Welcome to 283 Dorland Unit #101
This fabulous light-filled condo is tucked away on a quiet block, just steps away from Dolores Park, Church Street, and The Castro.
A spacious split-level one bedroom, one bath residence opens with a dramatic entry and soaring 14ft ceilings. The wood-burning fireplace, first-floor garden patio, and abundant storage makes this a rare treat in this desirable San Francisco neighborhood.
Features include an open floor plan with combination living/dining area and French door patio access. The kitchen marble countertop surface extends through a passage to the dining room, a perfect space for the breakfast bar. The gourmet kitchen features dark, cherry wood cabinets, marble slab surfaces and stainless steel appliances, including gas stove and wine-fridge. The dining area window view is of the tranquil private patio, with lemon tree and garden space. The wall of Southern windows allows natural light to illuminate the entire home. Adjacent to the patio doors, the dining area includes a built-in stereo cabinet with Bose speakers. This is an ideal space for those who love to entertain.
The spacious bedroom is located on the upper level has two closets with designer built-in wardrobe and shoe storage. The double entry bathroom can be reached from the bedroom or hall for privacy. Additionally, the upper level includes a large landing with room enough for a desk, a huge laundry room with additional built-in storage cabinetry, and a hallway coat closet.
The garage features one-car parking and additional deeded storage. As a convenience, additional parking spaces in the garage are available for guests.
HOA Dues- $610 Monthly- Covers: Reserves, Water, Building Insurance, Elevator, Common Electricity, Fire Alarm, Garbage, Janitorial, and Professional Management.
Mission Dolores is one of the most-coveted neighborhoods to live in. With a 95 walk score and a 97 Public Transit Score, this fabulous condo is a short walk to many great vibrant neighborhood hot spots. A home with parking nestled in between the Castro and the Mission District can’t be beat! This neighborhood is home to one of the biggest sunny day attractions, Dolores Park, a favorite for those who wish to retreat from the hustle and bustle with friends. The popular hillside spot spans two blocks long and offers visitors a plethora of outdoor activities including one basketball court, a handful of tennis courts and a soccer field. Every summer weekend, hundreds of people flock to the area to enjoy the sun, listen to live music, barbeque with friends, walk their dogs and play a myriad of lawn games. The crowd usually consists of yuppies, neo-hipsters and old psychedelic townies. At the top of the hill, you can see miles of beautiful San Francisco landscape. Dolores Park also hosts a variety of festivals, and outdoor movie nights. During the Fourth of July, the district features a Mime Troupe performance for the whole park to enjoy.
Stroll through the lower section of the Castro from Dolores Park, along 18th Street or the side streets in this area such as Hartford, Noe and Sanchez which are particularly peaceful and pretty. A splendid assortment of eateries awaits your exploration. Castro Street, the Heart of San Francisco’s most vibrant and cohesive community, is saturated with stylish shops and bars. Even on foggy nights, the nightlife in the Castro runs hot and famous gay bars such as Moby Dick, Twin Peaks and Harvey’s overflow. The Castro Theatre is a gorgeous movie house that specializes in independent film, festivals and classics like The Wizard of Oz. Before each show, someone comes out and plays the old organ that was once used to accompany silent films.
Shop your way North to the six-to-eight block stretch of Market Street, the neighborhood brimming with fabulous restaurants and boutiques.
A couple of blocks away, towards the Mission District, further East is Dolores Street corridor, hilly, quiet and beautiful, shaded by palm trees and lined by grand old Victorians. Enjoy easy access to transportation and shuttles to all areas of the city.
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Last Updated: 02/27/2017