• $1,295,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,599 SqFt
  • MLS# 483816
Chic Richmond District Condominium

Live on your own sumptuous cloud in this light and airy 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,599-square foot condominium, in an iconic modern building designed by notable and award-winning architect Daniel Solomon. Enter the residence through a semi-private entrance foyer and climb up a flight of stairs to find a gorgeous, spacious and bright open-concept residence.

Step down into a sunlit living room, where dramatic oversized windows offer spectacular vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands. A sleek fireplace with distinctive limestone surround is flanked on either side by built-ins, and a generous granite breakfast-bar with pass-through access to the kitchen provides a central focal point for communal gatherings. 

Step-up from the living room to access the chef’s kitchen on the right, complete with hardwood floors and stainless-steel appliances, including double-door refrigerator with ice and water-maker in-door, 5 burner gas range, built-in microwave, granite countertops with double stainless sink, and an abundance of custom cabinetry offering new hardware and fresh paint. Adjacent to the kitchen is a contemporary and open dining room, featuring a brand-new modern drum light fixture and silhouette-style window coverings, ample space for entertaining and convenient access to the kitchen. 

Amble down a breezy hallway over 100 percent wool custom-carpeting to find a dual guest bathroom, conveniently split into two separate quarters. On the left, a powder room with Toto toilet, granite vanity over granite floors, and on the right, a shower-over bath with dual shower heads and pedestal sink over granite floors. 

Enter a generous light-filled master suite at the end of the hall on the right. Here a wall of south-facing windows stream in light from an adjacent sunroom which is accessible from both bedrooms. The master is complete with oversized closet, a separate laundry nook featuring Maytag stacked washer and dryer, and master bathroom with Toto toilet, shower over bathtub, Kohler sink and granite counters and floors. 

From the bedroom enter the sunroom featuring wall-to-wall atrium style windows that jut out on three sides to enclose a gorgeous solarium retreat featuring ceramic tile floors, which add a serene and airy sanctuary space to the bedroom retreats. A second bedroom at the end of the hall is well-appointed with southern light, ample closet space, as well as access to the sunroom. Generously-sized linen and hall closets anoint the hallway. 

Deeded parking for one large car is provided in the garage below, and a spacious park-like shared garden is located at the rear of the building. Within walking distance to Golden Gate Park, Presidio, Palace of the Legion of Honor (museum), Lincoln Park Golf Course, Land’s End hiking trail, Ocean beach, China beach, Baker beach, public tennis courts and just steps from both public and private schools, the popular restaurants of the Balboa and Clement St. commercial corridors and public transportation.   

ADDITIONAL PROPERTY FEATURES:

  • 13 unit building with semi-private entrance shared with one other residence
  • Custom limestone in entryway and fireplace surround
  • Recessed lighting in kitchen, dining room and hallway  
  • Double stainless kitchen sink with custom fixtures
  • Hardwood flooring in kitchen
  • Custom 100 percent wool Berber-style carpet
  • Large walk in hall-closet and linen closet in hallway 
  • Deeded parking for one car in garage
  • Storage options in garage
  • Spacious park-like shared garden in rear of building

Location

Cross Street:

30th Ave.

City:

San Francisco

County:

San Francisco

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Great Sand Bank. A day-long drive from Downtown San Francisco during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, few folks resided in Central Richmond; its rolling, sandy terrain was considered inhospitable to parks, gardens or homes. Much has changed since the mid-1800s when the neighborhood was only suitable for garish amusements, roadhouses and saloons. The Central Richmond today gives entree to the very best of San Francisco’s treasured urban parks. Entering Golden Gate Park from the rose garden at Fulton and Park Presidio, there’s easy access to the de Young Museum and California Academy of Sciences, as well as Strybing Botanical Garden, Stow Lake Boathouse and the Japanese Tea Garden. Walking east, i...

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