Listed at $399,000 and sold with 5 offers at $435,000!
Terrific Jr. One at 888 7th Street, an elevator building designed by David Baket + Partners. Nice layout with washer & dryer in unit, extra pantry unit in kitchen & closet organizer system. Located at the base of Potrero Hill, you'll be near the Design Center, Showplace Square, Mission Bay. Convenient & close to Mission Creek Park, Soma, the Ball Park & so much more!
Transportation options include nearby Caltrain, buses, bike routes & easy freeway access. Dog friendly building with section of Mission Creek Greenway & Bike trail as open space. Using the trail you'll be visiting the sports courts and Mission Creek park as well as the waterfront promenade.
Potrero Hill is a bastion of sunshine in a city known all-too-well for fog. The commercial strips along 18th and 20th streets imbue the area with a small-town feel. The area was once dubbed Goat Hill, in honor of the lifestock roaming about; and one can still enjoy spectacular downtown views, offering residents a constant reminder that they are indeed in San Francisco. World-class restaurants and bars are tucked into corners along the steep streets, and residents and visitors alike enjoy ample street parking in this less-traveled part of the city. Easy Caltrain and freeway access have made Potrero Hill a popular home base for those who commute to the Pennisula or East Bay; downtown is a hop, skip & jump away. Visitors may mistake Potrero Hill for an industrial or business district, due to its proximity to the San Francisco Design Center and Mission Bay. But in fact, the residential community is a tightly knit one, with strong neighborhood and parents' groups at its core. You can catch that community spirit at the annual Halloween Potrero Hill Pet Parade, or on a daily basis as you join your neighbors for a cup of joe at Farley's. Locals take advantage of Potrero Hill's many hidden secrets, such as the historic Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Anchor Steam Brewery tour, art shows at California College of the Arts, live music at Bottom of the Hill or Thee Parkside and of course, the annual big wheel race down the city's real crookedest street, Vermont Street.
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