Map of 35 Dolores St, San Francisco, CA 94103, 410
|11||min||16th St. Mission||Dublin-Pleasanton - Daly City Fremont - Daly City Pittsburg-Bay Point - SFIA-Millbrae Richmond - Daly City-Millbrae|
|1||min||Mission Dolores Academy (K-8)||Private|
|2||min||Mission Dolores Academy (K-8)||Private|
|3||min||Everett Middle School (6-8)||Public|
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Off-MLS: Mission Dolores Meets Urban Living.
Residence #410 is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom corner condominium home with west- and south-facing windows receiving plenty of natural light. Palm trees down Dolores Street frame the view of this top-floor home. This home features a sleek modern kitchen with island and Viking stainless steel appliances. A gas fireplace with a quartz stone hearth provides heat and ambiance in the living room, and two bedrooms and two full bathrooms complete this home. Designer upgrades including wide oak hardwood floors make this home stand out. An in-unit washer and dryer and parking for one car are included. There's no better location. You are close to gyms, Muni, BART, Dolores Park, Hayes Valley, the Castro, Duboce Avenue, and the Mission and have easy access to downtown, the Peninsula, and even the East Bay. Google and Facebook shuttles are just a few blocks away. The building is conveniently located across from Whole Foods and near some of the best restaurants in San Francisco. - 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms - 1,000 sq. ft. per owner - Open living and kitchen floor plan - Kitchen with stainless steel Viking appliances, granite countertops, and island - Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom - Second bedroom and bathroom - Beautiful hardwood floors in living areas, carpet in bedrooms - European-style tilt-and-turn windows - Full-size washer and dryer in the unit - 1-car parking in building's garage - Bike rack in garage - Landscaped common back patio - Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants, public transportation - Current HOA dues: $700 per month Some photos are a virtual representation of the property staged with furniture. They are an approximation and not an actual representation of how the property currently looks.+