Presented by Jane Mermelstein & Rita Roti

$749,000

Deluxe Condo, and the Living is Easy!

Rarely does a loft check all of the boxes. This one does! Great location, well-designed, wonderful light, luxury finishes and outdoor space. All together, this lovely condo has everything you want to be right at home. 

Renovated in 2018, this loft has a contemporary kitchen and bathrooms and warm, wide-plank wood floors. The kitchen has dark custom cabinets, glass tile backsplash and lots of counter space. Elegant light fixtures grace the peninsula which has a seating area and highly functional drawers. Samsung and Bosch appliances will elevate your cooking experience. 

The open floor plan is perfect for entertaining and has plenty of room for living and dining. Featuring great lighting plus plenty of natural light from the deck and courtyard beyond, this loft just feels good.  A recently remodeled full bathroom with lighted mirrors and shower over tub and a laundry and storage room complete this level. 

Up the wide staircase is a large loft, complete with a custom closet, office area, renovated bathroom and plenty of room for your bed! The recently remodeled bathroom has excellent storage and quality finishes. The massive closet has drawers, shelves and room for hanging items—well thought out! A large desk with built-in drawers and shelves creates an efficient work space. One car parking plus a storage closet are located in the garage. Low HOA dues of $554.30.

Close to CalTrain, South Park, South Beach, the BallPark, the Embarcadero, Mission Bay,  groceries, restaurants and bars, this deluxe home offers a great way to experience the city. 

Enjoy San Francisco and come home to a truly wonderful, thoughtfully renovated loft condo.

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695 5th St #6, San Francisco, CA 94107

Soma; South Beach & Mission Bay Adjacent!

The South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood is an industrial and urban area filled with converted warehouses, art galleries, bookstores, trendy bars, chic furniture showrooms, and some of San Francisco’s most celebrated restaurant and nightclub destinations. Also within its borders you will find some of the city’s only big box chain stores who have taken advantage of the topography.

Historically an area created on the “wrong side” of the Market Street cable car track, full of factories and Gold Rush immigrant workers, it evolved into one of the most well-known areas in the 1990s: dot-com boom central. Since the sizzle cooled, many businesses associated with the boom have closed, but new tech companies have not been deterred from moving in. 

The SOMA neighborhood is known for gripping energy, sunny micro-climate, trendy nightlife, incredible food, walking access to all that San Francisco has to offer, while being nestled in the center of the thriving tech industry.

At 695 5th Street, you are oh so close to both Mission Bay and  South Beach.

South Beach was once an industrial shipping area full of warehouses and docks, but has evolved into one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods for both entertainment and living.

This hip, upscale neighborhood is home to dozens of epicurean options, small boutiques and luxury storefronts, entertainment options, and nightlife. Like many other transformed San Francisco neighborhoods, South Beach has emerged as a leader and as a destination.

With some of the best weather in the city, this waterfront neighborhood boasts all the sunny day activities imaginable. South Park offers cafes and outdoor space to enjoy.   At the southern edge of the South Beach neighborhood is Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.  The Embarcadero is nearby and attracts joggers, cyclists, and walkers who enjoy the optimum outdoor experience and stunning Bay Bridge views.  

In Mission Bay, you have access to more shopping and dining options, plus some great places to go for a bike ride, a walk or run.  You could also go and try stand up paddle boarding at Crane Cove Park.  Less than a mile away is the Chase Center for Warriors games and concerts.

The neighborhood is filled with some of the city’s most renowned restaurants, bars, and nightclubs that attract people from around the Bay Area. Homes come in a variety of property styles including a large amount of condominiums and lofts, with an interesting mix of trendy new loft/condo developments and historic loft conversions.

 


Jane Mermelstein

415.608.8461

Lic. #1343171

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Rita Roti

415.307.7353

Lic. #1430699