• $969,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 733 SqFt
  • MLS# 468908

Bright and charming 2br/1ba condo with excellent location one block from Divisadero corridor, Alta Plaza Park and walking distance to Fillmore Street. Features Edwardian details, remodeled kitchen w/ granite countertops, bay windows w/ built-in bench, and hardwood floors throughout. Legal two bedrooms gives flexibility with floor plan. Includes large deeded storage area & common patio w/ barbecue. Low HOA dues and seismic upgrades completed in 2017.


  • 733 Square feet
  • Mahogany hardwood floors
  • Remodeled kitchen with cherry wood cabinets and granite countertops
  • Period detailing 
  • Glass French doors separating living and dining / 2nd bedroom area
  • Bay windows with built-in bench 
  • Two chandeliers 
  • Bedroom with multiple closets 
  • Bath with shower over tub and built-in cabinetry 
  • Bay Alarm system installed in unit
  • Separate deeded storage unit 
  • Legal 2 bedroom per tax records


  • Seismic upgrades completed in 2017
  • Pets allowed per CC&Rs
  • Washer/dryer in garage 
  • Common outdoor patio w/ barbecue 
  • Rotational parking 
  • Intercom entry system
  • Built in 1915
  • 14 unit building 
  • Well-managed building & HOA
  • HOA: $350/month 
  • A+ location near Divisadero corridor, Alta Plaza Park & Fillmore Street


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