A new idea in real estate is eliminating barriers and erasing geographic lines
There is opportunity knocking in the form of a beautiful Victorian building in Hayes Valley, San Francisco…a stone’s throw from one particular coffee kiosk (Blue Bottle Coffee) that arguably revolutionized coffee in North America forever (If you’re really up on your history it was actually started on the other side of the Bay, but that’s trivial.)
We’ll spare you an entire run down of just how cool this building is, and instead send you directly to the property detail page.
There is another unit with this building, and we’re not sure if/when that will come up for sale separately, but we do know (without a shadow of a doubt) the entire building could be had.
-Hayes Valley Pocket Listing, $1,399,000 [PocketListings.net]
We have come across another great opportunity for all of you one bedroom buyers that would love to be in one of San Francisco’s best locations…South Park.
This unit has been marketed off of MLS for a fair bit, and we’re surprised to hear it still available.
…and how can you deny yourself such easy access to the American Grilled Cheese Kitchen literally out your door!?
-One bedroom, one bath, one car parking at One South Park, $659,000 [PocketListings.net]
Some things just sound too good to not investigate a bit further. Any investors out there looking for some North Beach property?
3 UNIT BLDG VACANT, NEVER RENTED, FIRST TIME ON MARKET IN 32 YEARS; VIEWS; NEAR SHOPS/RESTAURANTS; TRANSP; SELLER WILL CARRY LOAN; LOWER PRICE NOW & HIGHER PRICE LATER ON MLS; HARDWOOD FLOORS; BACK STAIRS; SEP. METERS; RENOVATED; MUST SEE.
It sounds like a must see, but is it? Anyone?
-North Beach 3 unit, $1,650,000 [PocketListings.net]
-88 King Street San Francisco, CA: 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 pk, HW, Loft Style Condo, $849,000 [PocketListings.net]