Brand-new Mission Dolores San Francisco, CA top-floor condo listing for sale – 360 Guerrero Street #404- Asking $539,000.
no images were foundDolores Plaza Condos is a condo complex in an uber-cool & convenient location with entrances at 360 Guerrero Street between 15th and 16th Streets and 1839 15th Street between Dolores and Guerrero. Yup, it’s an 80s building but wait, this place is modern, hip, spacious, and just totally fabulous. Um, hello, we’re talking hardwood floors, open floor plan, remodeled kitchen and bath, wood-burning fireplace, amazing closet space, shared laundry down the hall, gym facility, courtyard, deeded garage parking and GUEST PARKING a block from Valencia Street! 98% Walkscore Perfect for San Francisco first time home buyers! As low as 3.5% Low-down payment available. FHA-APPROVED! The seller put a lot of work and money into remodeling the top floor condo and it shows. NOTES ON THE REMODEL: Kitchen:
- Counters, back splash, shelving, cabinets, appliances in kitchen
- Opened up the wall between kitchen & main living area.
- Replaced florescence light with recessed lights in kitchen & entry
- Bathroom shelving, marble in shower and associated hardware
- Light fixture, mirror, and counters/cabinets in bathroom
- Build-in shelves in the nook beside the fireplace
- Resurfacing the walls & ceiling (previously “orange peel” texture)
- Solid wood floor throughout the unit
- Fan/light fixture in bedroom
- Dining area light fixture
For the full scoop, check out our San Francisco real estate website for first time home buyers and/or the property’s website with full photo tour and showing information for Dolores Plaza condos.Living here has provided a great balance! It has incredibly convenient access to all the great things nearby, but also a wonderful place to host my friends for dinner parties and quiet evenings at home. I’ve taken advantage of the location near so many great restaurants and bars to easily lure friends over this way for a night out, and savored the convenience of my getting home at the end of the night. It’s been fabulous to walk up to Tartine to get treats for a friend’s brunch; to indulge in the fantastic food and service at Delfina; or knowing that I could skip the crazy line at the Bi-Rite Creamery by getting a pint in the Bi-Rite store when I headed to hang out in Dolores Park with friends on a sunny weekend. Remodeling my unit created a beautiful home for cooking up meals with things bought from local farmer’s markets, a cozy place to watch a movie by the fire, or simply appreciate the beauty of the view – especially during the fireworks on the 4th of July or clear days when you can see over the neighboring buildings to the East Bay hills, Potrero, and Bernal Park.This neighborhood and Dolores Plaza has been such treat to live in. I was incredibly lucky to have fantastic neighbors. We’d get together for wine and I loved when they’d enthusiastically stop by & mix with my other friends when I hosted events catering to neighborhood activities like the Dolores Park movie nights or the Sister of Perpetual Indulgence’s Easter craziness. The location was convenient when I worked downtown via Bart and on the Peninsula with the quick access to 101. And, it was a joy to come home & always know that I had a parking space waiting for me when I came back from socializing or even just a long day at work. I will dearly miss all the perks this home has offered and hope that it provides as much happiness to the next resident. And, did you see the bedroom closet… I can still remember day dreaming about it when I was buying the unit!