785 San Jose #E
Priced at $689,000
Quick Condo Conversion Potential!
Bright top-floor unit in a great location with views of Twin Peaks and Bernal Hill. This classic Mission pad has lots of Victorian detail, including beautiful hardwood parquet floors. The kitchen and living space at the rear of the flat have been completely remodeled with granite counters, stainless steel appliances and an open floor plan, perfect for entertaining. The front living room is bright and comfortable and both bedrooms are sweet & private. There is in-unit laundry, assigned parking, storage, and a shared rear patio. You’ll be a short stroll from Bernal, Noe Valley, Valencia Street, as well as some of the Mission’s most famous restaurants, bars and cafes. Super close to freeways, transit, and tech shuttles. What a great opportunity!
Per Cam Perridge at Sirkin Law - eligible to use "Expedited Conversion Program" at a cost of $8k per unit this year!
Originally built 1908 per tax records
Major building improvements in 2005
Top floor unit
Light & bright
Outlooks to Twin Peaks & Bernal Hill!
Wonderful modern open kitchen/living space
In unit washer/dryer
1 car parking
Shared rear patio
Sq. ft. 850 per appraisal
This sale is for a 1/6 TIC interest in 785 San Jose Avenue with the exclusive use of unit E
Initial survey & city inspections conducted
This neighborhood is dynamic and changing for the better! There are plans for an improved and greener gateway at Valencia and Mission Streets.
Head down to Tiffany Avenue, one of the bike boulevards in the city and stop at Cafe Seventy8 in your building to grab a coffee to start your day. Or visit the Portuguese-inspired Cafe St. Jorge. All your basic services are close by with the post office, a ups store, groceries and Cole Hardware. On Mission Street you can enjoy many eateries, bars, shops and restaurants such as Emmy’s Spagetti Shack, Blue Plate, Pizzahacker Going out for a drink or more? There might be dancing at Roccapulco Salsa Club and El Rio or hang out at Vigil’s Sea Room, Rock Bar, Royal Cuckoo and Iron and Gold. Watch Giants baseball or attend a poetry reading at the 3300 Club. Don’t forget to enjoy a dinner out at Ichi Sushi + NI Bar, The Front Porch or Mi Lindo Peru either!
Here, you're near the wonderful Bernal Heights neighborhood! Head up the hill and start your morning on Cortland Avenue some days. Try Sandbox Bakery for a coffee and croissant or negi-miso pan, or stop by Martha & Bros to see some neighbors, or enjoy the cozy back room or outdoor garden at Progressive Grounds Coffee Shop.
Bernal Heights is diverse, vibrant and ever evolving. The Bernal Heights Neighbor Center works for the neighborhood, offering programs for the young and old along with throwing a great annual party, Fiesta on the Hill! Subscribe to local blog BernalWood to stay up-to-date with local happenings. There’s always the Saturday’s Alemany Farmer’s Market and Sunday’s Flea Market. Get to know your neighbors at Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema Movie Festival, Hillwide Garage Sale and other events.
Enjoy some local parks, gather your picnic from the Good Life Grocery or Safeway and visit some parks starting at Holly Park, next to Good Prospect Community Garden and Esmeralda Slides, finishing the afternoon with a glass of wine at Precita Park Café and perhaps some Mitchel's Ice Cream or Mission Pie?
Beautifully landscaped public stairways make the neighborhood a great place for a morning, afternoon and evening meander.
Bike or walk to the Mission! It's full of fantastic spots to eat, drink and be merry!
And you are close to the outer Church Street area, a sweet little destination just blocks away!
Over the years, Noe Valley has become one of San Francisco's most coveted residential areas. Many of the Victorian and Edwardian homes in the area have been updated for modern living, and the area is very convenient for out-of-town and downtown commuters alike, with easy access to highways and the J-Church Muni Metro line. Twin Peaks rises high above the valley, blocking much of the fog that lingers in the city's Western neighborhoods; frequent sunny days make this a wonderful home for those who love socializing with their neighbors. 24th Street is the heart of the neighborhood, and here you will find friendly faces popping in and out of boutiques, restaurants, charming cafes, salons and a bevy of long-standing small businesses. Throughout San Francisco, this area is known as a popular place for both new parents and dog lovers to congregate - watch out for strollers and dog leashes while window-shopping! The inclusiveness of the neighborhood is bolstered by a number of community events, including a weekly farmers market and October's much looked-forward-to Harvest Festival. Of course, Noe Valley neighbors find reasons to gather every day -- whether at Douglass Park playground, the newly opened recreation center and dog run, or just out in front of one of the many coffee venues.
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