829 Folsom St. #210
1 BR + Den, 1 BA San Francisco Condo for Sale 708 Sq. Ft.
Lavish Yerba Buena Condo
Address: 829 Folsom Street #210
Building: 829 Folsom
Neighborhood: Yerba Buena
Bedrooms: 1 BR + Den
Bathrooms: 1 BA
Square Feet: 708
HOA Dues: $643.74
Sold On: 25-Apr-2016
829 Folsom #210 is a lavish, peaceful 1 bedroom plus den, 1 bathroom condo with 1-car parking in the middle of all the action. A patio off the living room creates a retreat from the urban hustle for seamless indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.
With 708 sq. ft. of living space (per tax records), the home features an open living/dining room with hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling dual-pane windows with custom shades. The designer kitchen offers Schuller custom soft-close kitchen cabinetry, halogen task lighting, polished granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a gas cooktop. A den off of the entrance can be used as an office or small retreat, with a washer and dryer thoughtfully tucked away in a laundry closet. The bright bedroom boasts new designer carpet and a huge walk-in closet with custom built-in organizers. Sleek bathroom lines, a backlit designer mirror, and an oversized soaking tub complement this swanky pad.
Built in 2010, 829 Folsom is a 69-unit building in Yerba Buena featuring a huge rooftop deck with a barbecue area and massive 360-degree views of the city and the bay. For maximum security and convenience, a 24-hour doorperson is in the lobby and there is a telephone intercom system at the front door. Residents also share a community room with a kitchen and an outdoor patio located on the same floor as this unit. Current HOA dues are $643.74 per month.
You can’t beat the neighborhood. 829 Folsom Street has a Walk Score of 92, Transit Score of 100, and Bike Score of 95. You are only a few minutes away from Whole Foods, Target, the new SF MOMA, Union Square, BART, Caltrain, downtown, shopping, nightlife, and restaurants. Two movie theaters, two shopping malls, and a family-owned hardware store are around the corner. The new Muni Central Subway is slated to have a station at 4th and Folsom, which will connect Caltrain to Union Square and Chinatown. Folsom and many other SOMA streets even have dedicated bike lanes, making riding your bike a viable transit alternative.