One of the reasons people want to live in San Francisco is to be near its collection of popular, interesting retail districts that offer a diverse array of restaurants, shops, and services. I thought I’d round up a few newly listed homes that are near some of our best retail corridors in popular, walkable neighborhoods.
Here’s the lineup:
156 Guerrero #101
2BR/1.5BA condo, 1 pkg
One block from Valencia Street in the Mission, 156 Guerrero is a townhouse-style condo with parking and a private roof deck. This is an eighties building, so it doesn’t have that period detail charm—but it has an extremely functional floor plan. Fall out the door and have every hot Mission restaurant at your disposal.
1141 Church Street
2BR/2BA house, 1 pkg
This home with bonus rooms downstairs and a landscaped yard is one block from Noe Valley’s popular 24th Street. 1141 Church has views and what amounts to an unwarranted unit on that lower level. The main floor clocks in at 1400 square feet, but the house feels larger when you include the bonus rooms.
1237 Chestnut #5
2BR/1BA condo, no parking
1237 Chestnut has easy access to two popular retail areas—Russian Hill’s Polk Street, and of course, Chestnut Street itself. The top-floor unit is considered to be a two bedroom if you don’t use what would be the second bedroom for a dining room. There are nice period details throughout, in-unit laundry and deeded storage in the garage.
1BR/1BA condo, 1 pkg
Both Union and Chestnut Streets are easily accessible from 1649 Greenwich, an adorable penthouse unit in a 1900s-era building. There are Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands views from the living room (the window in that peak on the roof), and you also get a private roof deck. Open floor plan and 15-foot ceilings, too, along with a private garage and storage.
Give me a shout if you’d like to schedule a showing to see any of these properties. I’m at 415.823.4656 | firstname.lastname@example.org!