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Eureka Valley Panoramic View Penthouse
This remodeled four bedroom, two bath spacious residence enjoys sweeping unobstructed views of Downtown and the Bay. It is located in a five unit contemporary building on a hidden cul-de-sac adjacent Kite Hill open space walking trails.
The entry foyer leads to the open great room with fireplace or to the adjacent eat-in modern kitchen. The east side of the flat features floor to ceiling glass sliders framing the stunning panorama from the living, dining and kitchen areas and opening out to a large deck spanning the full width of the flat.
On the west wing are two guest bedrooms and full bath which includes a separate tub and shower. The main suite includes a separate office/bedroom. The primary bath has skylight over the walk-in spa shower. Lots of closets and storage.
Exclusive use areas include roof rights, a private one car garage with automatic door and a lower level storage room.
Ideally situated close to 24th Street shopping and the Castro, it is tucked away up the hill and around the bend. Easy access downtown by public transportation or car and quick freeway commute to the peninsula, east bay or international airport.
Eureka Valley and Noe Valley are adjacent neighborhoods in the upper Market Street area and feature some of the sunniest microclimates in the City.
Eureka includes world-renowned Castro Street, with its specialty shops and entertainment venues, hillside homes and flats... while Noe has a small town feel with an abundance of restored Victorian homes and local services including a public square for farmer's market and gatherings.
Both neighborhoods offer a variety of restaurants serving American food, Californa cusine or international fare, sit down inside, al fresco or take out. Enjoy coffee shops, book stores, libraries, schools and very good public transportation to downtown or other communities.
The hillsides of these quarters offer stunning views that sweep from downtown to the east and south bay or beyond. Scattered miniature street gardens tended by volunteers, parks and open spaces, such as Douglass Playground or Kite Hill, offer opportunities for green activities, playtime and nature walks. Despite the ups and downs, these communities are relatively bike friendly as well.
Both locales offer some of the most comfortable and convenient city living in San Francisco for residents and visitors alike.