233 Page St, Hayes Valley, San Francisco


Classic Charm with Comfortable, Modern Amenities


2 Bedroom, 1Bath, 1Parking


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Sophisticated Hayes Valley Condominium

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath, 1 Car Parking and Private Deck
 


Beautiful large, light filled, top floor, 2 bedroom condo in prime Hayes Valley. This open floor plan seamlessly combines classic charm with comfortable, modern amenities. Natural light, beautiful wood floors and soaring ceilings are punctuated by two skylights. Large dinning/ kitchen area with stainless steel appliances, washer/dryer, new windows and serene walk-out patio. Dozens of elite trendy restaurants like Absinthe, Monsieur Benjamin and Suppenküche to name a few, are close by as well as one of the hippest shopping district in San Francisco. 2 blocks from the 101 makes a trip to the South Bay a snap. Also in close proximity are parks, open spaces and Muni lines. Amazing location with a 100 Transit Score and 95 Walk Score! 1 Year paid, leased parking included. HOA cost is $325 per month and includes Water, Garbage and Common area electricity.  
2019 City Traffic Project for Page Street: 
 https://www.sfmta.com/projects/page-street-neighborway
 

Floor Plans


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About Lower Haight & Hayes Valley


Lower Haight, Referred to as "Pine Valley" in the 70s because of all the pine trees, the Lower Haight lies generally along Haight Street east of Divisadero Street, and between Oak Street (or Fell Street) on the north, and Duboce Avenue (or Waller Street) on south. The eastern boundary is variously placed at Webster Street, Laguna Street, or even Market Street. It is east of the more famous Haight-Ashbury, which is also known as the Upper Haight. The name derives from the significant elevation change as Haight Street climbs steeply from Scott Street to Buena Vista Park.The area straddles a shallow valley between Mint Hill and Upper Haight, sloping down from Oak Street (north) toward Duboce (south). Duboce Park, toward the corner of Duboce and Scott, is a grassy park containing a children’s playground, dog park, and the Harvey Milk Recreational Arts Building.Adjacent neighborhoods include the Western Addition/Alamo Square to the north; Duboce Triangle to the south; Hayes Valley to the east; and the Upper Haight to the west.

The San Francisco Association of Realtors defines the area more narrowly as the "Haight-Fillmore" neighborhood, bounded by Steiner Street on the west, Webster Street on the east, Fell Street on the north, and Waller Street on the south. In 2015, many real estate listings inaccurately called the Lower Haight "Hayes Valley" but no part of Haight Street is part of Hayes Valley. The Association considers the neighborhood to be a subset of the Hayes Valley.

Hayes Valley is an affluent neighborhood in the Western Addition district of San Francisco, California. It is located between the historical districts of Alamo Square and the Civic Center. Victorian, Queen Anne, and Edwardian townhouses are mixed with high-end boutiques, restaurants, and public housing complexes.

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Schedule


Brokers Tour  Tuesday    1/23, 11am – 1pm
Twilight Tour   Thursday  1/25,   6pm – 7pm
Open House   Saturday  1/27,   1pm – 3pm
Open House   Sunday    1/28,    2pm – 4pm
Brokers Tour   Tuesday   1/30,  11:30 – 1pm
Easy to show by appointment call Heidi Howell 415.867.7948
Offers due on 2/1 @ 10am on SF purchase contract


Contact

Heidi Howell
GPK Real Estate


CalBRE# 01702371

Heidi Howell
(415) 867-7948
heidi@gpk-sf.com

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