717 Guerrero Street
REMODELED EDWARDIAN MISSION DOLORES CONDO
717 GUERRERO STREET @19th Street
3 BED 2 BATH 1 PARKING $1,495,000
Located in Mission Dolores, one of San Francisco’s most dynamic and sunny neighborhoods. Tall ceilings, period details and abundance of natural light. Tastefully remodeled unit with high end appliances and finishes. Steps from Dolores Park, and some the best restaurants in San Francisco including Tartine and Delfina. Easy access to Mission-Valencia corridor, Bart and Tech Shuttles. Walk score 97, Transportation score 95 and Bike score 92!
• Large fully-equipped remodeled Chef’s kitchen with granite counter tops, sub-zero fridge wine fridge, Bosch dishwasher, DCS Range, and custom cabinets
• Light-filled Living/family room open to kitchen
• Formal dining room with period, cabinetry and fireplace
• Master bedroom with large custom closets
• Master en-suite remodeled bathroom with double sink vanities and stunning tile stall shower.
• 2nd remodeled Bath has soaking tub and pedestal sink
• TWO Additional spacious bedrooms
• In-unit washer and dryer
• Hardwood Floors throughout
• Shared Garden
• 1 Car Garage Parking
• Huge deeded storage area
• HOA monthly dues: $300 includes water, garbage, building insurance, and reserve
Sunny, flat, and centrally located, Mission Dolores represents the heart and soul of San Francisco. Attractive to people of all walks of life, the neighborhood is a melting pot, with taquerias and panaderias, pop-up galleries, block-long live/work lofts in former canneries, and chefs determined to make their mark.
The oldest building in San Francisco, Mission Dolores, was founded in 1776, and it still stands at 16th Street and Dolores Street. It is open to visitors as well as those attending its services. Two blocks away, Dolores Park is a favorite neighborhood hangout. On sunny days and warm nights, the gently sloping greens are thronged with people taking in the scene. Public transportation is great; numerous Muni light-rail and bus lines crisscross the neighborhoods, and there are two BART stations within walking distance.
With the rise of the dot-com companies in the 1990s, the old industrial warehouses of the Mission District were converted into open-air, floor-through workspaces. These attracted a new kind of immigrant population: educated, highly skilled, and eager for the next big thing, be it entertainment, dining, or culture. They wanted to be able to walk to work or ride their bike.
Housing was developed to match the taste and needs of this generation of newcomers. Many of the old warehouses preserved their old brick facades. Mission Dolores homes for sale include those with luxury interiors featuring exposed brick walls, huge-timbered beams, two-story-high living rooms with airy ceilings, and industrial kitchens.