1828 Pine Street
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1828 Pine Street
Elegant duplex condominium in a beautiful Lower Pacific Heights Victorian! Blending old world charm and modern upgrades, the home features hardwood flooring, high coved ceilings, bay windows, and delightful period details such as moldings. A flexible floorplan allows for 4 bedrooms plus an office, and 3.5 bathrooms. The living room offers a gas fireplace and bay windows, and adjacent is an expansive parlor with closet, or bedroom. Past a chic powder room is the spacious master bedroom, with an ensuite stone bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and glass-enclosed shower. A large bedroom and smaller bedroom/nursery share a hallway bath with a shower over tub. The gorgeous renovated kitchen is equipped with a Carrera breakfast bar and deluxe appliances. The kitchen includes a built-in pantry and desk, opening to a laundry room with a stacked washer/dryer. The bright formal dining room off the kitchen opens to stairs up to the shared backyard, which is terraced with beautiful landscaping, a grassy play area, and a seating area. Downstairs is a sprawling guest suite or family room, with a bathroom with shower over tub, overlooking the front patio. This is the lower flat in a two-unit condominium building, with 1-car garage parking. The location is fabulous, only two blocks to Lafayette Park and Whole Foods, and convenient to shopping and dining on Fillmore Street, Polk or Japantown.
HOA Dues: $400/month
Square Footage: 2,440 (Per Graphic Artist)
Year Built: 1906 (Per Tax Records)
Living in Pacific Heights provides an opportunity to rub elbows with some of Silicon Valley’s most prominent players. PayPal founder Peter Theil, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, and Apple designer Jonathan Ive have all made their homes in what is considered the most expensive neighborhood in the United States. Palatial highrise condos and luxurious row houses are the most common types of real estate you will find in Pacific Heights. Although Presidio is just a short trip away from Pacific Heights, the neighborhood features two small parks of its own: Lafayette Park and Alta Plaza Park. Lafayette Park offers beautiful grassy hills, a playground, and an off-leash dog park, while Alta Plaza is perched even higher with most of the same amenities. When Pacific Heights residents are looking for a place to eat, they usually make their way to Fillmore Street. Notable local restaurants on Fillmore Street include: Palmer’s Tavern: Featuring daily happy hour specials, Palmer’s also offers a variety of delicious salads, entrees, and desserts. La Mediterranee: A quaint cafe perfect for those Middle-Eastern cuisine cravings. Salt & Straw: After a great meal for a day of exploring, locals love to stop by for unique ice cream flavors and handmade waffle cones. Fillmore Street is also a great place to enjoy a day of shopping and entertainment. Explore the amazing shoe boutique Superga San Francisco, then walk north to Mureta Antiques. After the shopping is done, catch a flick at the Landmark Clay Theatre, or visit Boom Boom Boom for a night of live funk, jazz and blues. Locals and tourists are often amazed at the variety of landmarks and attractions you can find in Pacific Heights. Enjoy a guided tour through the Haas-Lilienthal House, San Francisco’s only Victorian House, or check out the McElroy Octagon House on the second Sunday or second and fourth Thursday of every month. Lastly, the southeast corner of Presidio is less than two miles away, so there is always something fun to explore near the Pacific Heights neighborhood!