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Top floor unit with a private roof deck which has views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Pacific Heights. Fabulous renovation of this classic 1936 built home on a wide lot. Interior finishes were designed by Amy Weaver Design. Incredibly spacious rooms with lots of natural light. Large living room with crown molding, fireplace and an open floorpan to a spectacular kitchen with casual eating bar. Formal dining room with wine bar. Enjoy the flat 1/2 block walk to the Palace of Fine Arts and 2 1/2 blocks to the Marina Greens. Chestnut shops and restaurants are very close.
- Originally constructed in 1936 per tax records
- Renovated 2022
- 3 Bedrooms and 2 full baths
- Living area 2,158 Square feet per architect
- Lot size 4,128 sq. ft. per tax records
- 1 Parking space in a side by side garage
- Exclusive use roof deck
- Exterior front, back, and interior painted in 2022
- Hardwood floors throughout the residence main floor.
- Gas forced air central heating - new 2022
- Lutron Radio RA2 smart light system
- New Marvin Elevate series windows (except original living and dining room)
- New Sewer Lateral 2022
With close proximity to the beach, spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge, and convenient access to shopping and dining, it’s easy to see why the Marina District is considered to be one of San Francisco’s Best Places to Live.If you want to bump elbows with bros and socialites alike, Marina is the place for you.
Located approximately three miles north of Downtown San Francisco, the Marina is where affluence and history combine to create a truly unique neighborhood. You will find a variety of beautiful homes and condos in the Marina District, including Mediterranean-style villas and upgraded row houses with their own ground-floor garages.
The Marina District is in an ideal location for those who love the ocean, but still want to live near the heart of San Francisco. Residents of the Marina District are just a 20-minute bus ride from the Financial District, and less than a 40-minute bus ride from Google headquarters. The base of the Golden Gate Bridge is less than a mile from the Marina District, and the Palace of Fine Arts, one of the Marina’s most historic landmarks and an architectural marvel, is just a few blocks away.
If you love the outdoors, the Marina District is within a few blocks of Crissy Fields, a lush greenscape that is perfect for variety of activities. The beach provides majestic views of the ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge, and is ideal for kitesurfing, kite flying, running, or just laying back and soaking in the sun.
Residents of the Marina District can take care of just about everything they need within a few blocks of their doorstep. The Safeway located on the corner of Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street makes it easy to keep your refrigerator and pantry full, and the nearby U.S. Post Office will help you with any package and mailing needs. Anytime you need a new iPhone or Apple Watch, the Apple store on Chestnut Street will ensure you always have convenient access to the latest technology.