25 Sierra E306 San Francisco
Listed at $995,000
Square Feet: 1,048
Potrero Heights | Sierra Sights
Gorgeous and sunny top floor condo located at the coveted Sierra Heights. With a house-like two story floorplan and super high ceilings on the main level, this home has all of the features to make you feel right at home. Upon entering the main hallway, you will be drawn forward across the new wide-plank oak hardwood floors to the expansive living area, with floor to ceiling windows, over-sized skylights and an enchanting deck to take in the views and fresh air. The main living are features a modern gas fireplace and enough room to comfortably dine and relax in, while the open plan remodelled kitchen offers large-veined marblized quartz, brand new stainless steel kitchens, amble cabinets brushed out in "Bonsai Trunk" with matte black hardware. Quite a stunning design feature the grounds the living space in urban modernity. Included on the main level is a large second bedroom, spacious guest bathroom, and washer/dryer closet. Taking the stairs up to the upper level offer will lead you into a spacious flex space, perfecrt for a home-office, den or even work-out area -- with stunning views towards the water and east bay hills. If the sun gets too bright, the motarized shades will offer shade when you need it the most. Also located on this private level is the main bedroom suite -- offering a huge bedroom, douible closets and adjoining bathroom with recent updates and upgrades.
With 71 condos located in Sierra Heights, your privacy will be protected while also having a friendly neighbor or two. Perfectly located a few short blocks from the 22nd St CalTrain station and convenient to both 280/101 & downtown. Close to trendy Dogpatch; restaurants, bars, chocolatiers, ice creameries and butchers along 22nd and 3rd Streets and of course the new Crane Cove Park in the center of Mission Bay's expansive amenities, stadiums, restaurants and outdoor spaces.
IN THE KNOW!
Here some tid-bits about what the Sellers have loved about...
- Amazing light!
- Views & den space are the highlight of the home.
- Split floor living space creates privacy on each level and multi-use living.
- Architectural layout optimizes sound insulation.
Sierra Heights Community:
- Easy going and respectful neighbors
- 1 or 2 times / year community events - Halloween/ get-together/happy hour in court yard
- Family and Pet Friendly
- Common Areas well maintained and enjoyed by all (courtyard)
- Communal BBQ just approved - installation date TBD, but coming soon
- Daily onsite maintenance
- Secure Mail room - packages sorted daily
- Management Company has an App for logging maintenance requests
- HOA meetings and times are communicated well and accessible to everyone
- Weekly communications from Management company - keeps everyone in the loop
- Used battery recycling program
- Laundry Lockers
- Bike storage facilities - refer to condo bylaws for application process
- Motorcycle parking rental available 35$/month
- Best weather in the city - fog rolls in last, most sunshine and higher temperatures than any other neighborhood in SF
- Walking distance to Crane Cove part, with new beach to enjoy - Bocci court, park, bbqs, launching pad for water toys (paddle boards, kayaks, etc..)
- Home of Dogpatch Paddleboard Club
- Walking distance to Chase center.
- Great spots to go roller skating, running and bicycling around (along waterfront to embarcadero etc..)
