Situated in the heart of San Francisco’s prime neighborhoods, this 2bd/1.5ba Mission Dolores home offers a vibrant scene, friendly commute, and contemporary lifestyle – with plenty of outdoor space. (A rare find in this part of the city.) The unit has front and rear exclusive patios with water hookups and outdoor outlets, so you can create a private oasis for relaxing with your morning coffee or tackling emails. The rear patio connects to the main bedroom and enjoys shaded morning sun. You also have access to a shared backyard with lounge seating, dining area, and heat lamp for gatherings with your quarantine bubble.
The home’s recently renovated interior feels just as open and inviting. Large windows flood the space with natural light and allow for cross-ventilation, particularly helpful during COVID. Kitchen/dining/and living spaces flow seamlessly for easy entertaining, ensuring no one is left out of the conversation during movie nights or relaxed dinners. Glossy hardwood floors run throughout. Pets will appreciate the room to run as well!
Whether you’re still in the banana bread phase of lockdown or have graduated to professional chef, the gourmet kitchen will encourage your finest work, equipped with a Thermador 6-burner stove and stainless-steel Bosch appliances. Quartz countertops and soft-close cabinetry lend a polished finish.
Every detail of the unit has been thoughtfully considered for modern ease and convenience. From high-efficiency LED lighting, custom premium roller shades, Nest thermostat and smart/lock digital entry to custom-designed closets and a spa-like rainfall shower. Webpass, one of the highest speed fiber internets available, is included in the HOA fee, and your parking spot – one of the best spots in the garage – is equipped with an EV hook up. Washer/dryer is located ONE step from your back door in a private closet adjacent to the unit.
Sunny, centrally located, with practical amenities and extracurricular activities galore, Mission Dolores has everything you could possibly ask for in a locale. And no wonder – as San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood, it’s had plenty of time to perfect the formula with top-rated public schools and grocery stores of all shapes and sizes. If shopping’s your thing, check out Schauplatz, Therapy, or Bell Jar before heading over to Dolores Park, one of the city’s most popular. Foodies will appreciate world-famous Tartine and Garden Creamery, or meander down to Valencia to try new restaurants or get a sweet treat at Dandelion Chocolate. To the north, the Castro offers plenty of after dark options and there’s always something happening in nearby Mission. Best of all, if you ever do decide to leave this happy little enclave, it’s an easy trip via BART, MUNI, or 101, or a lovely bike ride along the “Wiggle”.