1826 Eddy Street #204
is a quiet and secluded, top floor condo complete with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling bay windows, abundant natural light, and great modern touches throughout. Enjoy views of Downtown San Francisco and Alta Plaza Park from the north facing bay windows tucked away from the street.
The open kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and flows to the spacious living and dining area with soaring ceilings. Upstairs you’ll find a master bedroom with unobstructed views of the city throughout the day, great natural light, and an en suite bathroom that’s both bright and airy. Unit 204 also includes brand new carpets in both bedrooms, in-unit laundry, 1 car deeded parking in secure garage, and individual storage unit.
The spectacular shared rooftop deck showcases panoramic views of the city and surrounding skyline. This location is perfectly situated between the Divisadero Corridor and Fillmore District, providing close proximity to the many popular restaurants, bars, and shops of both neighborhoods. Walkscore 92. Walk to Golden Gate Park, Alamo Square and USF. Enjoy a quick commute downtown, easy access to freeways and nearby tech shuttle stops.
- 2 bedrooms + 2 full bathrooms
- Top floor, north facing unit, secluded from street
- Open floor plan with high ceilings
- Hardwood floors and new carpeting in bedrooms
- Wood-burning stove fireplace in main living area
- Common roof top deck with BBQ and panoramic views
- In-unit laundry
- 1 car independent parking + storage unit
- 8-unit building, built in 2000
- Monthly HOA dues: $332
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- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bath
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Shower Over Tub
- Gas Range
- Built-In Oven
- Garbage Disposal
- Granite Counter
Additional Property Details
- Roof Deck
- City Lights
Homeowners Association (HOA)
HOA Fee Includes
- Grounds Maintenance
- Homeowners Insurance
More About Western Addition
The Western Addition is a rather plain moniker for a vibrant and multifaceted neighborhood. Coined back in the 1850s, the name simply described its status as the latest addition to San Francisco, whose western border was then Larkin Street. The Western Addition stretches roughly from Van Ness to Divisadero and from Fulton to Geary, bumping up against Civic Center, Lower Pacific Heights, Anza Vista, NOPA and Hayes Valley. It includes part of the Fillmore District – famous for its rich African-American, Japanese-American and jazz history.
There are whole, undisturbed blocks of magnificent Victorians here as well as historical landmarks, entertainment venues and public art. Some examples are the houses on the 1300 block of McAllister, the murals at 485 Scott, the sarcophagus of Thomas Starr King at Franklin and Geary, the “Hard Bop” sculpture at Fillmore Center, the Fillmore Auditorium, Yoshi’s, and beautiful St. Mark’s Church (whose cross famously melted from the heat of the fires following the Great 1906 Earthquake).
Victorian and Edwardian buildings abound, despite the destruction caused by mid-century redevelopment projects. Architecturally significant and centrally located, Western Addition real estate is surprisingly affordable, especially when compared with housing in adjoining, trendier areas. It’s a secret-in-plain-sight neighborhood tucked right in the heart of San Francisco and it has something to offer everyone.