250 26th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121
Welcome to 250 26th Avenue in San Francisco’s vibrant Lake Street Corridor! This top-floor condominium boasts four bedrooms, two full baths, and ~1,780 square feet (per FloorPlanVisuals).
Extensively renovated (entire building, to-the-studs) around 10 years ago, this lovely home features an open, entertainment-style layout with a chef's kitchen anchoring the residence.
The kitchen features a top-end stainless appliance package by Thermador, including a 6-burner gas range with hood ventilation, side-by-side refrigerator with icemaker, dishwasher, and microwave integrated into the island. The oversized island features three hanging light pendants from above. White marble subway tiles grace the backsplash, and glass-faced cabinets over granite counters add style.
The adjacent living room is centered by a gas fireplace and features an integrated speaker system. Sutro Tower and Saint Ignatius are visible through the window and 3-inch engineered hardwoods run throughout.
Just off the kitchen is the dining room, which can accommodate a proper 6-person dining table, perfect for dinner parties and family gatherings! A new chandelier hangs from above. Stylish recessed lighting runs throughout the rest of the home.
Located at the rear for maximum privacy and seclusion is the primary bedroom suite. This room is the entire width of the building and features a bay window and sitting area. The room faces East and receives glorious morning sunshine which beams through the large picture windows. Dual closets including a walk-in and a spa-like bath are some of the features.
The primary bath features a stall shower and Jacuzzi tub combo. Tiled wainscoting, a dual vanity with Delta fixtures, and warm travertine tiles make the space.
Up the main hall towards the front of the residence are three spacious bedrooms, which could accommodate more residents, guests, or be re-purposed into a home office, home gym, or anything else your heart desires! A luxuriously appointed full bath is located on the hall servicing the three bedrooms. The tastefully tiled bath has a shower over tub and granite-topped vanity.
A large coat closet and laundry room are also located on the main hall. The laundry room features a stackable washer and dryer by Samsung. Downstairs you will find one-car parking in the garage and access to a shared backyard. There is a large storage room also located in the garage to keep the home clutter-free.
Per the CC&Rs, the home may be outfitted with skylights and solar added to the roof. CAT5e runs throughout, ensuring uncompromising internet speeds.
All in all, this quality home provides an incredible list of amenities to maximize your lifestyle! Check out the neighborhood details to learn more.
Lake District is named for Lake Street, which acts as the border between this delightful neighborhood and the Presidio. The big attractions for residents are many-fold, including good schools, substantial 100-year-old homes, and daily access to the open spaces of the Presidio, Baker Beach, Lands End hiking, and the Presidio Golf Course. Tennis and basketball enthusiasts will find courts close by, along with a playground for younger children.
A well-manicured and affluent neighborhood, the streets are quiet and tree-lined, displaying a blend of stately, immaculate Edwardians and grand Victorians. Many of the area homes boast large backyards, providing a chance to escape the grind of city life, and giving kids a place to run.
Schools, both public and private are exceptional. On the private side, Adda Clevenger Prep and the prestigious Katherine Burke School for girls offer a high-caliber K-8 education. Frank McCoppin, the public elementary school has a notable reputation, having scored an 827 of the California API.
Clement Street, offers extensive shopping and dining for locals. The district is renowned for its variety of affordable ethnic restaurants, produce markets, and well-appointed specialty stores.
Commuting is a breeze down California Street to the Financial District, or down Park Presidio or Great Highway to connect to the Peninsula arteries. For the scenic route, take Great Highway to Skyline Boulevard!