Our latest edition of Walk Score Winners showcases a trio of condos in iconic San Francisco neighborhoods that offer proximity to restaurants, public transportation, shops and cafes. Let’s get to it:
Boasting the highest Walk Score possible, 724 Clayton is a 2BR/1BA condo with a remodeled kitchen (above), formal dining room and in-unit laundry. The second bedroom is half of the double parlor, which means you’re separated from the living room by a set of large pocket doors. The unit is located on the first floor of a two-unit building and comes with one-car parking. HOA dues are $280/mo. This is a great location in the heart of the Haight/Cole Valley, and all the shops, stores and public transportation you’ll need.
1335 Minna #2, Mission
98 Walk Score
Last sold for $850,000 in 2005, 1335 Minna #2 is a two-level 1BR/2BA loft that is now on the market for $925,000. The 1948-square foot unit occupies the middle floor of a three-unit building and has soaring ceilings and an oversized master suite. One of the two gas-burning fireplaces is pictured above, and separates the dining and living areas. There’s one-car parking, and HOA dues are $396/month.
3117 Buchanan, Cow Hollow
97 Walk Score
3117 Buchanan is a top-floor, 2BR/1BA Edwardian condo with Golden Gate and Palace of Fine Arts views. Located within a six-unit building, the unit has high ceilings, moldings and a deck off the kitchen. HOA dues are $178/month. The condo was last sold in 2007 for $846,000, so the sellers seem to be realistic about the current market. You’re pretty much at the center of all the north end retail areas such as Fillmore, Chestnut and Union Streets.