- Walking distance (under 10 minutes) Great local hang outs:
- Stazione - quaint Italian coffee spot next to caltrain
- Neighbor Bake House
- Daily Driver Begels (wow)
- Just for You
- Parker Potrero
- The Ramp
- Bobba tea
- Mrs. Miscellaneous Ice Cream
- Moshi Moshi
- Piccino - Amazing Italian
- Kin Khao Dogpatch
- Marcella's Lasagnaria
- Chez Maman
- Goat Hill Pizza
- Longbridge Pizze
- School Night
- Mission Rock Resort
- Hard Knox
- Po'Boys Kitchen
- Sunflower Vietnamese Restaurant
- Bars/Happy Hour:
- Magnolia Brewery with food
- Dogpatch Saloon
- 3rd Rail
- Harmonic Brewery
- Anchor Brewery Outdoor Beergarden
- Ruby Wines
- SF Winehouse
- Dogpatch Paddle - https://dogpatchpaddle.com
- 3rd street boxing
- Dogpatch Boulders (rock climbing)
- Minnesota Street Project - http://minnesotastreetproject.com/
- Museum of Craft & Design
- Clayroom - https://www.clayroomsf.com/
- Bocce - prospect part, crane cove park
- Jackson Playground, Potrero Rec Center (Basketball, Baseball, Tennis courts)
- Ace Hardware on 3rd
- Mainstay on 22nd
- Olivier's Butcher on Illinois
- La Fromagerie on 3rd
- All States
- Wholefoods - 5 minutes drive
- TJs, Guss's , Costco, Rainbow, H Mart, Safeway - less than 10 minute drive
- 1,048sf (per tax records)
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Top Floor
- Eastern Water Views
- Hardwood Floors Throughout
- Open Plan Living/Dining Room
- Automated Window Treatements
- View Balcony
- Over-sized Skylights
- Valor Fireplace (with remote)
- Quartz Countertops
- New Matte Black Hardware
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Gas Range
- Custom Spot Lighting
- Refreshed Bathrooms with Quartz Vanity and Skylights
- Walk-in Closet with Built-Ins
- In-unit Washer & Dryer
- Additional Storage Locker
- HOA dues $772.83pm
- 1 Parking (secure, independent, on-site)
- Built in 2006
- Named "Sierra Heights"
- 67 Condo Units
- 4 Commerical Units
- Intercom System
- On-site Package Storage
- Resident's Outdoor Courtyard
- The Sierra Texas Association
- Professionally Managed
- No litigation
- No anticipated Special Assessments
Potrero Hill is located on the eastern side of the city, east of the Mission District and south of SOMA (South of Market) and the newly designated district Showplace Square. It is bordered by 16th Street to the north, Potrero Avenue and U.S. Route 101 (below 20th Street) to the west and Cesar Chavez Street to the south. The city of San Francisco considers the area below 20th Street between Potrero Ave and Route 101 to be part of Potrero Hill as well, as outlined in the Eastern Neighborhood Plan. The area east of Highway 280 is Dogpatch. Dogpatch was originally part of Potrero Nuevo and its history is closely tied to Potrero Hill. Some consider Dogpatch to be its own neighborhood while others disagree. Dogpatch has its own neighborhood association but shares merchant association, Democratic caucuses, and general neighborhood matters with Potrero Hill.
Potrero Hill is one of the sunniest neighborhoods in San Francisco, located on the eastern side of the peninsula and flanked by the San Francisco Bay. It is insulated from the fog and chill of the Pacific Ocean that is typical on the western side of the city. It is a residential neighborhood and not considered a tourist destination. Although it is not the most walkable neighborhood in San Francisco due to its hills, it is generally considered a very convenient location due to its proximity to offices, shopping, dining, entertainment, freeways and a Caltrain station. Despite being surrounded by busy neighborhoods, and featuring a thriving commercial area on 18th St., Potrero Hill is generally quiet and sleepy. According to Google Earth the highest point is near the intersection of Carolina and 22nd streets at 320 feet above sea level and close to the center of the neighborhood.
Potrero Hill started as a working-class neighborhood in the 1850s. Its central location attracted many working professionals during the dot-com era in the 1990s. Today, it is mostly an upper-middle-class family-oriented neighborhood. In addition to the 101 and 280 Interstate freeways, Caltrain also runs through this area, making it popular with commuters. Many homes in Potrero Hill have views of the downtown skyline, the San Francisco Bay or Twin Peaks. Potrero Hill has a North and a South Slope, with the North Slope generally more coveted due to its proximity to downtown. There is no clear dividing line between North and South as there are hill apexes in various places, so the name refers to the neighborhood, rather than a single hill.
Industry first arrived at Dogpatch in the mid-1850s. The earliest residents were mostly European immigrants. Over time, Dogpatch became more industrialized and many residents moved up the hill to Potrero Hill, turning it into a residential neighborhood. It remained blue-collared and working-class until the mid-1990s when gentrification turned it into a mostly working professional neighborhood, zoned by the San Francisco Planning Department to include light industry and small businesses.
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