Luxury living in San Francisco’s hip Valencia Corridor in this small, 8 unit, boutique building. Walls of windows flood this contemporary 2bd/2ba condo with natural light, creating a serene ambiance that belies the vibrancy of its surrounding neighborhood. Since this home is located in the back of the building, you’d never know you were in such a vibrant neighborhood while you’re inside. Enjoy views of beautiful hills and Twin Peaks from your private terrace or head upstairs to the expansive shared rooftop for 360-degree city vistas.
Generously proportioned, the interior features open living/kitchen/dining areas with high ceilings and oak hardwood floors throughout. An elegant chef’s kitchen boasts upscale appliances, sleek cabinetry, a built-in wine fridge, and a wide island with a prep sink and breakfast bar. Savor lazy days or cool nights around the living room’s gas fireplace or take advantage of intimate al fresco dining on the terrace. If your charcuterie needs a refresher, visit Mission Cheese on the building’s main floor, beloved for their comprehensive selection of domestic cheese and California beer and wine.
A split bedroom layout allows for extra privacy and room to spread out. The main bedroom features a sun-soaked desk nook and en suite bath with large dual-head shower. Both bedrooms get plenty of light and have ample closets with custom shelving. Designed for maximum decompression, the second bathroom showcases a deep soaking tub with jets and relaxing steam shower.
In-unit stackable washer/dryer. One-car garage parking – though you’ll hardly need to drive in supremely walkable Mission Dolores.
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. Families will appreciate 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 to the hipness that is Valencia Street. In the mood for a bit of nature? Dolores Park is one of the city’s top parks and San Francisco Flower Mart is a short stroll away if you want to take some blooms home with you. Foodies will appreciate world-famous Tartine and Garden Creamery, or meander down tree-lined Church Street and enjoy a cuppa with scones at Lovejoy’s tea Room. 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”.