Presented by Lucinda Otto
Beautiful Victorian Condo
Huge 3 bedroom updated condo filled with original detail. Full size bedrooms, formal living room, family room/formal dining room, additional eating area off kitchen opening to small private deck. One full & additional half bath, plus dedicated laundry room. Large closets & private storage room. Leased parking in a private garage two blocks away. Close to transit, Alamo Square, & all of the fantastic & fun amenities of Divisadero. Over 1,400 sq. ft. (per floor plan) of classic San Francisco beauty, inside & out.
- Dining area and deck off kitchen
- Beautiful original details including high ceilings, built in cabinetry and trim work
- Two decorative fireplaces
- Large storage room in basement
- Hip location near Divisadero corridor
- Short stroll to Alamo Square
- Leased parking in private garage
- Low HOA fees of $200 per month
- Classic and freshly painted building facade
1781 Turk St, San Francisco, CA 94115
The Alamo Square neighborhood boasts the distinction of being a local favorite as well as one of the most visited tourist attractions. Snuggled in between the Western Addition, Hayes Valley, and North Panhandle neighborhoods, this residential and booming commercial district is full of hip nightclubs, celebrated restaurants, and some of the finest options in gourmet grocery shopping.
The neighborhood is the proud home one of the most recognized San Francisco postcard views: the iconic Painted Ladies, a.k.a. Postcard Road. The term “Painted Ladies” has come to refer to all Victorian and Edwardian era buildings painted in three or more colors to enhance their architectural details.
The tree-lined residential streets are populated with a diverse mix of residents from longtime homeowners and families to young professionals and students. The area is highly connected to the city’s public transportation system, and offers easy access to freeways and direct lines to downtown.
While the park is the neighborhood’s focal point, the food is a major attraction. The district’s surge in foot traffic is in part a result of the local food-oriented powerhouses that have put roots down in the neighborhood. On Divisadero you can find Nopa, a restaurant boasting locally-sourced urban rustic cuisine and – just next door – gourmet grocer Bi-Rite Market, both renowned for big crowds that spill onto the sidewalks during peak hours.
Alamo Square is a perfectly balanced neighborhood of residential options, shared green space and a healthy dose of boutique shopping, quirky cafes, destination nightclubs and music venues, and notable restaurants.