1925 Laguna Street #3
1925 Laguna Street #4
1925 Laguna #3 $875,000
1925 Laguna #4 $925,000
Great Lower Pacific Heights location!
• 2 bedrooms, 1 renovated bathroom
• Living room/Dining room
• Fully equipped renovated kitchen
• Additional storage
• Leased parking available
Description of the Residence
This beautiful, renovated unit, located in coveted Lower Pacific Heights, is just a short distance from the well-renowned shops and restaurants of Fillmore Street, Japan Town, Lafayette Park, and is a stone’s throw to the exciting Divisadero Corridor.
This renovated two bedrooms, one bathroom unit enjoys a flexible floor plan and features elegant, original details preserved throughout, which exudes charm.
One will enjoy entertaining both family and friends in the living room/dining room with opens to the gourmet chef ’s kitchen. With other amenities including new appliances, hardwood floors throughout, handsome crown molding, ample closet space, deeded washer/dryer, and additional storage, this unit is a gem not to be missed!
The entryway features a coat closet.
The remodeled gourmet kitchen is a chef ’s delight, with its custom marble countertops and stainless steel appliances including:
• Bosch 6 burner stove/ oven
• Bosch dishwasher
• Bosch refrigerator
• Bosch microwave
The living/dining room, which opens to the kitchen, enjoys beautiful crown molding.
The welcoming master bedroom is a lovely retreat with sizeable closet.
The sizeable second bedroom enjoys Juliet balconies.
A fully renovated bathroom off the hallway, feature a marble floor and Toto fixtures is complete with dual sinks and a shower- over-tub.
A deeded stacked washer/dryer is found off the kitchen.
There is designated storage for the unit downstairs.
Close proximity to Fillmore Street, Lafayette Park, Japan Town, Divisadero Corridor and transportation.
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION DUES
HOA dues are $300.00 per month which includes water, trash, common area PG&E, building insurance, and reserves.
Between California and Geary and Presidio and Van Ness lies Lower Pacific Heights, a new name for an old neighborhood. As the name suggests, this is a community undergoing rapid gentrification as newcomers discover its central location, proximity to MUNI bus lines (1,2,3,38,22), and great shopping along the main axis, Fillmore Street. As property values rise throughout the city, this neighborhood will only become more desirable.
Ethnically and economically diverse, Lower Pacific Heights offers a buffet of city living. Residents can choose from the nightlife along Fillmore Street, where blues fans line up to get into the Boom Boom Room. Japantown, and its extraordinary urban mall offer restaurants and specialty retail stores. The local park, Alamo Square rewards those who climb the steps with astounding views of the city, including the oft-photographed rows of Victorians nicknamed the Painted Ladies. Those searching for inner peace can find sanctuary at the sunny, spacious and welcoming Yoga Works on Divisadero.
New restaurants along Divisadero reflect the alternative mood of this neighborhood: upbeat, adventurous, ready to try anything. Upscale Bar Crudo serves tasting platters of raw fish, Mojo Bicycle Cafe combines a bicycle retail and repair shop with a cafe and espresso bar around the corner from old school Lilly's BarBQ.