SOLD - HOMEOWNER SAVED $14,625
Chic one bedroom, two bath penthouse loft in an active Media Gulch location steps from world class restaurants, public transportation, and tech shuttle stops built in 2001.
This loft has a large open split floor plan main level, gourmet kitchen, with a wall of windows living room with private terrace.
The upper-level master bedroom suite includes a designer bathroom, walk-in closet, and catwalk leading to the large private terrace with sweeping city and downtown views.
Striking 2-level penthouse live and work loft with huge deeded deck and panoramic views
Newly refinished concrete floors on the main level, designer lighting with dimmer switches, custom glass railings Split level open plan main floor with floor to ceiling windows opening to a lanai.
Stainless Steel appliances include range, refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave oven
Large upper level views bedroom with hardwood floors
Catwalk from the bedroom leads to large sliding glass doors opening to the private deeded roof-top patio with sweeping views of Buena Vista Park and Potrero Hill to downtown.
In-unit laundry with new full-size front-load washer and dryer
Common landscaped sundeck with barbecue facilities
Deeded parking in securely closed garage with interior access to elevator and hallways
Fantastic location convenient to excellent restaurants, cafes, and popular bars and clubs.
Walk to Potrero Center, convenient to Whole Foods. Excellent MUNI service and close to Highways 101 and 280
If you like city living and true diversity, the Inner Mission is certainly worth a look, offering a unique variety of both cultures and property types.
Single family homes from the Victorian era through the 1940s are in abundance, as are multi-unit buildings and condos. Many buildings left from the Mission's industrial peak are now enviable loft residences. The Mission enjoys some of the best weather in the city, frequently bathed in sunshine while the rest of the city is shrugging off fog.
People of all ages, backgrounds and ethnicities call the neighborhood home. There are dining and entertainment destinations for every budget and taste. Mission Street has a collection of shops reflective of the area's diversity. 24th Street between Potrero Avenue and Mission is a vibrant retail area with many Hispanic bakeries and restaurants, newer hipster hot spots, and services for urban living, like hardware stores and dry cleaning.
The Valencia corridor is known for its innovative restaurants and eclectic shops. In the evening, people come from all over the city to enjoy the neighborhood's offerings. The Mission boasts culinary delights from around the world. Take in a show at one of the independent theaters, see a movie or live band, socialize over high end cocktails or grab a beer at one of the local dives.
This is one of the city's most walkable and bike-able neighborhoods; its centrality eases transit for commuters, whether you rely on public transit or travel by car. Laid back, artsy, Latin, active and with a bit of a rebellious streak, the Mission has something for everyone.