Rob Costabile Presents:
San Francisco Green Living - $899,000
- 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
- Master Suite Opening to Private Deck
- Open Floor Plan
- In-Unit Laundry
- Secure Garage Parking
- HOA Dues: $326.22
Situated at the center of the Valencia Corridor, in one of the City’s hottest neighborhoods, this stunning sustainable construction presents a home owner with urban living at its best.
Designed by award-winning architect, John Maniscalco, and “green pioneers”, LORAX Development, this showcase building and unit boasts many green features including wood floors made from reclaimed mine timbers, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified built-in Alpi & Teak cabinetry, recycled blue jean denim insulation, and recycled glass tiles.
Natural light gleams through the public rooms and gourmet kitchen featuring a Viking stove, quartz countertops, and a breakfast bar, flowing to an open floor plan with a living room and dining room combination and custom built office nook.
The large master suite features Halila limestone floors, Duravit sinks, a Zuma soaking tub, and a separate shower with glass tile, and leads to a large private deck. The second bathroom and bedroom is positioned on the other side of the flat creating the feel of a private en suite.
Recessed lighting, CAT 5 wiring, in-unit laundry, central heat, and garage parking complete this beautiful home.
You will love the convenience of being close to the shops and restaurants on Valencia and Mission streets, BART, shuttle bus stops, and access to the 101/280 freeways.
BUILDING AND UNIT GREEN FEATURES
- Solar system
- Living roof
- Recycled glass tiles
- Ultra-Touch® Recycled “blue jean” denim insulation
- Wood floors made from reclaimed mine timbers
- High Efficiency water heaters
- Double Insulated glass windows
- Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified lumber
- Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified veneers and cabinets
- Engineered structural lumber
- Hardie® Fiber Cement siding
- High volume (40%) fly ash concrete
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The Mission is one of San Francisco's most vital neighborhoods. Grand, century-old homes can still be found along the sunny palm tree-lined Dolores, Church, and Guerrero Streets. Smaller Victorian cottages dot the intimate, quiet cross streets and alleys.
The oldest building in San Francisco is here. Founded in 1776, Mission Dolores still stands at 16th Street and Dolores, and is open to visitors as well as those attending its services. Two blocks away, Dolores Park is a favorite neighborhood hangout, and informal home to the San Francisco Mime Troupe. On sunny days the gently sloping greensward is thronged with sizzling sun worshipers. On warm nights the park is just as crowded with hipsters taking in the scene.
Stroll along Valencia Street any evening, and you'll experience an urban planner's dream. Thousands of young residents out for a bite to eat, a standing room only reading at the Make Out Room, tuning up their bikes at The Freewheel, or checking out the latest avant-garde performance at Dance Mission. There are lines out the door at upscale tapas restaurant Andalu, and the homey Breton-style crepe-maker Ti Couz. Dave Egger's 826 Valencia foundation for kids offers writing workshops next to Paxton Gate, a store full of curiosities designed to spark anyone's imagination.
Access to public transportation is plentiful in the Mission. In addition to bus lines there are two BART stations, at 16th and Mission and 24th and Mission.