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 Fine Edwardian Condominium

Duboce Triangle

This elegant 1900s Edwardian condominium offers refined modern living in the delightful, sought-after neighborhood of Duboce Triangle, San Francisco. The modernized interior boasts high ceilings, rich espresso toned floors, and striking kitchen and bath amenities.

 

The bright and open kitchen showcases walnut cabinets, white Caesarstone counters, a mod white tile backsplash, custom lighting, and stainless steel appliances. The bathroom features designer tile, a Durvit vanity, and an open seamless glass bath surround. Two bedrooms and a laundry closet complete this first floor condo. Additionally, included at the lower level is a secure storage locker. You'll fall in love with the comfortable, convenient lifestyle this condo affords.

 

183 Noe Street is situated on a quiet tree-lined street in the heart of Duboce Triangle, San Francisco. This quaint residential neighborhood is inviting and unpretentious. Well-kept Victorians line the streets and Duboce Park offers a central green gathering space where dogs and kids abound. A San Francisco favorite, Duboce Triangle offers a convenient, central location between the Castro and Mission, and close to public transportation.

 

With classic Edwardian lines and a relaxed modern interior, this luxury condominium flat is designed for today's modern lifestyle. Be the first to view this property in person.

 

 

Summary of Features:

 

  • Historic 3-Story Edwardian, Built in 1900
  • Each Unit w/ Private Entrances
  • Covered Exterior Entry Porch
  • 1st Floor Condo w/ Sleek Modernized Interior
  • Hardwood Floors, Recessed & Pendent Lighting, Vaulted Ceilings
  • Open Living Room & Kitchen w/ Stool Seating
  • 2 Spacious Bedrooms
  • 1 Full Bath w/ Luxury Amenities
  • In-Unit Laundry Closet
  • Includes Deeded Storage Locker
  • Updated Systems & Windows
  • Not Subject To Rent Control
  • Monthly Dues: $314.17 (Water, Garbage, Exterior Building Maintenance, Insurance)
  • Beautifully Maintained Building
  • Quiet Tree Lined Street
  • Warm Sunny Microclimate
  • Near Fine Dining, Shops, Public Transportation
  • Central Duboce Triangle Neighborhood
  • San Francisco Unified School District

 

We Like

> Whiling away the afternoon curled up with a book in the bright, comfortable living room.

> Sipping freshly brewed coffee at Duboce Park Cafe.

> Riding MUNI to the Ferry Building for an ice cream at Humphry Slocombe.

> Meandering through the Castro Farmer's Market on Wednesday evenings. Wow, what delicious blueberries, peaches, local honey!

> Dining out in the Castro.

> Taking out of town friends to Tartine Bakery for French pastries.

> Spending Sunday mornings at Duboce Park watching the dogs meet and greet!

 


Property specialist and listing agent, Angelo Cosentino, is at the ready to help you find the right fit for your lifestyle and needs. Call (415) 298-9171 from 8 am to 8 pm, any day of the week.

 

For advice and tips on preparing your property for sale, email angelo.cosentino@compass.com or visit www.angelocosentino.com

 

 

 

Neighborhood


Duboce Triangle

There's much to love in this tiny sliver of San Francisco. Duboce Triangle is bounded by Market Street to the south, Hayes Valley to the north, and is just northeast of the Castro. Two of its points are bustling Muni streetcar stations, offering quick and easy access to downtown. The neighborhood is graced with charms that make it feel like an oasis in the urban landscape. With flat streets and light traffic, Duboce Triangle is very accessible for bicyclists; the popular bike path known as "The Wiggle" runs through the neighborhood, and packs of cyclists can be spotted streaking past the area's gracefully adorned Victorian and Edwardian single family homes and multi-unit buildings.

The heart of this little hood is Duboce Park, a popular grassy park popular with dogs and their owners, which sports a new children's playground at its western end. This is a relatively warm part of town, as Twin Peaks and Buena Vista Heights block much of the fog, and its not unusual to see people lingering outside at sidewalk cafes, showing off their furry friends or sharing neighborhood news. The neighborhood also benefits from its proximity to the businesses on Market Street, where you can find all the basics including dry cleaners, organic foods, and a gym. The nearby historic F line streetcars rattle past quite frequently, taking more easy-going commuters and tourists between downtown and the Castro. Duboce Triangle is an ideal place for those seeking a relaxed, yet vibrant, home base.



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Contact Angelo Cosentino
415.298.9171 angelo.cosentino@compass.com

 

Property specialist and listing agent, Angelo Cosentino, is at the ready to help you find the right fit for your lifestyle and needs. Call (415) 298-9171 from 8 am to 8 pm, any day of the week.

 

For advice and tips on preparing your property for sale, email angelo.cosentino@compass.com or visit www.angelocosentino.com

 

 

 

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Angelo  Cosentino

Angelo Cosentino

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