Sold: 355 Buena Vista, No.111W

Offered at $599,000
Sold for $703,000
*Buyer Represented

Description

  • One Bedroom
  • Additional Spaces for Home Office and Den
  • Deeded Storage
  • One Bath
  • One Car Parking
  • Romantic Setting on Courtyard Side of Building

Park Hill was originally built in 1926 as Saint Joseph`s Hospital and Convent. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 and converted in 1986 to 136 condominiums. Park Hill`s Spanish Revival design and historic designation has left the building exteriors untouched. Today, the site`s three-and-a-half acres enjoy substantial common areas with lush landscaping and romantic garden settings. Special amenities include front desk security, a community room in the original chapel and a sun deck with barbecue and dramatic downtown views.
#111W is large and gracious one bedroom with 972 square feet, according to City tax records. It enjoys direct access from the courtyard level so there are no long halls to travel on your journey home. An unusual layout offers plenty of space for entertaining and cooking as well as two additional spaces that can work as a home office and/or family room. Upgrades include stone tile in the bath and newer cabinetry, countertops and stainless appliances in the kitchen.

Dues are $601.00/month and include security, exterior maintenance, water, garbage and HOA insurance.

Park Hill is in the Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights District, near the geographic heart of the San Francisco. Buena Vista Park, directly opposite, is the City`s oldest official park and was established in 1867. Favored by dog walkers, the park`s hillside views offer dramatic sweeps from the Golden Gate Bridge to downtown. The closest neighborhood shopping to Park Hill is within a five minute walk to the Haight Ashbury District. Cole Valley, the Castro District and the Haight-Fillmore District also all lie within fifteen minutes walking distance.