• Light-filled, top floor flat in a lovely 1920’s building  
  • 1 spacious bedroom and 1 updated, contemporary bathroom
  • Sunny, eat-in kitchen with beautiful, new hardwood floors and breakfast bar
  • Sleek stainless steel appliances including gas stove and new dishwasher
  • Potential to add in-unit washer/gas dryer 
  • Charming period details including high, coved ceilings and decorative moldings
  • Large open living room and dining area overlooking quiet Francisco St.
  • Abundant closets with large custom walk-in designed as home office
  • Newly carpeted and painted with updated lighting
  • 1 car garage parking
  • Generously sized, shared storage room
  • Peaceful, shared garden with barbecue area
  • Low HOA dues only $350 per month
  • Nicely maintained building; well managed 4-unit HOA
  • HOA open to amending pet policy to allow pets 
  • Walk Score 93! Walk to everything! Restaurants, cafes, shopping, entertainment
  • Walk to Marina Green, Fort Mason, Moscone Rec Center and the GG Bridge
  • Walk to public transportation and high tech shuttles
  • Situated in a NON-liquefaction zone

Don’t miss this spacious top-floor condo ideally situated on a quiet Marina block (not liquefaction) close to everything you need.  This move-in ready home features a comfortable, light-filled floor plan with high coved ceilings, lovely decorative moldings and charming plantation shutters throughout as well as abundant storage.  It combines the elegance of 1920’s architecture with modern upgrades including a gourmet kitchen and updated bathroom.
At the front of the home overlooking quiet Francisco street is an oversized living room and dining area – a wonderful space for enjoying a lazy afternoon or entertaining friends. The nicely sized bedroom and hallway feature multiple custom designed closets including a large walk-in closet with built-in book shelves and desk area – perfect for your home office!
Enjoy preparing a gourmet meal in the sunny, eat-in kitchen with beautiful, new hardwood floors, breakfast bar, ample cabinetry and stainless steel appliances including a gas stove and new dishwasher.  The updated bathroom also boasts contemporary additions including an attractive new sink, lighting and rich cabinetry.
This lovely, Marina-style building features many perks including garage parking (1 car parking for this unit), large storage room and peaceful garden with barbecue area.  The 4-unit HOA is well managed and has kept the building nicely maintained.  Best of all, enjoy the fabulous location in one of San Francisco’s most highly desirable neighborhoods! Stroll to popular restaurants, cafes, Union and Chestnut street shopping/movie theaters + nearby Safeway, Moscone Rec Center, Fort Mason and the Marina Green. Walk to nearby public transportation and high tech shuttles for an easy work commute. 



To live in the Marina is to be the envy not only of many San Franciscans, but also of people from around the world who visit our city to relish the ornate beauty of the Palace of Fine Arts, the brisk air of a stroll along the Marina Green or out to Crissy Field, and views of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Single family homes, apartment buildings and flats offer a range of housing options for home seekers in this often sunny enclave; "Marina Style" barrel front homes and art deco style buildings are a hallmark of the area. Chestnut Street businesses will satisfy even the most avid shoppers, foodies and night owls alike. The Marina is a well-known nightlife destination for young professionals and professional partiers alike, and some of the City's most renowned dining destinations can be found here as well. Residents enjoy spending a sunny afternoon at the Moscone Playground. Had it not been for the 1906 earthquake, this lovely neighborhood might have never been. Enterprising developers pushed rubble from the destroyed city into what was then marshland, creating a man-made foundation for building. The site was home to the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition, one of the finest World's fair ever hosted in the United States. The Palace of Fine Arts is a remnant of this seminal San Francisco event. If you visit the waterfront just east of the Yacht Club when the tide is out, you might catch a glimpse of some of that old San Francisco rubble. Adventure a bit further, and you'll find the Wave Organ- an art installation of tubes extending out to the bay with openings to listen to the waves pulsing in and out. Note rubble from the former cemeteries of San Francisco strewn about and used to develop the site. When venturing to other parts of San Francisco, public transit is a breeze with both Muni and Golden Gate Transit serving the neighborhood. And by car, the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County are just minutes away.


This beautiful condo received multiple offers! 

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