560 Haight St., 207, San Francisco, CA 94117
Top floor stunning condo with 2 car parking and a roof deck on the serene rear side of a desirable building, The Theatre Lofts, in the heart of Lower Haight.
It's a beloved historic conversion building that was originally a grand movie theatre in the 1920s. This condo is impressive with its updated kitchen and bathrooms, high ceilings, wall of windows, exposed concrete and beams and gorgeous details. Its airy, light-filled layout is spacious and comfortable. The beautiful kitchen offers great cabinet and counter space with a breakfast bar. The living room features a fireplace. The dining area is a good size for entertaining. An enclosed space is wonderful for guests. The main floor is completed with a chic bathroom, big walk-in closet, a laundry closet and a balcony. Up handsome wood stairs is the large loft bedroom and second stylish bathroom along with space for working from home and being creative. A staircase leads to an operable skylight that opens to the roof deck with nice views. 2 side-by-side garage parking spaces complete this special condo.
On the premier block for dining in Lower Haight - by popular restaurants, bars and shops. Walking distance to Divisadero, Hayes Valley, Duboce Triangle and the Castro. Close to treasured parks such as Alamo Square and Duboce Park.
• 2 BD, 2 BA, 1,315 Sq. Ft.
• 2 Side-By-Side Parking Spaces
• Beautiful Kitchen & Bathrooms
• Roof Deck with Nice Views
• High Ceilings & Gorgeous Details
• Airy & Light-Filled Layout
• Desirable Lower Haight Location
• HOA Dues: $861
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The Lower Haight is a vibrant and eclectic neighborhood located in the heart of San Francisco. Known for its colorful Victorian houses, trendy cafes, and lively street art, the Lower Haight has a distinct bohemian vibe that attracts artists, musicians, and young professionals. The neighborhood is bordered by Divisadero Street to the west, Market Street to the north, Duboce Avenue to the south, and Webster Street to the east. The main thoroughfare through the neighborhood is Haight Street, which is lined with boutique shops, vintage stores, and restaurants serving up everything from sushi to pizza. One of the highlights of the Lower Haight is the iconic Painted Ladies, a row of Victorian houses across Alamo Square Park. The neighborhood is also home to several other parks, including Buena Vista Park and Duboce Park, which are popular spots for picnics and outdoor activities. At night, the Lower Haight comes alive with a lively bar scene. The neighborhood has a diverse mix of watering holes, from dive bars to upscale lounges, and live music venues that cater to all tastes. The area is also known for its street festivals and block parties, which celebrate the neighborhood's cultural diversity and vibrant community spirit. Transportation options in the Lower Haight are plentiful, with several Muni bus lines running through the neighborhood and a number of bike lanes, including “The Wiggle”, making it easy to get around on two wheels. Overall, the Lower Haight is a vibrant and welcoming neighborhood that has something to offer for everyone.Explore
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