222 Valencia Street #1
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 1,198,000
- Two bedroom/Two bath condo in boutique building
- Great open floorplan townhome with bedrooms upstairs – lives like a house!
- Spacious open kitchen with stainless appliances, freshly painted cabinets, and granite counters
- Cozy electric fireplace with marble surround in living room
- Recessed lighting throughout
- Primary suite with bay window and double vanity
- Beautiful wood floors and architectural details
- Bay window features charming seat in living room
- Sunny shared roof deck with stunning views
- Front loading washer/dryer in close
- One car parking with a dedicated EV charger!
- Quick access to tech shuttles, Muni (including the historic F line), BART and freeways
- Condominium HOA Dues: $527.50 per month
- Year built: 2003
- Square footage: 1,042 per tax record
- Great Walk/Bike/Transit Score: 99/96/100
Finding the right condo is like working a puzzle – what’s just the right combination to make it all work? You will see – 222 Valencia #1 has it! Big bright windows; amenities like in-unit laundry, a dedicated EV charger and an electric fireplace; architectural details rare for newer construction like crown mouldings, a window seat and two big bay windows; a roof deck with panoramic views; and all in a a newer building that’s built to current earthquake standards in one of the most amazing locations in SF.
Ahhh, the location … strolling up and down Valencia Street is a lifestyle in and of itself. And if you get tired of that, within just a few steps, you can buy groceries at the Whole Foods at Dolores and Market (or shop for more pedestrian (but necessary) items across the street at Safeway). A few blocks away to the south and you can access the amazing Bi-Rite Market, meet friends at Pizzeria Delfina, be tempted by the delicacies at Tartine, or hang out at Dolores Park, which features festivals and movies in the park. If you head in the other direction just a few blocks you can be in Hayes Valley enjoying music at the San Francisco Jazz Center or the San Francisco Symphony, a lecture at City Arts & Lectures (what else!) to the SF Opera or the Ballet. After which you can refuel with dinner at Absinthe, Petit Crenn,Zuni Café or A Mano, or one of so many more places. I didn’t even mention the delightful Castro district if you head up Market a few blocks to Eureka Valley (with its Wednesday night farmers’ market on Noe @ Market). The unparalleled access of this location is the very epitome of convenient city living. And, once you are back home, relaxing by the light of the fire, the trees outside the windows provide just the cushion you need from the exciting urban environment outside.