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Modern luxury in a Daniel Solomon designed corner townhome on a tree lined block in Pacific Heights with City skyline views. Ideally bordering Presidio Heights and a short distance to Fillmore Street and the amenities both neighborhoods offer. Living room with wood burning fireplace, spacious dining room, remodeled chef's kitchen with quartz counters and Miele stainless steel appliances. Bamboo floors complete this level. The second level offers a oversized primary bedroom, with walk in closet, and ensuite marbled bathroom with large shower stall. A second ensuite bedroom with a remodeled tile bathroom and partial downtown views. This level is carpeted. There is postential for a roof deck subject to City and HOA approval. This unit has a large private garage with laundry facilities and abundant storage. The complex has a common greenbelt area. HOA dues are $707.39 per month.
Built 1979 by Daniel Soloman
2 level town home
2 bedrooms and 2 baths
Remodeled Kitchen with Miele appliances
Bamboo floors and carpeting
Potential for a roof deck subject to City and HOA approval
Common area greenbelt
Private garage with laundry and storage
Aprrox 1272 per tax records
HOA $707.39 per month
Sunday Oct. 16 th, 2-4 PM
Tuesday Oct. 18 10:00-Noon
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Nearby Julius Kahn playground makes for extensive romping for boys and girls. Plentiful choices in neighborhood schools helps to add a certain ease when it comes to raising a family here. Some of the best schools in California, placing local students in the top tiers of competitive education, call Pacific Heights home.
Pacific Heights offers homes for sale that are some of the most pristine properties in San Francisco. Many of the older homes are complete with front and back yards, and offer stately 2 storey living quarters that are unequaled in elegance. Known primarily as a residential neighborhood, there are plentiful shopping opportunities to be found in the adjacent Laurel Heights district.
This part of town is known for its ecumenical viewpoint. The Jewish synagogue Temple Emanuel sits just around the corner from the Little Sisters of the Poor on Lake Street. The Jewish Community Center, further down California Street, welcomes all to its top-notch health facility and nightly performance series of dance, music, and theater. Loads of ethnic and local fare can be found along the sidewalks as well. High end restaurants fill Sacramento Street along with the techno ambiance of upscale bars and clubs. Pacific Heights hits all the high notes when it comes to livability.