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3802 16th Street

$1,685,000
  • Status: Active
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Parking Spaces: 1
  • District: Corona Heights

Corona Heights: Top Floor Mid Century Modern w/ Roof Deck & Balcony

 

Open Floor Plan with Views of Eureka Valley and Twin Peaks

3802 16th Street @ Flint on a Cul-de-Sac: Hiking Trails, Tennis Courts, Randall Museum, and Local SF Color – Mt. Olympus

 

  • Exclusive Roof Deck with City, Eureka Valley and Corona Heights Park Views
  • 3 Bedrooms – Primary Bedroom enSuite Bath including Steam Shower & Skylight
  • 2 Full Bathrooms – Hall Bath, Marble Counter, Shower over Tub
  • Viking Range & Refrigerator – Stainless Steel
  • Elegant Marble Counter Tops, Kitchen Island, Wine Fridge & Bosch Dishwasher
  • Beautiful Walnut-Stained Wood Floors
  • Hallway Skylight, Coat Closet & Utility Closet
  • Laundry Area; Marble Counter, Frigidaire Washer & Dryer (Side by Side)
  • Kraftmaid Cabinetry & Closet Organizers
  • 1 Car Independent Parking and Storage
  • 1,386 Sq Ft Total per Tax Records – 1,394 Sq Ft Total per Matterport Tour
  • 1962 Year Built per Tax Records

 

Come Home to this Sophisticated Top Floor Mid-Century Condominium.  Enjoy an Afternoon moment on the exclusive 360% View Roof Deck overlooking Corona Heights, Eureka Valley, South Bay.  Listen to the birds, enjoy the Balcony off the Spacious Living Room and Open Floor Plan Dining and Kitchen taking in the enchanting City Lights Views.  Retreat down the Skylit Hall to a Full Bath, Three Bedrooms, an en suite Bathroom with Skylight, Double Sinks, and Steam Shower.

This home is sited on a cul-de-sac above the Castro secluded by an impressive hill. Surrounded by Corona Heights Park, Tennis Courts, Hiking Trails, the Randall Museum and Café Josephine.  Steps away down the hill all the way – find all the Castro District has to offer.  Cliff’s Variety Store, wine shops, restaurants, shopping, a nexus of transportation and tech shuttle stops.


Discover Corona Heights:

 

Randall Museum of Science, Nature and the Arts – Local Museum of Natural History, Café Josephine, Kids Programs.  Ms. Randall intended the museum to be “… a place that would foster a love of science, natural history, and the arts.” As part of this continued mission, the Randall Museum provides free admission and free or low-cost hands-on learning experiences including exhibits, classes, summer camps, workshops, school field trips, and special events for children, teens, and adults.   Wikipedia Reference:  Randall Museum

 

Gray Brothers Quarry at Corona Heights – FoundSF – A post gold rush SF, a real life drama involving brick making, dynamite & quarries, including the shooting of one of the Gray Brothers by an employee in 1914 over unpaid back wages of $17.50.   Reference SF Curbed 2013-AUG-12 Article

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Get in Touch

Mike Ackerman

Corcoran Global Living

DRE# 01232037
4040 24th Street, SF CA 94114
info@weknowsf.com
415-244-5846

Oliver Burgelman

Corcoran Global Living

DRE#01388135
4040 24th Street, SF CA 94114
info@weknowsf.com
415-244-5846