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Sophisticated and Charming Condo in Iconic Telegraph Hill

455 Vallejo Street #104
Sold at $950,000
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  • ​1 Bedroom 

  • 1 Bathroom

  • 1 Car Parking

  • Sq. Ft. = 825±

  • HOA Dues - $587.39 per month

  • Year Built: 1973

  • Bay Bridge Views

  • ​Large private patio

  • Floor to ceiling windows

  • Abundance of natural light

  • Secured Underground Parking Space

  • Storage Space 

  • Professional Management On Site

  • 100 Walk Score®

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455 Vallejo Street #104

Located in a charming Cul-De-Sac in Telegraph Hill, this lovely one bedroom one bathroom condo emanates sophistication and luxury. Enjoy a morning cup of coffee on your large private patio which is perfect for entertaining or on the semi-private deck with breathtaking Bay Bridge and downtown views.   


The open floor plan includes a combination living room and dining area featuring wood flooring and floor to ceiling windows that offer an abundance of natural light. The remodeled kitchen features stainless appliances with quartz counter-tops overlooking picturesque scenery of the Bay Bridge. The master suite features additional views of the Bay Bridge and a remodeled bath with a large, walk-in shower.


Additionally, this residence includes a common view deck, secured underground parking space, private storage unit, common laundry room, and a common entertaining room. The building is well maintained with professional management and an onsite manager. A walker’s dream, 455 Vallejo is just steps from the Financial District, North Beach, and Chinatown. Call now to set up a private or virtual showing. 

Telegraph Hill Neighborhood

One of the original "Seven Hills" of San Francisco, Telegraph Hill is one of the city's most iconic neighborhoods. It was originally named after a telegraphic semaphore, which was used to signal to the rest of the city the types of ships entering the Golden Gate. Coit Tower, the most popular attraction, marks the exact location where the telegraph once stood.

Telegraph Hill is adjacent to North Beach and its long line of bustling restaurants, cafes, and other attractions. These two neighborhoods are essentially overlapping with Fisherman's Wharf located to the North. As you stroll down the Filbert Street Steps, you will find yourself on the famous Embarcadero Street which is home to the iconic San Francisco Ferry Building.

The majestic beauty of Telegraph Hill is reflected by the flowing gardens down Filbert Street to Levi's Plaza. One will be amazed by the flock of parrots that have called Telegraph Hill their home for decades. The gorgeous views and unique architecture are overwhelmingly dazzling and charming.

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