Bright & Beautifully Modern
Studio Suite with Sleeping Alcove
This twenty-one-unit classic Edwardian building constructed in 1924 is home to a beautifully renovated studio apartment complete with a sleeping nook. Unit #104 enjoys an abundance of natural light that pours in through the south-facing windows, one of which is a classic San Francisco bay window, with outlooks to the brilliant Italianate Victorians in the neighborhood. New light fixtures, fresh paint, and white solid oak flooring are other recent upgrades. For those who prefer the sleeping area separate from the main living room, the full-sized bed sleeping alcove is an excellent option that frees up the living room and allows multiple furniture arrangement options. Newly renovated with permits, the kitchen enjoys brand new, never used premium stainless steel appliances, including a Bosch gas range, Liebherr refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, and an exterior vented Whirlpool microwave range hood. Caesarstone countertops and an abundance of cabinetry allow space to create your culinary masterpiece, and the adjacent dining area makes dinner a breeze and is an excellent spot to enjoy your morning coffee. Also renovated with permits is the luxury Italian Carrara marble bath with Grohe Thermostatic SmartControl Shower System equipped with a rain shower head and radio dial control panel. There is plenty of storage in the spacious and glamorous recessed wall cabinet, and has an Italian honeycomb floor that adds the finishing touch.
Exclusive to this unit is a large and private two-car tandem garage with ample storage space, or should you choose rented for extra monthly income. The building is well maintained, seismically retrofitted, professionally managed, and includes a roof deck with enchanting city views in a world-class location!
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" Doug and Eddy have impressed me with their knowledge and assessment of the current real estate market with COVID. They know many professionals who helped me to get my property ready. Doug and Eddy gave me some design ideas and they were very accessible as a sounding board during the remodeling, and I couldn't have done it without the contractor that they knew. Doug and Eddy are honest and kind people to work with. "
Virtual 360 Tour
1905 Laguna Street #104
San Francisco, CA 94115
Lower Pacific Heights
Walker’s Paradise -
Daily errands do not require a car.
Excellent Transit -
Transit is convenient for most trips.
Very Bikeable -
Biking is convenient
for most trips.
The Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood packs a punch for its size. It’s convenient central location is walkable to downtown with city buses flowing throughout for easy travel around town with freeway access not far from its borders.
The neighborhood is full of dining options, entertainment, and an unrivaled shopping experience. The area tends to cater to a wealthier clientele but is also dotted with small, independently owned grocers and boutiques.
Popular attractions in the neighborhood include Japan Center, where you can easily find 50 restaurants and sushi bars along with a number of post-dinner entertainment spots. The region’s heavy jazz, blues, and rock history resonates strongly in the neighborhood in popular music venues like The Fillmore and the Boom Boom Room. Another cherished amenity is the acclaimed Sundance Kabuki Cinema, screening first-run movies alongside exclusive indie and foreign films.
The neighborhood is filled with fairly affluent residents living in the abundance of Victorians that were built in the early 1900s. Also among the real estate lineup are newly constructed multi-family as well as single-family abodes. Hidden within one of these residential streets is the Broderick & Bush Street Mini Park. The park features an indoor swimming pool with classes and an outdoor green space often filled with exercise and fitness activities, a huge magnet for families and dog owners.
Lower Pacific Heights offers upscale living in a vibrant area with a perfect balance between residential and green space, with serious big-city personality.
In The Neighborhood
20 Minute Walkability Guide
All time estimates per Google Maps, WalkScore.com or personal experience and may vary by individual. Locations may reflect pre-covid availability.
Muni | 1-California, 2-Clement, 3-Jackson, 5-Fulton, 10-Townsend, 12-Folsom/Pacific, 19-Polk, 21-Hayes, 22-Fillmore, 24-Divisadero, 27-Bryant, 28-19th/R, 30X-Marina, 31-Balboa, 38-Geary/R, 41-Union, 43-Masonic, 45-Union/Stockton, 47-Van Ness, 49-Van Ness/Mission, 90-San Bruno Owl, & Cable Cars
Ride Shares | Zipcar, Getaround, City CarShare, Turo, GoBike, Bay Wheels, JUMP, Scoot, Spin, Bird, Lime
Freeway Access | Easy access to interstates I-80, I-101, and I-280
Restaurants | Octavia, Sweet Maple, Sweet Lime, Woodhouse Fish Co., Curbside, State Bird Provisions, SPQR, DOSA, OTD, The Grove, Glaze Teriyaki, apizza, Roam Artisan Burgers, Pizzeria Delfina, Noosh, Benihana, Brenda’s French Soul Food, Lers Ros Thai, Fat Angel Food & Libation, Ramen Yamadaya, Pa’ina, The Elite Cafe, Swan Oyster Depot, Mymy, CoCoBang, The Snug, Mums, Chouquet’s, Troya Restaurant, Hinodeya Raman Bar, Alborz Restaurant, Jackson Fillmore Trattoria, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Rose’s Cafe.
