1805 Fillmore Street Unit: 304, San Francisco, CA 94115
1805 Fillmore Street Unit: 304

1805 Fillmore Street Unit: 304

1805 Fillmore Street Unit: 304, San Francisco, CA

$1,401,001

HIGHLIGHTS
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 0.245 Acres Lot
  • 1,215 Sq.Ft. Living
  • 1986 Year Built
  • Sold Status
  • 421534532 MLS® ID
Stunning two-level penthouse condominium in the heart of Lower Pacific Heights' Fillmore corridor. This spacious home has a modern open floor plan ideal for post-covid entertaining. The first level features the main living area, dining room, kitchen, a guest bedroom and full bathroom. The upstairs features a generous primary bedroom suite with walk-in closet, sauna, and bathroom with double vanity. A walk-out terrace provides views of the San Francisco skyline. One car parking space and additional storage unit are also included. The building is adjacent to a unique private courtyard and green space perfect for enjoying on sunny days. Just steps from countless restaurants and shops, Japantown and nearby Alta Plaza Park - this is the pinnacle of elegant urban living.
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Heather Wilkerson

Heather Wilkerson

Founder, Team Lead

Drew Wilkerson

Drew Wilkerson

Founder, Team Lead

FEATURES & AMENITIES

Interior

  • Total Bedrooms2
  • Total Bathrooms2
  • Full Bathrooms2

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area1,215 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area0.245 Acres
  • MLS® ID421534532
  • TypeRESIDENTIAL
  • YEAR BUILT1986

Exterior

  • parkingGarage Door Opener, Uncovered Parking Space, Independent, On Site - Mapped (Condo Only)

Financial

  • Sales Price$1,401,001
  • HOA Fees $633/mo

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