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250 King St., Suite 1300
Marla Moresi-Valdes presents:
Live with breathtaking panoramic views of the city and horizon from every window in this desirable Northwest facing corner unit, boasting over 1,200 square feet of modern living space, bright light, floor-to-ceiling windows, open great room, two private bedrooms (one en suite) and two full bathrooms.
Step into the 13th floor condominium to find a modern open floor plan living space featuring chocolate wide-planked wood flooring. An open chef’s kitchen on the right, with two-toned cabinets, boasting a full suite of stainless appliances, including refrigerator with ice and water in door, modern induction cooktop, stainless steel sink, and black quartz counter tops, underneath a huge window that juts out to maximize additional city views and light.
The kitchen opens to a large living great room. Here massive floor-to-ceiling windows provide a spectacular setting from which to gaze out at landmark sites both west and north, including Sutro Tower, Twin Peaks, Salesforce Tower, and the sparkling city skyline. Perch on a large window seat/sill to take in the awesome unobstructed north facing views.
Head down an adjacent hallway to find a bright bedroom on the left, complete with fully outfitted modern closet, window seat underneath soaring window with a peek-a-boo view of Bay Bridge. Opposite the bedroom is a full bathroom with granite countertop over new vanity and a shower over tub, with European style glass enclosure.
At the end of the hall, step into a light-filled and sumptuous primary suite–designed for comfort–including a fully-outfitted wall of two custom-designed closets in the entrance hall and a full bath with rainwater shower head over bath with European enclosure. The well-appointed bedroom offers custom cabinetry built-ins, and a window bench below a huge window with more sensational city views.
Take the elevator down to your prime garage parking spot directly beside the elevator or check out the stellar facilities at the Beacon. The Beacon is a luxurious 24-hour doorman building offering an appealing array of on-site amenities, including fitness center, sauna, outdoor lap pool and jacuzzi, private club house with kitchen, conference room with media private dog park, 24/7 concierge and more.
Walk outside and you’re in the lively Mission Bay neighborhood, a sport’s fan paradise, adjacent Oracle Park or a quick stroll to Chase Center, as well as a haven for restaurants, bars and clubs. Explore the Embarcadero Waterfront, SOMA, the Ferry building or new 5.4-acre transit center roof-top park on foot. With easy access to public transportation, freeways and Tech shuttle stops, this prime location offers the best of SF living!
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Please Contact Marla Moresi-Valdes
Sotheby's International Realty
Broker Associate/Top Producer
Likely the newest Neighborhood in San Francisco, Mission Bay rises from the former train yards once owned by Southern Pacific. Here, surrounding the UC Medical Center, you’ll find exclusive condominiums by the score placed in service of the booming high tech, and biotech industries. 6,000 units on 300 acres gracing the shores of the city, with jaw-dropping views across the bay of the picturesque Berkeley/Oakland Hills.
One of the sunnier parts of town, residents can joy rooftop gardens with unparalleled 360 degree vistas. San Francisco’s most recent Library, the first in 40 years, can be found here. There is also the newly constructed Whole Foods Market on 4th Street.
This chic new part of town, stands in direct contrast to the historic Victorians, and old freight warehouses of nearby Dogpatch. A very fun set of cafes and restaurants have sprung up in this lively district. These include classic diners, gourmet pizza parlors, and down-home waterfront restaurants where you can find an old fashioned burger and fries, with weekend brunch options through the roof.
One amazing aspect to life in Mission Bay is its remarkable proximity to downtown SF. Within 8-blocks, you have passed the ballpark, SF Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), and entered the bustling Financial District. Transportation from Mission Bay can’t be beat. The Mission Creek Bike path is a tremendous asset, opening up many options without a car. MUNI lines, with extensions of the N Judah and T Third Street, connect the neighborhood with downtown San Francisco. The Caltrain Station makes rapid commutes available to the south Bay and San Jose. Mission Bay is also close to the all freeway entrances, including 101, 280-South, and 80-East.