2020 Ellis Street #402
Designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects, 2020 Ellis #402 is a modern, light-filled open plan 1BR/1BA condo on the top, penthouse level. This boutique elevator building, an example of extraordinary contemporary design, is on the vibrant Divisadero corridor. You’ll love the nine foot ceilings, Juncker’s hardwood floors, marble tiled bath, hydronic radiant heating, deeded parking and storage. Superb finishes throughout, including Arclinea Italian cabinetry with stainless steel trim. Featured is a marvelously sleek chef’s kitchen with Wolf gas range, Liebherr built-in refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Electrolux built-in oven & microwave, built-in storage and a very smart use of space. Access to the furnished, common view roof deck is conveniently just outside the door. Common area laundry room on the ground level. As beautifully designed as this condo was when the current owners bought it, they’ve since added numerous, luxurious upgrades that must be seen to be believed.
Perfectly situated at the center of the City and immediately adjacent to both UC Mount Zion and Kaiser Hospital campuses, the location affords quick, easy access to downtown and the Richmond District via public transportation. Minutes from NOPA shops and restaurants to the south and all the amenities of Pacific Heights to the north; also near Apple, Genentech & other shuttle stops, Muni & highways 101/280. With a Walkscore of 94, it’s a “Walker’s Paradise”.
Anza Vista sits atop a hill near the University of San Francisco. It is primarily a residential neighborhood that offers some lovely views. Typical architecture dates from the '30s and '40s with a Spanish-Mediterranean flair along with some slightly newer Art Deco homes. Most have yards and ample parking. The nearby Jewish Community Center is located at California and Presidio and offers art, dance and gym classes. Laurel Village is handy for shopping and offers some dining opportunities as well. Alamo Square is right next door, home to some historical buildings, such as the Imperial Russian Consulate and the fabulous "Painted Ladies," six beautifully restored Victorian homes that survived the 1906 earthquake and fire.