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Expansive Modern Residence Delights in SF Dogpatch
638 19th Street #9
San Francisco, CA
Now offered at $1,548,000
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1 Car parking in garage, interior access
1,485 sq ft per tax record
HOA: $650 monthly
Web-pass: included in the HOA dues (Google Fiber)
Built in 2007
Gas burning fireplace
Balcony off the primary bedroom ensuite
Elevator in building
Huge common area courtyard
Located in warm microclimate
Convenient access to the 101 freeway
and nearby transit corridor.
Close to Downtown San Francisco
638 19th Street, Unit 9
Huge, two-level, modern and bright residence in an elevator building in the sunny Mission Bay / Dogpatch district.
The main level welcomes you to the sitting area and breakfast bar, leading into the updated kitchen, complete with granite countertops, white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The hardwood floors expand through the open floor plan, leading to the living room combo dining area with a gas-burning fireplace, large windows, and half bath.
The stairwell above a storage space leads up to the second level with the washer / dryer closet, a full bathroom and tub/shower combo, high vaulted ceilings throughout and two bedrooms. The third, large primary ensuite bedroom opens to a private deck.
The property includes a deeded parking spot in a secure, gated garage with interior access into the main building. The grounds feature a large and sunny common area with tables, benches and greenery. The 18-unit building is located in a rare, warm microclimate and has amazing access to a transit corridor and the freeway to quickly get to Downtown San Francisco, SFO or nearby cities.
The Dogpatch is a hip can-do neighborhood that rose from the ruins of the old industrial waterfront. Steadily gaining a rise in popularity as an up and coming neighborhood, the Dogpatch is currently going through a positive transformation and is home to trendy converted dockside warehouses and factories that have been developed into live-in artist studios and hip shared spaces. Dogpatch is an enticing culinary destination, and foodies are flooding to its slow food restaurant scene. Better known for its epicurean offerings than its late-night culture, the Dogpatch has plenty of accessible transit options to take you and your guests anywhere in SF. Adjacent to the waterfront, the Dogpatch is squared off by Potrero Hill to the east, Mariposa Street to the north, I-280 to the west, and Cesar Chavez to the south.
For decades, Potrero Hill remained one of the best-kept secrets in San Francisco. Shipyards and working docks on one side of the hill, and bakeries, breweries, and warehouses on the other gave a decidedly blue-collar appearance to this quiet neighborhood. As South of Market was colonized by the dot-com explosion, the former warehouses and factories were converted to office space and live/work lofts. San Francisco high-rises sprang up along the 3rd Street corridor, and Potrero Hill became a happening neighborhood.