Harry Clark & Daniel Fernandez Present:
Loft-like Hayes Valley Urban Retreat - $525,000
- Rare-to-find Garden Unit
- Secluded Off-street Location
- Victorian Loft-like Volumes
- One Large Bedroom Plus Sleeping Loft
- Expansive Remodeled Kitchen
- Walk-out South Facing Deck
- Exclusive-use Patio, Garden & Storage Rm
- Independent Garage Parking
- Monthly Dues: $275.15
Centrally located close to many urban conveniences, this unique garden unit is positioned at the back of a 6 unit Victorian building. Part of a TIC conversion in 2008, the unit features a dramatic living space enhanced by tall ceilings, an open floor plan, new red oak hardwood floors and private vistas to a large exclusive-use patio and garden. The adjoining kitchen includes abundant cabinetry, stone counter-tops, tile flooring, along with a convenient breakfast bar, while the remodeled bathroom is finished with custom tile and stonework. One large bedroom plus a separate efficient sleeping loft, can easily accommodate a guest.
The private outdoor space includes a walk-out deck for morning coffee, a hot tub, and an expansive fence-enclosed patio surrounded by mature plantings. A common laundry room is steps away at the garage level, along with an excellent secure storage room and an exclusive use independently-accessible parking space.
This central San Francisco address is just 1 ½ blocks from beautiful Alamo Square and convenient to urban services in the Hayes Valley and lower Fillmore shopping districts along with the Divisadero corridor. Commuter buses to Silicon Valley are also a few blocks away.
Buyers are advised that this building was Ellis Acted in 2008 and certain use restrictions may apply.
Possibly one of the most photographed neighborhoods in San Francisco, Alamo Square is home to the “Painted Ladies,” a row of colorful Victorian-era houses, backed by the City’s famous skyline. Many architecturally significant mansions line the perimeter of the square as well, including the Archbishop's Mansion, the residences of the Russian and German Imperial consuls in the early 1900s. Alamo Square is a regular stop for tour buses, attesting to its exceptional beauty and historical significance.
Alamo Park, in the center of Alamo Square, offers an excellent view of the Beaux Arts dome of City Hall, the surrounding cityscape and the tops of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay Bridge. Neighbors flock to the park on weekends to walk their dogs, take their children to the playground or play a game of tennis.
Divisadero Street, bordering the Alamo Square neighborhood on the west, hosts a growing collection of hip and popular restaurants and bars. Nearby Golden Gate Park is a great place to walk, bike, go fishing and even try your hand at model yacht racing. The park is home to the incomparable De Young Art Museum, the Academy of Sciences and the Conservatory of Flowers.
The Alamo Square area contains the second largest concentration of homes over 10,000 square feet in San Francisco, after the Pacific Heights neighborhood. Many of Alamo Square’s grand homes offer six plus bedrooms, four plus baths, media rooms, wine cellars, fireplaces and city views.
Sunday, Jan. 27th, 2-4:30pm
Tuesday, Jan. 29th, 11-12:30pm
Additional Showings By Appointment:
Contact Harry Clark - 415.971.0608
or Daniel Fernandez - 415.829.8232