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Located in highly sought-after Jordan Park, this beautiful two-level, house-like condominium offers four bedrooms and three and a half baths. With an elegant private entry, you walk into the home through a lovely foyer that leads to the spacious living room on the left and a formal dining room on the right. The large eat-in kitchen enjoys stainless steel appliances, endless honed marble counters, loads of storage and amazing natural light.
Down the hall, off the foyer, you encounter a space perfect for a home ofice, followed by a powder room, and three light-filled bedrooms - two of which have en suite baths.
The top level is accessed from the foyer and up a small staircase. There you will find a generous-sized bedroom (or primary suite, guest room or family room) and full bathroom. A charming balcony - perfect for outdoor work calls or Zoom classes - looks out on Palm Avenue.
The unit comes with a charming array of details consistent with a home built in 1913, including a wood-burning fireplace, leaded windows, hardwood floors, and classic moulding. There is an impressive amount of storage throughout the unit as well as a deeded storage space that is extremely large. There is an in-unit washer/dryer, deeded parking pad in front of the home and a large shared yard complete with extensive green space.
The location of this home enjoys the very best part of Jordan Park - the Presidio and everything it offers is just a few blocks away, Sunday's Clement Street Farmer's Market is literally around the corner and a few blocks away are some of the best playgrounds in the City including Rossi, Mountain Lake and Laurel Hill. And don't forget Arsicault Bakery on Arguello - voted best bakery in the United States in 2016 - and its daily baked croissants: it's one block away!
This is truly a special home in arguably one of the most special neighborhoods of San Francisco.
Monthly HOA dues: $483 includes insurance, water, garbage, gardener and building maintenance.
Only steps away from the open expanses of the Presidio sits the Laurel Heights/ Jordan Park neighborhood. Impressive hundred-year-old Victorians and Edwardians mix lyrically with bright stucco bungalows, sizable apartment structures, and updated modern residences. Jordan Park/Laurel Heights has become home to many upscale families with young children. Private schools dot the area, including Laurel School and Live Oak. Some of the finest public school education is also available at the Claire Lilienthal Public Elementary School on Sacramento Street. The school boasts a California API over 900. Lined with elegant shops, Sacramento Street in Laurel Heights, is a shopper’s paradise. One quaint storefront after another serves the desires of the stylish passersby. Grab your more regular household needs at the nearby Laurel Village Shopping Center, complete with grocery, hardware, and drug stores. Don’t miss the popular restaurants, cafes, and specialty bakeries in Laurel Heights. Combining purposes as an athletic center and as a local presenter of cultural arts, the Jewish Community Center welcomes all, and is a community hub for the area. Close by is Clement Street that leads all the way to the ocean. The Clement end that anchors in Jordan Park enjoys a weekly Farmer's Market loved by those near and far. Another neighborhood favorite just off Clement is the famous Arsicault bakery, known for its exquisite French pasteries (and recognized by Bon Appetit in 2016 as the best new bakery in the US). Overall, a great neighborhood, with excellent transportation options for easy coming and going.