This light & bright, top floor 2BR/2BA condo is located in beautiful Cathedral Hill directly across from Jefferson Square Park and the Margaret S Hayward Playground. This comfortable home has a nicely updated kitchen with a breakfast bar, a glass backsplash, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, including a gas range, microwave vent hood with exterior venting, slate flooring, and an abundance of cabinet space for all your kitchen storage needs. The sizable living-dining room has treetop views up to St. Mary’s Cathedral and, along with the bedrooms, enjoys natural-looking laminate flooring. There are two spacious and private bedrooms, including the primary, which has direct access to the balcony, vaulted ceilings, and double-height windows that flood the space with sunshine. The two bathrooms are super clean and accented with a skylight and new rain showerheads. A flight of stairs, conveniently located near the front door, ascends to the large, shared rooftop terrace with excellent views of the City. This property is complete with a generously sized parking spot in the secured garage with oodles of storage at the front of the space, plus free in-building laundry. Fantastic location! Proximity to several parks, and the commercial corridors of Japantown, Fillmore, Hayes, Polk, Van Ness, and Market Street, to name a few! Do not miss this fantastic opportunity!
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1174 Eddy Street #D
San Francisco, CA 94109
Walker's Paradise -
Daily errands do not require a car.
Rider's Paradise -
World-class public transportation.
Very Bikeable -
Biking is convenient for most trips.
District 6 also known as Central North District was once referred to as the Western Addition due to its development immediately west of downtown San Francisco. Having some of the hottest and most popular neighborhoods in the city and easy access to public transportation, District 6 is a fun area to live and explore, attracting both tourists and locals.
As one of the few to survive San Francisco’s devastating 1906 earthquake, the architecture in this district is relatively untouched by time, and offers some of the city’s finest original Victorian houses. The famous “Painted Ladies,” six gorgeous Victorian homes are here, over the edge of Alamo Square Park, featuring some of the best views of downtown San Francisco and beyond.
In contrast, Hayes Valley is a vibrant revitalized neighborhood full of trendy boutiques, popular restaurants, and one of the city’s highest concentrations of condominiums. Lower Pacific Heights offers similarity to Pacific Heights at a slightly more affordable price, and homes in Anza Vista are symbolic for the simple, Bauhaus style.