma. In these three neighborhoods, you will have access to the city’s best restaurants, cultural centers, and grocery stores within walking distance, easy access to the freeway, , bus, and BART.
Though this home is technically located in SoMa, a 10-minute walk will take you to the vibrant Mission area where you’ll find colorful murals, independent bookstores, vintage shops, Valencia St. boutiques, fresh grocery markets, and renowned restaurants like Tartine and Delfina. Once you’ve experienced all the Mission has to offer, you can stroll ten minutes in the other direction to Hayes Valley, a sunny enclave that has evolved into a mecca for upscale shopping, internationally-inspired cuisine, and engaging cultural events. Despite its rapid ascent to hipville, Hayes Valley has maintained a rich sense of community. Restaurants range from casual bites and coffee shops (Suppenkuche, Blue Bottle) to fine dining and artisanal (Rich Table, Nojo Ramen), with pop-up food trucks and craft beer gardens enhancing the communal feel. For a relaxing vibe, head to the Page and Laguna mini-park. A beautiful garden space awaits, perfect for reading, meditation, or people-watching – the latter could happily occupy an entire afternoon. Union Square and downtown are easily accessed via BART or muni, found just a few blocks away.