Welcome to 412 Bosworth St. #A
Perfectly situated where Bernal Heights meets Glen Park, this spectacular townhome possesses a modern, elegant sophistication for the best of San Francisco living. Two-levels of living space with designer finishes and lighting offer a grand scale house-like experience in this newer construction condominium, built in 2011.
The main level offers a formal living room with gas fireplace, gorgeous hardwood floors leading to a chef’s kitchen, formal dining room, and entertaining area with just the perfect gallery wall division. One large en-suite bedroom, half bathroom and direct access to the private garden complete this level.
The upper level offers four bedrooms, including two-serene master en-suites with dual vanity bathrooms and a laundry room. One bedroom has a private entrance through a separate stairway from the garage. With two-car tandem deeded parking for this unit, a patio and backyard, this home is complete.
- Newer construction built in 2011
- Five-bedrooms, two-master suites
- Four-and-a-half bathrooms
- Formal living room with gas fireplace
- Open-plan living, dining, and kitchen with a gallery wall for just the right separation
- Chef’s kitchen: large island, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances
- Zen-like garden perfect for outdoor living
- Two-car tandem parking for this unit
- Abundant storage
- HOA $330
One of the best things about Bernal Heights is the community feel you get as you walk through. People look you in the eye and say hello as you pass them by, there’s a deep pride around keeping the neighborhood safe, and who can complain about being able to choose from five different types of ethnic foods within a three-block radius?
Bernal Heights and Holly Park, are beloved places for dog walkers. At the foot of Bernal Heights, Precita Park offers a playground and large expanse of mown grass for families with young children to romp around. Bounded by Mission Street to the west, Cesar Chavez Street to the north, Bayshore and Highway 280 to the east, Crescent Avenue to the south, this special neighborhood is located just south of the Mission District. The neighborhood is accessed by numerous Muni bus lines, and a BART station at 24th and Mission is within walking distance from some portions of the neighborhood.
The retail center of Bernal Heights can be found along Cortland Street. Small, funky, one-of-a-kind boutiques, bookstores, and gift shops are interspersed with ethnic restaurants that range from French to Nepalese to Salvadoran. Local bars include neighborhood favorite El Rio, which hosts live music, Wild Side West and its fireplace, and the down-home The Lucky Horseshoe.
If you’ve never been to Bernal Hill, you’re just plain crazy as it offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the entire city, including the Golden Gate Bridge, downtown, San Bruno Mountain, and the East Bay. Here you’ll meet the sun even when Twin Peaks is covered in fog. Streets and paths from all sides of Bernal Heights lead to this urban oasis, and although the hike up can feel treacherous at times, the gift you get at the top is worth it. It’s a great spot to get romantic, athletic, or meditative, especially on those afternoons when you want to escape the city without having to drive an hour north.
“Centered by a commercial area near the intersection of Diamond and Bosworth Streets, Glen Park has about one of each thing that a neighborhood might ask for. From a walking standpoint, it is slightly more isolated than some of the central neighborhoods – hills and blocks of residences separate it from Noe Valley to the north and Bernal Heightsto the east. Both Muni and BART pass directly through, bridging the gap. Glen Canyon Park is a 70-acre city park featuring a deep natural canyon with walking paths leading up into Diamond Heights, and recreational facilities at its southern entrance.”
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