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Buena Vista Living

$1,650,000- SOLD

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Located on the quiet second block of Divisadero, this modern home is nestled in the serene Buena Vista Park area of San Francisco. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath condo boasts a superb layout with a seamless flow, ensuring comfort and style throughout.

As you step inside, you're greeted by a generous living and dining area, adorned with large windows that not only illuminate the space but also offer breathtaking city views. The bamboo floors and working wood fireplace adds a cozy ambiance, perfect for San Francisco's cool evenings. Even as you move through the front of the home you can see the lush garden through the back door. 

The front balcony offers stunning city vistas - a picturesque backdrop for your morning coffee or evening relaxation. The kitchen opens to the living dining area and has been thoughtfully updated with quartz countertops and newer appliances, making it a joy for any culinary enthusiast.

The primary suite is a haven of comfort, featuring two large closets and direct access to a charming garden. Two more generously sized bedrooms provide ample closet storage, equipped with shelving and drawers for optimal organization.

Both full bathrooms are spacious and uniquely designed with natural light filtering through the shower/ baths. 

Practicality is not overlooked, with in-unit laundry including a Bosch washer and dryer, and the convenience of deeded parking for one car with direct access to the building.

The tiered garden is a true urban oasis, a 36-foot-wide expanse featuring a paved area for sitting and entertaining amidst the lush plantings. The building’s updated facade, including new windows and doors provide a contemporary and elegant look that is a rare find for a building of this era.

This home feels like a hidden gem, yet it's incredibly central. You're just steps away from top-notch food stores like BiRite and Whole Foods, and dining options including NoPa and Beretta. Plus, with four parks within close proximity and convenient access to public transport and tech buses. 153 Divisadero in Buena Vista Park is for those seeking comfort, convenience, and style in one of San Francisco's most desirable neighborhoods.

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153 Divisadero Street

The North of Panhandle area, or Nopa, is rapidly becoming one of the city's most in-demand neighborhoods. Situated just north of Golden Gate Park's Panhandle, and abutted by the Divisadero corridor, you'll always feel there's something to do, and within walking distance! Here you'll feel central to everything, with easy freeway access via Fell and Oak streets, several Muni lines at your doorstep, and very easily navigable bicycle routes. And yet, the nearby green spaces imbue the entire area with a low key, peaceful air. Services and entertainment are easily accessed, making car-free living a very appealing lifestyle choice. In addition to Divisadero's many trendy cafes, clubs and shops, you can do your grocery shopping at the Lucky Center on Fulton, and hit up Broderick Place for speciality deli goods. Homes near the Panhandle are exceptionally desirable. There are also multi-unit apartment buildings and condos for the investment buyer. It's also a great spot to bike, shoot hoops or just chill out by the bandstand. Young professionals and students, families, and long-time residents fill up Nopa's many Victorian and Edwardian single family homes and multi-unit buildings. There are plenty of opportunities to meet your neighbors, be it at Sunday's Divisadero Farmer's Market or the bi-monthly Divisadero Art Walk. The North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association does a wonderful job of organizing events and keeping everyone informed of neighborhood news. The neighborhood even has its own parents' group.


Just above the Parnassus and Ashbury Heights neighborhood rises the slopes of Buena Vista Park, a densely wooded 36-acre urban escape in the center of the city. Climb the stairs at Haight and Baker and you'll rapidly ascend to fantastic views of the city, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Angel Island. The local neighborhood association has done a fantastic job in making the park family friendly.
Buena Vista/Ashbury homes include fine examples of grand Victorians, colonial revival, restored carriage houses, shingled Tudors, and Queen Anne towers, boasting ornate scroll work, onion domes and stained glass windows.
Parnassus/Ashbury Heights neighborhood is primarily residential, full of young families and professionals. On Halloween, the best block party for five year olds in San Francisco can be found on Belvedere Street, which closes to traffic and attracts thousands of kids and their families. Entire blocks are decorated. Most residents shop and dine downhill along nearby Cole Street in Cole Valley, the small markets on Parnassus, and the Haight. Golden Gate Park is a short walk away.
Access to public transportation is excellent. The 37 CORBETT bus stops on Buena Vista Avenue East, and offers connections to Market Street buses and trolleys. The 7 HAIGHT bus stops at Haight and Baker Streets, and travels downtown via Haight and Market Streets. The N JUDAH trolley that connects Ocean Beach to downtown San Francisco stops at Carl and Cole, which makes commuting quick.