Presented by Isabelle Grotte
Well-situated in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in San Francisco, this bright top floor Edwardian condo has been gorgeously updated and is move-in ready. The bright two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom flat features a well-designed layout with sizable bedrooms, an updated kitchen with a Bertazzoni Pro range and a bright open living/dining space. The home includes a one-car assigned parking spot in a shared garage, a beautifully landscaped fenced backyard and plenty of storage. The recently renovated building includes new paint, windows and doors throughout all units as well as electrical upgrades, a new roof, and brand new furnaces and water heaters.
This amazing urban location boasts an unparalleled 100 Transit Score and a 97 Walk Score. The prime Hayes Valley setting blends old-fashioned charm with the buzz of a vibrant neighborhood with a mix of destination dining, trendy fashion boutiques, and high-end interior-decorating shops, all in a classic San Francisco style.
- Bright top floor condo
- Open floor plan LR/DR/Kitchen
- Chef's kitchen w/ high-end appliances
- 2 large bedrooms
- Updated split bath
- Shared yard
- 1-car parking
- Updated building: roof, new exterior paint, furnaces, w/h & electrical
- HOA dues $351.66 for 3 occupants
- Walkscore 97
567 Page St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Hayes Valley blends old-fashioned charm with the buzz of an up-and-coming vibrant neighborhood. Transformed from its prior reputation as the seedy neighbor of its trendier surrounding districts, it has successfully bloomed as a corridor filled with a diverse population, upscale retailers, and prominent restaurants.
The residential properties in Hayes Valley offer dwellings for every style of life. Victorian, Queen Anne and Edwardian townhomes are prevalent while new developments have been abundantly building skyward and attracting young professionals to the flourishing district.
Hayes Valley is a perfect example of a community and neighborhood motivated by a devastating and destructive event. It is from the ashes of the 1989 earthquake that Hayes Valley began to take its current form. When the Central Freeway collapsed within its borders, the city’s decision not to rebuild it became an opportunity for the region to build up a commercial and residential hot spot free from the noisy and pollutant backdrop of the freeway.
Trendy fashion boutiques, hip art galleries, high-end interior-decorating shops, destination restaurants, and hopping nightspots have taken up permanent residence where fallen buildings and businesses once stood. Unique for a big city, this fast-growing upscale neighborhood continues to radiate a nonexclusive vibe welcoming all San Franciscans to enjoy the fruits of its success.
With old-school small businesses revived, luxury developments taking rise, and new establishments putting down roots, Hayes Valley is high on the list as one of the most desirable neighborhoods to reside in San Francisco.