479 Texas Street No.1, San Francisco, CA
2BR/2BA Idyllic Potrero Hill Condominium w/Yard!
Welcome to 479 Texas Street No. 1
Idyllic, spacious Potrero Hill condominium in the heart of one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the City! This fabulous full-floor-flat features a primary suite with a sitting area, a spacious second bedroom and bath, and a bright bonus office/dayroom just off the open kitchen/dining/living area. Entertaining is a breeze as the dining area flows into the living room enjoying easy direct access to the fabulous outdoor sitting/dining areas. The wonderful large patio and private backyard, with Eastern views and significant Southern exposure offers plenty of options for BBQs, gardening and play space to explore. This unit features an open floor plan, wood floors, gourmet kitchen with abundant cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, in-unit laundry, low HOA Dues, and two-car-tandem parking for this unit! A perfect home for entertaining friends and family. Known for its sunny weather, hip eateries, bars and trendy shops along 18th Street, Good Life & Whole Foods shopping, near Caltrain and the Dogpatch Neighborhood. Stylish living for those seeking that special urban home with a 95 WalkScore!
Spacious primary suite
Bonus central office/den
Two car tandem parking this unit
Low monthly HOA dues: $400
Living in Potrero Hill feels like keeping a secret. Think of it as Mayberry by the Bay. There are no undiscovered neighborhoods in San Francisco, but residents of the Hill have something special. Perched on the southeast side of the city, with sweeping city views, a perfectly framed downtown skyline, ships on the bay and the blinking lights of Oakland are all part of the show. The neighborhood feels alive during the day despite being mostly residential. There is a steady sidewalk culture of people coming and going. There are just enough amenities, one can walk out the door to buy wine, take the “littles” to a park, or sit at a sidewalk table for lunch. The Hill isn’t one to brag, but the real crookedest drive in San Francisco is Vermont Street, where the Big Wheel Races take place each spring.
San Francisco movie scenes that need a view are usually shot from the Hill. Everything from Steve McQueen’s car chase in Bullitt to street scenes in the latest Godzilla movie to forgettable commercials have been filmed here. The Castro, Cole Valley, Mission, South of Market and Hayes Valley — all bustling and vibrant parts of town —but none of them felt as homey as Potrero Hill.
Excerpt from Sep 24, 2014
Why I Love Living in Potrero Hill – TheBoldItalic.com
By Molly Ditmore