Esprit Park Complex 875 Indiana Unit #222
Welcome to this sophisticated and stylish 1BD/1.5BA unit in the coveted Esprit Park Complex. The open floor plan living room and dining area features walnut wood floors, a custom lit wood alcove ceiling, and a private balcony that overlooks the South Courtyard serene fountain and reflecting pool. The spacious Master Suite has high-end wool carpets and dressing area, three custom closets and large window that overlooks the south courtyard. The cook’s kitchen is equipped with: a Bertazzoni gas range, Liebherr refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, granite counters, maple cabinetry and custom shelves. With an additional half bath, in-unit Bosch laundry, assigned parking, a garage storage closet, and building amenities that include on-site management, gym, media room and bike parking this home is complete.
This home is special and uniquely comfortable because it is a second-floor, end-unit, located at the South end of the complex. Access and traffic patterns to other homes and other buildings within the complex are from the ground, third and fifth floors. The Homeowner fondly reminiscing muses, “It can be weeks, even months before anyone even passes in front of our door. It feels more like a home than the higher floor condos, because of the trees in the courtyard directly out the windows. With the serene bamboo garden on the entry side, it has the feel of a treehouse with greenery and dappled light in both directions. It is lovely to see the bamboo moving in the wind, and you can always know how windy it is without even stepping outside.
Another benefit of the second floor is the quick and easy access to both Indiana and Minnesota Streets. It’s one flight of stairs or a short elevator ride to Indiana and one set of stairs up to Minnesota Street. Unlike other condos in other complexes, the entry corridor is outdoors, (most are an interior hallway like a hotel) with the doors or windows open on both sides, one gets that great San Francisco natural air conditioning. We sleep with windows open every night for that nice breeze.
Perhaps our favorite feature is the heated floors that are throughout, we enjoy the even heating from floor to ceiling. Warming your feet, it is most noticeable in the Master Bath because of the ceramic tile flooring. Interestingly enough in winter, you can leave a door open for fresh air, yet the home feels warm evenly throughout.”
Esprit Park is located in the trendy Dogpatch neighborhood, home to great local restaurants, and which provides easy access to the 3rdSt. Muni, 280 FWY, Cal Train, Zipcars, sports and concert events.
– Master Suite
– Powder room
– Stainless steel appliances
– Designer lighting upgrades
– Stacked stone feature entryway
– Elfa shelving in coat and main closets
– In-unit LG washer & dryer
– Private balcony
– Additional on-site storage
– One car assigned garage parking
– HOA Dues Approx: $498
The Dogpatch Neighborhood
Dogpatch is fast becoming one of the hippest places to live in San Francisco and was recently voted San Francisco’s best 2017 neighborhood by Curbed, a national real estate blog. Additionally, The New York Times recently wrote up Dog patch as “America’s Next Great Art Neighborhood”. Apart from the stunning art galleries and creative makers studios, what makes this little neighborhood tick is an amazing list of features. Residents enjoy gourmet eats, a community bursting with creativity and some of the city’s best weather. Tennessee Street offers residents a wide selection of upscale dining such as Serpentine, Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous, and Smokestack at Magnolia Brewing Company, just to name a few. While the neighborhood has always been home to artists and warehouse space, the Dogpatch Arts Plaza truly embodies the neighborhood, serving as an event space for concerts, craft workshops and impromptu jam sessions.
Dogpatch’s South East location makes it one of the warmer micro-climates of the city and many residents enjoy using the Bay Trail bike path along Illinois Street. The neighborhood is a commuter’s paradise as it offers immediate access to Highway 101, 280, the airport and the Financial District. Within close distance to AT&T park and new Golden State Warriors stadium, sporting games will be an easy stroll away. The new extension of the MUNI T Line will connect to the 3rd Street line allowing commuters to connect with the 3rd Street Cal Trans station or continue underground to stops along Market Street. The development of Pier 70 will triple Dogpatch’s footprint while renovating historic brick buildings, creating public waterfront open space, and provide new housing and commercial developments. It’s easy to see why Dogpatch is such a hip neighborhood