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2BR/2BA | Top Floor
1,215 sq.ft. per draftsmen
1 Car Garage Parking | Additional Storage
$375/mo HOA Dues | In-Unit Laundry
3 Blocks To Alta Plaza Park
Like a fine wine aged to perfection, or your favorite jeans that are perfectly broken in, great homes just get better with time. 1840 Scott Street is that type of place. As authentic as it is stylish, it evokes the best of the Victorian era and is infused with timelines updates. Perched on the top floor of this stunning Stick-style building, this full-floor condo boasts windows on all 4 sides and fantastic natural light. The front parlor hits all the high notes; soaring ceilings, brick fireplace, and bay windows. 8 ½ foot high pocket doors welcome guests into the dining room. A coffered ceiling, dramatic wainscoting, and an en suite bath make the master bedroom feel special. A second bedroom with seating area overlooks the treelined street. The kitchen is positively enveloped in windows, with outlooks to Pacific Heights and some of SF’s most dramatic architecture; St. Mary’s, St. Jude’s, Salesforce Tower and more. Step outside to find a sunny private deck with built-in bar railing, the ideal morning coffee spot. On-site parking completes the package.
This location represents the very best of what city living has to offer. With Divisadero to the east and Fillmore to the west, the dining options are practically endless. Walk the pooch or play some tennis at Alta Plaza Park, or stroll to Kabuki to catch a film.
Lower Pacific Heights offers home buyers a stylish, upscale-feeling neighborhood bolstered by an approachable, casual attitude. Within the confines of these blocks, you'll find Japantown, the oldest and largest such enclave in the United States. From the spectacle of the Peace Plaza pagoda to the grandeur of St. Dominic's Church, it really seems there's something here for everyone. This area is a shopper's delight, with bustling commercial centers along both Fillmore and Steiner streets. The Japan Center mall is a mecca for all things Japanese. When it comes time to eat, the possibilities are endless. Evenings see the streets fill with patrons looking to dine at one of many gastronomic destinations, or music fans lining up at the Boom Boom Room and the adjacent historic Fillmore Theater. Sundance Kabuki Cinema is a welcome addition to the neighborhood; as the largest independent theater in the city, the Kabuki screens first run features and plays host to a number of film festivals, attracting cinephiles from all over the Bay Area. The neighborhood is home to an interesting mix of classic Victorian homes and mid-rise condo developments. As throughout much of the city, you'll find wonderful diversity among your neighbors. You can get a picture of the sense of community that exists in this diverse pocket of the city each April during the Cherry Blossom Festival. Freeway access has been greatly improved in recent years thanks to the completion of the Octavia corridor freeway entrance, opening up the area to south and east bay commuters. If you'd like to dip your toes into the Northside life, Lower Pacific Heights is a great place to begin your search.