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2811 Market Street is an oversized, cleverly designed studio in a 1922 Edwardian building in the heart of the Castro. Bathed in light from three sides, this top-floor corner unit is beloved for many reasons in addition to its incredible location: quaint historic features, a large kitchen and dining area, tight-knit building community, and stunning views including the Caselli Mansion to the south and Eureka Valley to the west.
Period charm abounds here, with hardwood floors and original trim combining to create an unforgettable ambiance. A stunning remodeled kitchen features maple cabinetry and all stainless-steel appliances, providing a perfect environment for culinary experimentation. Add in a private single-car garage, extra basement storage, and an efficient, congenial homeowners’ association and you’ve got an unbeatable package.
Now let’s talk location. The Castro District is one of the city’s most hotly desired neighborhoods, a longstanding tribute to independence and reclamation of one’s identity. Here you’ll find historic locales such as the Twin Peaks Tavern, a gay bar that made history in 1972 by featuring floor-to-ceiling window rather than hiding patrons in dark corners. You’ll discover all stripes of identity through a variety of cuisines, retail, and entertainment. You’ll love the proximity to Dolores Park as well as transportation. Whether you’re tucking into a hearty meal at Frances or clinking glasses at Blackbird, you’ll know you’ve truly come home.
San Francisco’s landmark Castro District is one of the most highly sought after neighborhoods.