Elegant & Contemporary
Architect-Designed Corner Loft in Boutique Building
725 Florida Street, Unit 6
San Francisco, CA
Sold at $850,000
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Architect-designed loft condo
1 Loft bedroom
1 Car parking
Bathed in light from three sides
Approx. Sq. Ft. = 729±
725 Florida Street, #6
Elegant & Contemporary architect-designed corner loft in a boutique building. 725 Florida Street, Unit 6 is bathed in natural light from three sides and features a west-facing deck. The open floor plan is great for home entertaining or simply enjoying the open space. The kitchen features stainless appliances and concrete countertops with an eat-at bar. The bathroom has a concrete sink top, standing shower, an operable window, and a washer/dryer in the unit. The main level is home to a bright office nook as well. The loft bedroom overlooks the main living space and has an operable window and closet. There is one car parking in the attached garage with interior access and an elevator in the building.
The property's outstanding location allows easy access to the tremendous eateries, nightlife, and the iconic area of the Mission. Ideally located near Tartine Manufactory, Gus' Market, Atlas Cafe, Flour + Water, Farmhouse Kitchen, Salumaria, Trick Dog, True Laurel, Central Kitchen and many other Inner Mission stores and restaurants. Cultural spaces include Southern Exposure, Theater Artaud, ODC, and Heath Ceramics just to name a few. Several bike stations nearby, close to BART and buses, easy access to 101 & 280.
Mission District Neighborhood
The Inner Mission is one of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods. Homes in the neighborhood include grand, century-old houses, smaller Victorian cottages, and new condo developments that have sprung up in the past couple of years. Stroll along Valencia Street any evening, and you'll experience an urban planner's dream: thousands of young residents out for a bite to eat, a standing-room only crowd, getting off their bikes at the many parklets lined along the streets, or checking out the latest art installation after visiting the local beer garden.
Over the past 20 years a new group of young, ambitious, often working in the tech-related industry and settling in one of Mission’s plentiful new condominium and apartment complexes. They mingle with the Mission’s hip and creative crowd, artists and musicians, to create a neighborhood where hole-in-the-wall restaurants are as much in demand as en elevated dining experience. Wedged between Mission Dolores and Potrero Hill, this sunny neighborhood is where techies, artists, hipsters, and diverse cultures all peacefully coexist.