North Panhandle Edwardian Condominium
1731 Hayes Street at Central
Built in 1904
Charming two-unit building
Two spacious bedrooms
Large, updated, eat-in kitchen
Updated split bathroom
Washer & dryer
One car garage parking
Deeded room + half-bath on garage level
1,363sqft (per tax records, not verified by agent or seller)
HOA dues $250/month
Located in San Franciscoâ€™s newly-hip North Panhandle neighborhood, 1731 Hayes is the condominium you've been waiting for!
Originally built in 1904, this unit features the details of the early 20th century, with the amenities of today.
On the main floor, you'll find a large living room, formal dining room, open kitchen with Viking range and breakfast bar, two large bedrooms, a split bathroom, and a laundry porch.
Downstairs, you'll find a deeded room with a half bath (may be unwarranted), as well as additional storage and parking.
There is also a very large, shared, south-facing yard that has been meticulously maintained. There is a coffee shop on the corner, as well as immediate access to the 21 Hayes MUNI line.
Condos in two unit buildings are hard to come by, don't miss this one!
Offered at $829,000
Sold for $841,000
The North of Panhandle area, or Nopa, is rapidly becoming one of the city's most in-demand neighborhoods. Situated just north of Golden Gate Park's Panhandle, and abutted by the Divisadero corridor, you'll always feel there's something to do, and within walking distance! Here you'll feel central to everything, with easy freeway access via Fell and Oak streets, several Muni lines at your doorstep, and very easily navigable bicycle routes. And yet, the nearby green spaces embue the entire area with a low key, peaceful air. Services and entertainment are easily accessed, making car-free living a very appealing lifestyle choice. In addition to Divisadero's many trendy cafes, clubs and shops, you can do your grocery shopping at the Lucky Center on Fulton, and hit up Broderick Place for speciality deli goods. Homes near the Panhandle are exceptionally desirable. There are also multi-unit apartment buildings and condos for the investment buyer. It's also a great spot to bike, shoot hoops or just chill out by the bandstand. Young professionals and students, families, and long-time residents fill up Nopa's many Victorian and Edwardian single family homes and multi-unit buildings. There are plenty of opportunities to meet your neighbors, be it at Sunday's Divisadero Farmer's Market or the bi-monthly Divisadero Art Walk. The North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association does a wonderful job of organizing events and keeping everyone informed of neighborhood news. The neighborhood even has its own parents' group.
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