Welcome to 1963 McAllister #4 – a wonderfully bright 2bd/2ba condo replete with vaulted ceilings, large windows and skylights, and a private rooftop deck with panoramic city views. Centrally located in idyllic NoPa, the neighborhood has a charming residential feel with a wide array of nearby restaurants, parks, coffee shops, grocery stores, and entertainment venues.
The home’s four-level floorplan is anything but cookie cutter. Expansive en-suite bedrooms encompass the first and third levels allowing for plenty of privacy and room to breathe. You’ll find a spacious walk-in closet in the upstairs bedroom; the downstairs suite sits adjacent to a dedicated office space with built-in bookshelves. Make it your own personal Zoom room for WFH ease. A sizeable storage closet and separate laundry closet with stackable washer/dryer add to the convenience of this level.
An open sweep of kitchen, dining, and living areas comprise the second level – perfect for entertaining. The sunlit space is warm and inviting with cathedral ceilings, resurfaced hardwood flooring, and an electric fireplace. Mingle with guests as you cook up a feast in the modernized kitchen, enjoying newly installed quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and updated lighting and hardware, or head up to the roof for al fresco dining and unparalleled sunset vistas.
One-car side by side garage parking with additional storage space.
NOPA is a tiny neighborhood north of the Panhandle, beloved for its hip cafes, quirky boutiques, and serene residential streets – a hop, skip, and a jump from all that San Francisco has to offer. Divisadero, Haight Street, Fillmore, and Inner Richmond are all within walking distance with restaurants, shops, and bars. Che Fico and Little Star Pizza will cure any pizza craving, check out Brenda’s Meat & Three for serious Southern comfort food, and stroll to Nopa (the restaurant) when you’re ready for a “creative cocktail” – just be prepared to wait if you don’t have a reservation. The neighborhood is flat, which makes walks and bike rides to the park and to dinner a no-brainer. Freelancers and coffee lovers will find themselves right at home at Matching Half Café, known for its friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere. Almost every major grocery store is a short stroll away, including Target, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and Bi-Rite. If you’re looking for more than a city hike, head to nearby Golden Gate Park to jog, play tennis, or let your kids enjoy the playground. It’s hard to imagine why you’d ever want to leave NOPA, but if you do decide to venture out, you can be in downtown San Francisco or collecting sand dollars at the beach in a matter of minutes with easy public transportation and freeway access.