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May 25, 2011

Walk Score Winners: Eureka, NoPa, Mission

One of the best things about San Francisco is its walkability factor. Today we take a look at three very centrally located condos that have high Walk Scores:

374 Sanchez, Eureka Valley
100 Walk Score

You can’t get a higher Walk Score than 100! 374 Sanchez is a 2BR/2BA unit with about 1,560 square feet and leased parking ($225/mo). HOAs are $220/mo. This stretch of Sanchez is extremely appealing due to its tree-lined street, and it’s in close proximity to Market Street transportation, Duboce Park, the Castro and Mission Dolores.

2168 Fell, NoPa
91 Walk Score

2168 Fell is a more contemporary condo, built in 1999. It features 3BRs/3BAs, two-car parking and HOA dues of $250/mo. For those who think Fell is too busy, keep in mind that this particular location is on a one-block long, tree-lined section of Fell that’s off the main thoroughfare. You’re right near Golden Gate Park, as well as everything NoPa and the Haight have to offer. I really liked this unit when I saw it on tour yesterday; there’s definitely good space for the money, and the deeded yard is a real plus.

469 Capp, Mission
97 Walk Score

>469 Capp is a 1940s-era, 2BR/1BA top-floor condo with about 1327 square feet. There’s two-car parking and a large deeded deck. You are truly in the heart of the Mission here, so expect a fair amount of street activity—and a superior microclimate. Very functional floor plan and guess what? They already have an offer. So you may need to move quickly at this point.

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