- Bright, airy 1bd/1ba Potrero Hill loft-style home
- Year built: 1906
- HOA dues: $292/mo.
- Secure gated entry
- Large windows saturate the open floor plan with abundant natural light
- High ceilings create airy, open feel throughout
- Loft-style bedroom with closet space
- Updated kitchen with new stainless-steel appliances, heat & glo fireplace, ample storage, and glass sliders that open to covered deck for easy entertaining
- Shared enclosed backyard garden with deck
- In-unit washer/dryer with steam feature
- Walk score: 97 – walker’s paradise!
- Close proximity to Whole Foods, Potrero Hill shops, restaurants, and bars, Chase Center, Mission Rock, Oracle Park, Crane Cove Park, library, gyms, and amenities
- Convenient commute: Easy access to 101 fwy, I-280, SFO, Caltrain
Soak up the sun of Potrero Hill in this airy 1bd/1ba loft- style home. Superbly located near every city perk and convenience, the home feels bright and modern as large windows and soaring ceilings maximize light and highlight verdant views throughout.
A smart floor plan delivers excellent flow: a lofted bedroom overlooks the open living, kitchen, and dining spaces that are illuminated by the green backyard. Glass sliders extend the square footage, revealing a private deck that extends to a beautiful shared backyard with garden patio for easy entertaining. It’s a serene setting to lounge, work, or dine al fresco. A rustling palm tree hints at the beach access a short drive or bike ride away.
Kitchen and bath have been renovated and redesigned for modern comfort – think stainless-steel appliances, ample storage and in-unit washer/dryer – all warmed by a gas fireplace perfect for cozy evenings at home.
This property sits across from the Potrero Gateway Park project, which aims to recover the green spaces that were once occupied by homes before the construction of the 101 freeway in 1954. This initiative, which has been driven by citizens for decades, seeks to transform Vermont St. and improve the safety and usability of the surrounding open areas near San Bruno, Vermont, and 17th streets. Since 2019, the project has also sought to demonstrate the ecological benefits of incorporating California native plants into the landscape. The property is also situated in the Green Benefit District, which supports parks, street greening, urban gardening, and community building in the NW Potrero Hill/Dogpatch area while also aiding the Potrero Gateway Project.