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Park Like Dream Home
Incredible contemporary Diamond Heights residence, perfectly situated between Noe Valley and Glen Park, providing access to endless neighborhood amenities!
This remodeled townhome lives like a single family home featuring 3 levels, its own 2-car garage and private garden. The expansive open floor plan features dramatic floor to ceiling windows, 2 sets of sliding glass doors and gorgeous maple floors. The living room is complete with a gas fireplace and stylish wet bar, while the spacious dining room enjoys pleasant hillside outlooks. Indoor-outdoor living is ideal with a walk out garden and BBQ area right off the chic eat-in-kitchen which features colorful tile, quartz countertops, a Bertazzoni gas range and a large walk-in pantry. A charming powder room completes this level.
The upper level includes an expansive primary suite with an extensive closet system, sitting area and double sink vanity with incredible storage. Ocean views are enjoyed by one of the 2 additional bedrooms and both have custom closet systems and access to a remodeled hall bath.
The large laundry room provides additional storage and is located off the formal entry. This park-like setting is close to trails to Glen Park Canyon and just a short distance to BART & 280. A spacious 2-car garage with storage and 2 driveway parking spaces complete this special offering!
HOA Dues $480/month
Diamond Heights is a neighborhood in central San Francisco, roughly bordered by Diamond Heights Boulevard and Noe Valley to the north and east and Glen Canyon Park to the south and west. It is built on three hills: Red Rock Heights on the northwest, Gold Mine Hill in center, and Fairmount Heights (including Billy Goat Hill) on the southeast.
Diamond Heights is an active and dynamic community where individuals, families, organizations, and businesses deliver exceptional goods and services to the community they love.
Residents of Diamond Heights enjoy spectacular views, overlooking 70 acres of open space in Glen Canyon to the southwest, Mt. Davidson and the Pacific Ocean to the west, and sweeping views of San Francisco Bay from north to south. On its summits and slopes you’ll find “California-modern” homes and condominium complexes, a shopping center, three churches, five parks (four with playgrounds), schools, a fire station, and even the San Francisco Police Academy. Unlike most neighborhoods before 1950 in the City, this clustering of conveniences was the result of community planning.
Between 1949 and 1973, the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency embarked on nine redevelopment projects. “Redevelopment Area B” was the largest by acreage, covering 332 acres among three hills immediately south of Twin Peaks: Red Rock Hill (elevation 690 feet), Gold Mine Hill (elevation 680 feet), and Fairmount Hill (elevation 540 feet). [Historic Note: Though not identified by the Redevelopment Agency, the designated area also includes Billy Goat Hill, part of Fairmount Hill, elevation 500 feet.] The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency named the area “Diamond Heights” because: “Diamond Street, south from Clipper, climbs the eastern slopes of these hills, and, when extended, will lead into the central portion of the area. Because Diamond Street is one of the principle arteries serving the area, it is proposed that the area be called ‘Diamond Heights.’”