Beautifully renovated two bedroom, two bath residence at Telegraph Landing. This exceptional property features an open living space with high ceilings, custom built-ins, recessed lighting and desirable courtyard exposure. The kitchen has been completely renovated to include a modern open layout, custom cabinetry, caesar stone counters, stainless steel appliances, glass tile backsplash, beautiful frosted glass storage in both the kitchen and large entry closet, double drawer style dishwasher and farm style sink. There are brazilian cherry hardwood floors throughout. The living area opens onto a spacious patio with wonderful sunlight and provides water and electrical access. There is also a step out patio directly off of the master and viewable from the second bedroom. Both the master and second bath have been tastefully updated using the glass tile backsplash as well as limestone. There is a laundry area with stackable washer and dryer and storage. There is additional storage in the building and one car parking.
Telegraph Landing offers amenities including panoramic view common area roof decks, 24 hour doorman, gym, landscaped courtyard, club room and professional property management. Ideally located in the North Waterfront, residents can enjoy a short walk to the embarcadero, Ferry Building, Financial district, great restaurants, neighborhood grocery store, SF Bay Club, and Levi Plaza parks. Convenient to public transportation. Come see all this remarkable property has to offer!
HOA Dues of $1002.81/Month Include Water, Garbage, Basic Cable TV, Building Insurance. Building Amenities include 24 Hour Doorman, Secure Building Access, Gym, Landscaped Courtyard, View Roof Decks & Professional Property Management
The neighborhood by the bay, North Waterfront extends from North Beach, beneath the foot of Telegraph Hill to Fort Mason and Crissy Field. The location means great views, good weather, and a lively street scene. Dog walkers, bicyclists, roller bladers, runners, and families pushing strollers join the tourists on the Embarcadero. Fishermen cast their lines into the waters next to romantic couples on the water front piers that extend into the bay. Aquatic Park provides a protected cove for the hardy swimmers of the Dolphin Swim Club who brave the frigid waters of the bay.
Locals eschew Fisherman's Wharf for Pier 23, where bikers mingle with bankers on their outdoor patio. Fog City Diner, at the junction of Battery and the Embarcadero is a beloved San Francisco institution, serving upscale food in an authentic 1930s diner. For special occasions, Teatro Zinzani presents an exotic evening of cabaret and five-course gourmet meals under its circus tents. On July 4th, there's no better place to watch the fireworks than from a balcony in the North Waterfront.
This is a walkable neighborhood, with downtown San Francisco a few minutes by foot, and access to shopping in the Marina. Public transportation to downtown is a trip back in time, thanks to MUNI's vintage trolleys from around the world on the F-line, a fleet of restored street cars that trundle from Jones and Beach streets in Fisherman's Wharf along the Embarcadero, up Market Street to the Castro.