This delightful home encapsulates the city of San Francisco perfectly. The home is brimming with classic quirks and timeless style and is fixed with original Victorian details like soaring ceilings, an ornate fireplace and decorative moldings. There are 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bath, a contemporary kitchen and an inviting living space. The property is a top floor condo located in one of the most eclectic and energetic neighborhoods the city has to offer.
Upon entry at the top of the stairs, there is a stunning stained-glass skylight that welcomes you home. The layout of the condo feels flexible and simple with all three bedrooms together at the front of the unit. The kitchen/living /dining spaces are to the rear overlooking the shared backyard. Also located along the hallway is a convenient half bath and deep closet complete with drawers and shelves for storage.
The home feels intimate and inviting instantaneously. Down the hall, the remodeled kitchen comes complete with custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite counters. The kitchen window faces west allowing you to catch sunset light every evening.
There is also an enticing built-in-bar located on the cusp of the living room and kitchen, making this space perfect for entertaining friends and family. The living room is beautifully framed by two windows on either side of the sofa that welcome you in to sit down and relax. This room is tucked-away from the hustle & bustle of Broderick Street so it feels cozy and secluded. The high ceilings and hardwood flooring only further compliment this great room.
Beyond the kitchen and hidden away on the back porch is an office nook and laundry space. This space is an unexpected surprise and provides you with a quiet and peaceful place, perfect for work or study. The main bathroom is modern and chic and best of all, boasts a luxurious, deep soaking tub – perfect for relaxing! The tile flooring and sleek vanity compliment this contemporary bathroom beautifully.
The master bedroom feels bright and spacious from the moment you walk in. The large, front facing bay window fill the room with abundant natural light. The most exceptional feature in this room is the timeless, elegant and ornate fireplace adding a touch of romance to this beautiful master bedroom. Offering almost as much space as the master room, the second bedroom feels almost hidden and secluded in comparison. You can’t hear any street noise in this cozy room because the window opens away from the main street.
The third bedroom is located at the front of the home. The large window and natural light help make this smaller bedroom feel big and bright! This home is located in the culturally diverse and effortlessly trendy neighborhood, North of the Panhandle known as NoPa. Bounded by Masonic and Divisadero, the neighborhood is undergoing a rebirth as newcomers discover a community where culture comes together in this urban mixing bowl. Eateries, bars, cafes are a plenty with Alamo Square, Golden Gate Park and the Panhandle just a short walk away.
North of the Panhandle (NOPA)
In the center of the city is the eclectic, culturally, ethnically and socially diverse neighborhood known as North Panhandle, aka NOPA. Bounded by Masonic, Divisadero, the neighborhood is undergoing a rebirth as newcomers discover a community where culture comes together in this urban mixing bowl. It’s a neighborhood that rewards entrepreneurs with large dreams and low budgets willing to take a gamble on new retail establishments, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants.
The eclectic energy of the neighborhood is expressed best in the blocks where tattoo parlors and day care centers do business next to old school barbershops, and tiny urban “parklets” provide plants and cafe seating. The new crop of cafe’s best capture the improvised, can-do spirit of the community: On the Corner Cafe sells coffee, on-the-premises baked pastries, and records; Mojo Bicycle Cafe proffers handmade drip coffee combined with a bike store and repair shop. The best Ethiopian food in the city can be found at funky Waziema. And there’s upscale Nopa, serving simple rustic food in a swank setting. Nightlife is anchored by The Independent, a club that presents up and coming bands.
There’s a quarterly art walk celebrating the upstart galleries, and a weekly farmers market. As families are discovering the gritty charms of North Panhandle, the neighborhood association is actively forming meetings and playgroups for parents of toddlers. Built in 1900, 625 – 629 Broderick Street condos are conveniently located in the heart of NOPA, a short walk to Golden Gate Park and Alamo Square. Perfectly located to enjoy the benefits of urban living, while maintaining the charm of a quiet San Francisco neighborhood. An ideal spot for walking, with excellent bike lanes and mere blocks away from the best of Divisadero Street restaurants, cafes, shops, farmers market, and Bi-Rite. A Tech shuttle stop is a short walk, serving Google, Apple, Facebook, and Genentech. Offers direct access to Muni and an amazing walking score of 95.
Eddie O’Sullivan is the Team Leader and Founder of the Eddie O’Sullivan Group at Keller Williams SF. With over 13 years’ experience, negotiating and closing over $160 Million in sales volume. Eddie is top producing agent (Top 1% per 2017 MLS). The Eddie O’Sullivan team ranks in the Top 5 KW teams regionally (Northern CA & Hawaii) for closed volume Feb & March 2017. Eddie leads a dynamic real estate team which consists of a client care assistant, transaction coordinator, buyer specialist and exclusive vendors. Eddie has superior knowledge of the local market and countless industry connections. He heads his team as lead real estate consultant, negotiator and the oversees all transaction details.