77 Dow Place #900 – Corner Loft Condo with Patio and Parking @ Hawthorne Place for Sale

We are jazzed about our new listing for sale – 77 Dow Place #900 San Francisco 94107, listed at $618,000 - South of Market/South Beach Corner Loft Condo with Patio and Parking @ Hawthorne Place for Sale- because it’s urban, bright and ideally located.

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Welcome to Hawthorne Place and Unit 900, one of only 4 corner units with a private patio deck. Built in 2002, this contemporary glass, concrete & steel high rise at 77 Dow Place has 83 loft-style townhomes. Unit #900 is a light-filled one bedroom, one bathroom condo with parking. Located on a cul-de-sac on the border of the SOMA, South Beach, & Yerba Buena San Francisco neighborhoods, Hawthorne Place is both central AND peaceful. 77 Dow Place is great for a commuter – easy walking, biking and driving to everything – Financial District, Montgomery BART, Whole Foods, Transbay Terminal, Bay Bridge & freeways.

Purchased as a model unit, #900 features fantastic designer paint colors. Concrete walls and a spiral staircase leading to the master bedroom give this unit an urban feel. Bright & spacious, this condo has 17′ ceilings with dramatic oversized floor-to-ceiling windows! Enjoy an open floor plan, perfect for entertaining. An updated kitchen with granite countertops & stainless steel appliances leads to a living room/dining room combination that opens onto your own private patio. The carpeted master bedroom boasts a HUGE walk-in closet with in-unit washer & dryer, as well as an updated bathroom.

77 Dow Place #900 - 83 Unit Building – $573/month HOA dues

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