Coffee & Snacks | Joe & The Juice, Jane on Fillmore, Boba Guys, Starbucks, Peet’s Coffee, Philz Coffee, Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, Smitten Ice Cream, Salt & Straw, Johnny Donuts, La Boulangerie, Pressed Juicery, Fillmore Bakeshop, Chocolate Chair, Blue Bottle Coffee, Jane on Larkin, Another Cafe, Bob’s Donuts, Belly Good Cafe & Crepes, Matcha Cafe Maiko, Juice Shop, Miyako Old Fashion Ice Cream, B. on the Go, Cumaica Coffee, b. Patisserie, Tea Hut, Loving Cup, Wise Sons, Libby Jane Cafe, Yasukochi’s Sweet Shop.
Groceries | Mollie Stone’s Markets, Whole Foods Market, Trader Joes, Fillmore Farmers’ Market, Safeway, Bevmo!, Nijiya Market, Buchanan Food Mart, Golden Farmer Market, Bread & Butter Market & Deli, Loop Market, Halal Green Apple Market, Nabila’s Natural, Gino’s Grocery, Enoteca Vino Nostro.
Nightlife | Boom Boom Room, Pagoda, Wine Jar, Lush Lounge, The Grabstake, Rouge, Tommy’s Joynt, Diva’s, Origin, Hi-Lo Club, Mayes Oyster House, Vertigo, Napoli Pizza, The Majestic Butterfly Lounge, Dimples, The Babe Cave, Black Horse London Pub, The Pub, Sanppo, Festa Karaoke, IchiPub, Comet Club.
Personal Care | Joli Bijou Salon, Church Barber & Apothecary, Soubella Nails Spa, Kabuki Springs & Spa, Drybar, Imperial Spa, Sutter Health Center, J T Nails, Benefit Cosmetics Boutique & Brow Bar, Earthbody, Tiny Needles, Golden Point Acupuncture, Peoples Bar, Bubble Pop Electric, International Orange.
Shopping | Japan Center, prAna, Katsura Garden, Sephora, LUSH, SF Party, Paper Source, Timbuk2, b8ta, Eileen Fisher, James Perse, Ralph Lauren, Frye Company, Buck Mason, Fiddlesticks, Rag & Bone, Goodwill, Crossroads Trading, Nest, Modern Citizen, Lululemon, Sur La Table, Ambiance, Blick Art Materials.
Fitness | 24 Hour Fitness, Studiomix, Bay Jiu-Jitsu, Fitness SF, Core40, Synergy, Iyengar Yoga Institute, Kickbox Fitness, SoulCycle, CrossFit Golden Gate, Equinox, Live Fit Gym, Fluid Movement, Crunch Fitness, Uforia, Bikram Yoga, Hit Fit SF, Yoga Flow SF, Rock Steady Boxing, Karma Yoga, Simply Balanced Pilates.
Parks & Rec. | Lafayette Park, Alta Plaza Park, Cottage Row, Buchanan YMCA, Japantown Peace Plaza, Allyne Park, Jefferson Square Park, Margaret S. Hayward Playground, Raymond Kimbell Playground, James P. Lang Field, Helen Wills Park, Sgt. John Macaulay Park, Hamilton & Mascone Recreation Center.
Amenities | US Post Office, SF Public Library, Buchanan YMCA, AMC Kabuki 8, Xfinity, WashClub, WAGS UPS Store, FedEx, Staples, Copy Net, Cole Hardware, Ace Hardware, Chevron, Shell, Jiffy Lube, Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, SF Federal Credit Union, Union Bank, Sterling, Citibank, CA Bank & Trust, Walgreens Pharmacy, CVS Pharmacy, Village Pets, Bow Wow Meow, and Doug & Eddy at Corcoran SF.
AERIAL VIEW CIRCA 1911
Pacific Heights - Lafayette Park in the foreground, facing east-west
When was the building constructed? 1924, per San Francisco tax records.
Has the building been seismically retrofitted? Yes, in 2018, a soft story retrofit was completed. Please see the 3R report for additional information.
How large is this home? 477 per tax records.
How many units are in the building? There are 21 units in the building.
How much are the HOA dues, and what do they include? The monthly dues are $538.00 per month. Included are building insurance, common area electricity, garbage, recycling, water, gas, heat, professional management, and reserves.
Is there any outdoor space? Yes, there is a roof deck located up one short flight of stairs from this top floor unit, plus the building enjoys close proximity to Lafayette and Alta Plaza Parks.
What is the parking situation? This unit has two-car tandem parking in the private garage. Plus, there is additional room for storage.
Is there bike storage? Yes, there is a room for bikes in the laundry area, plus a handy sidetrack to wheel your bike from the street, up the stairs, and into the bike storage room.
Is there laundry in the building? Yes, three full-sized washers and dryers are located in the spotless laundry room on the building’s lowest level. Seller of unit 305 stated in 4/21 that there is the ability to add laundry in the unit. Buyer to confirm with HOA.
Is there a Homeowners’ Association, and if so, who manages it? The Association is named 1905 Laguna Street HOA, and Eugene Burger Management Company is the management company.
Is there additional storage for this home? Yes, there is room for storage in the private garage.
What is the pet policy? The HOA is updating the governing documents to reflect that dogs shall be allowed as acceptable animals. This policy was approved and has been in effect as the official policy for over one year.
Could I rent out this home? Per seller, the rental policy is under revision to allow for shorter-term leases to replace the current minimum six-month lease policy. Please see section 7.7 of the CC&R’s and house rules for the complete rental policy. Buyer to confirm revisions with HOA.