Wendy Eng Presents:
Stylish South Beach View Condominium - $975,000
2 bedroom 2 bath + office nook. Hard to find private terrace is one of the largest in South Beach (approx. 250 sq. ft.) Open kitchen is a chef's dream with ample counter and cabinet space and is finished with black granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and glass accented cabinets. Oak hardwood floors in the kitchen / living room.
Split 2 bedrooms with lush carpet for comfort each have a large walk in closet. In-unit washer dryer is in a separate laundry room that has additional closet storage. 1 car deeded parking + storage unit.
170 Off Third is highly desired for its artist-inspired design and decor, sense of community, build quality and financial stability. The two-story Club Room has a fireplace, beautiful blown glass art installation and demonstration kitchen. There is a private movie theater and fully equipped fitness center. The manicured courtyard offers two BBQ grills, full 40' heated lap pool, and spa. Owners enjoy a 12th story roof deck with expansive city views. This premiere South Beach location is perfect for the urban dweller with Safeway, trendy restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and eateries within a couple blocks. Walk or bike to work in SOMA or the Financial District. Commuters can easily access Muni light rail, Caltrain, 101/280, and the Bay Bridge.
- Split 2 bedroom, 2 bath with large walk-in closets
- Great room of living/dining room + office nook
- Approximately 1011 sq. ft.
- 250 sq.ft. private terrace
- Large kitchen with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances & glass accented cabinets.
- In-unit washer and dryer + additional closet storage.
- One car deeded parking + storage unit.
Beneath the foot of the Oakland Bay Bridge, next to the Giants baseball stadium, and fronting along the Embarcadero, South Beach claims some of the best weather in all of San Francisco. This completely walkable neighborhood of luxury condos, luxury high rises, and luxury lofts in reconverted warehouses (detect a theme here?) attracts the affluent, those in search of an alternative lifestyle (to the automobile, that is) and those who just want to walk to work. Or to the ball game. Or to their boat.
Early Saturday mornings find residents here walking their dogs or jogging along the Embarcadero and enjoying the public art. For breakfast the Ferry Building offers a robust farmers market, out of this world Blue Bottle Coffee, and the flagship store of Cowgirl Creamery. SF MOMA and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts provide the main cultural attractions, with YBCA offering adventurous theater, dance, music and film series. Some of San Francisco's finest restaurants are located close to South Beach, including Lulu, Azie, South Park Cafe, Delancey Street. City Kayak rents boats for those who want to explore by water. And Limn provides the latest in home decor, from trendy European lines to a one-of-a-kind chandelier dipped in rubber.