Not for its $699,000 price tag or one bedroom and 900 square feet, but because the South Beach District home is within walking distance of AT&T Park, the beautiful home of the San Francisco Giants.
Since it opened in 2000, the Giants' park has been a big draw in South Beach, and with baseball season about to begin, now is the perfect time to buy this condo as a place to stay between games, if not the entire year. The ballpark helped revitalize the once sleepy industrial zone, turning the South Beach neighborhood into a lively district with great restaurants, a park and a relaxing walk along the bay.
The D31 condo unit has fantastic views through its floor-to-ceiling windows of the Bay Bridge and the Embarcadero, an area along the waterfront to walk to the ballpark.
This corner condo has one large bedroom and a den, along with one bathroom and deeded parking. It's one of two similar units in the building that is a corner home with no common walls with other units. The kitchen is in the center of the unit, making entertaining easy.
Upgrades include low voltage designer lighting, slate bath and maplewood floors, stainless steel appliances, maple cabinetry, in unit washer and dryer, and a custom built-in closet system.
The median sale price in the neighborhood is $599,074, making this home about $100,000 more than the median.
The boutique building with 39 units has a secure entry system, bicycle locker area, and easy access to freeways and the Bay Bridge. Homeowner dues are $442.56 per month.
Sounds like a home run.
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