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Elegant, Bright, and Impressive Condo in SOMA
135 Valencia Street #A103
Offered at $819,000
Contact Joske to schedule a Private Showing or Virtual Tour
Year Built: 1997
Approx. Sq. Ft. = 767±
HOA Dues = $496
Designer flair throughout
Washer/dryer hookups in unit
The City holds the Right of First Refusal
135 Valencia Street, #A103
135 Valencia Street A103 is an impressive two bedroom residence with one bedroom outfitted as a loft area for flexibility of lifestyle. Upon entering the property, one will be immediately struck by the soaring ceilings, renovated interior features, new paint and beautiful ash laminated hardwood floors. The kitchen and bathroom have also been gorgeously remodeled. Enjoy a morning cup of coffee on the forty foot deeded patio overlooking the bright, spacious courtyard.
located in an iconic, corner brick building in the heart of the Inner Mission district. Formerly, the Salvation Army headquarters, this historic conversion now stands out as a contemporary 109-unit residence. It’s luxurious features represent the most desirable form of living in all of San Francisco.
Located in an incredibly diverse, and dynamic neighborhood, on the crossroads of the Inner Mission and SOMA offers, 135 Valencia's easy accessibility only adds to residence’s exciting allure. It is just a short distance to the Valencia Corridor, LGBT center, and Octavia Blvd. In addition to the in-unit laundry, the 135 Valencia Street building also features an elevator, and a secure parking garage.
South of Market (SOMA) Neighborhood
Once a major industrial district, South of Market (SoMa) wanted to be known as the West Coast version of New York City's SoHo. SoMa never really became the paradise of artist galleries and lofts and stayed a quiet backwater of printing presses, welders, motorcycle-repair shops, and late-night dance clubs until the dot-com revolution. The dot-com boom made it hip to live and work in the neighborhood. SoMa homes for sale are diverse in style and history and allow residents to easily navigate the walkable neighborhood. Luxury loft housing filled the old printing factories. People discovered the Victorian cottages tucked into the quiet alleys between the broad streets.
Yerba Buena Gardens and South Park are often filled with people eating lunch on the grass in front of the once-exclusive mansions. Nondescript warehouses have been converted into tech-company offices. The area of SOMA known as Mid-Market has seen a building boom as of late, thanks to local tech heavyweights like Twitter, which has headquarters in the neighborhood.