Mission Flat Won’t Leave You at Loss for Wacked Ice Cream

I checked out 2741 Harrison on tour last week and really liked it for those buyers looking for a spacious condo in a fairly central part of the Mission. And the best part: You’re about half a block down from adventurous ice cream shop Humphry Slocombe, famous for its bizarre flavors like government cheese, boccalone prosciutto and pink grapefruit tarragon (among many others).

But back to the property. The entire building was purchased as two units for $1,050,000 in 2004, and was subsequently condo converted. The lower 2BR/2BA unit was sold in July 2009 for $725,000 and now the top unit is available. 2741 Harrison is a 3BR/1.5BA flat with large rooms, a remodeled kitchen, a sunroom, and rear stairs that lead to a shared garden. List price is $725,000. There’s no garage, but the BART station is about six blocks away, and two ZipCar stations are nearby on 24th Street. I’d definitely recommend this flat to buyers who want some room, great weather, and close proximity to the shops/restaurants on the 24th Street corridor. Walk Score is 95.

2 responses to “Mission Flat Won’t Leave You at Loss for Wacked Ice Cream”

  1. I represented the Buyers of the lower unit, 2743 Harrison St. last year. My clients are very happy with the property and its location. They are wonderful neighbors for anyone who purchases the upper unit! 🙂

  2. insidesfre says:

    Have your clients tried Government Cheese ice cream? Just kidding. Looks like a really nice building. I wish I had buyers for the upper unit, but my clients need parking. Thanks for the comment!

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