Lisa Wolfe & Susan McBride Present:
Contemporary Presidio Heights Townhouse - $1,295,000
Located in one of San Francisco’s premier neighborhoods, this well designed unit built in 2000 offers sophisticated and comfortable living. Located just one block away from Laurel Village, the JCC and close to the Presidio. This unit is one of 4 units and is situated on the back of the building and is well insulated from California Street.
The main level offers a large master suite with walk-in closet and a spacious spa like master bath that has a double vanity and separate tub and shower. A second bedroom and full bath are also situated on this level. The gourmet kitchen is outfitted with a Bosch dishwasher, gas range, Subzero refrigerator and built in microwave. There is an open living dining area with windows overlooking the shared patio.
The lower level is occupied by a large third bedroom and bathroom. The laundry facilities are located in a closet on this level. The private patio can be accessed from this room.
There are beautiful cherry hardwood floors are in the public areas. The unit has radiant heating throughout. A separate intercom system that allows visitors access to the main building is located on both levels. The unit has been pre-wired for an alarm system.
There is one car parking. In addition to the private patio, the building has a shared common patio. There is an outside management company.
Monthly homeowner’s dues are $548.56
Presidio Heights is Pacific Heights without the pretension. While some of the grandest homes in the city are found in this neighborhood, including the cluster of mansions circled around the gated enclave of Presidio Terrace, Presidio Heights is very much a family-friendly community. On most days you can find families with young kids picnicking in Presidio Park, or romping through the nearby Julius Kahn playground. Preschools in the neighborhood include the Montessori Children's House and the Temple Emanu-El Pre-School. Local elementary School Claire Lillienthal scores in the upper 10% of all California elementary schools.
The older, established homes along the wide, quiet streets of Presidio Heights are mainly 2-story, large, and complete with front and back yards. This is a primarily residential neighborhood, with nearby shopping to be found in the adjoining Laurel district.
This is an ecumenical neighborhood. The stately dome of Temple Emanuel, the Jewish synagogue on Arguello is just around the corner from the Little Sisters of the Poor on Lake Street. Further down California Street the Jewish Community Center welcomes all to its first-rate health club and nightly performance series of dance, music, and theater. Across the street, Ella's, is much loved for its comfort food and weekend brunch. Upscale restaurants clustered on Sacramento Street include Spruce and Sociale. The intimate, oozing with ambiance Laurel Inn, Swank Cocktail and Coffee Club.