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 Bright and Contemporary Condo In Bayview

1688 Wallace Avenue, Unit 303
San Francisco, CA
Offered at $595,000

Open Sunday 5/22: 11-1pm

  • Top-floor corner unit

  • 2 bedrooms

  • 2 bathrooms

  • 823+/- sq. ft. per tax record

  • Year built 2003

  • Stainless steel appliances

  • Amazing roof deck w/ panoramic and water views

  • 1 car parking and storage

  • Near light-rail transportation

  • HOA $619 monthly

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1688 Wallace Avenue
Unit 303

Located on the corner of 3rd Street, 1688 Wallace Avenue Unit 303 offers an amazing common roof deck with panoramic bay views, parking garage, storage, and washer/dryer in the building. 

Unit #303 is a top-floor corner unit with 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and is bathed in natural light. The spacious kitchen features granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, custom cabinetry and tile flooring. The kitchen opens up into the living room with cream colored carpet with space for a dining table. The living space is surrounded by many large windows for pristine natural light. The two bedrooms are nearly equal in size, also with cream color carpet and bright natural light. The primary bedroom has bay windows with a seat to enjoy the views. The bathrooms have granite counters, white cabinets, and a shower over the bathtub. The hallway has tile flooring and a coat closet with a mirrored door.    

This convenient location near 3rd Street offers easy access to light-rail transportation and serves as a corridor for the southeast of San Francisco. Nearby you will find a post office, Bay View Park with a children’s play area and the Martin Luther King Jr. Pool facility. Some amazing restaurants in the area include; Two Jacks (seafood), City Lunch Restaurant (American), La Laguna (Mexican), Cafe Envy, Bloomstock (cafe), The Den, a Café by Craftsman and Wolves, Smokin' Warehouse Barbecue, Laughing Monk Brewing, and Love Pâtisserie & More. 


Bayview Neighborhood

The Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood is located in the southeastern part of San Francisco. The introduction of the T-Third Street Muni light-rail line in 2007 has increased the neighborhood’s popularity. 
Properties in the neighborhood are reasonably priced and range from historic single-family homes to condominiums with expansive views, modern kitchens, and hardwood floors.
Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, adjacent to Bayview-Hunters Point, offers stunning views of the bay, along with picnic areas, two fishing piers, fitness courses, and hiking trails. The park is a popular jumping off area for kayakers and windsurfers, while Bayview Park provides sweeping views of the city.

Visual artists, musicians, and writers work in transformed spaces that were once part of the Hunters Point Shipyard, and they participate in the annual San Francisco Open Studios event. Community gardening is popular in Bayview-Hunters Point, including the Quesada Gardens, Bridgeview Community Garden, and Latona Community Garden.