- Three Bedrooms
- Three Full Baths (one with steam)
- Media Room/At-Home Office
- Panoramic Bay Views from the Main Level of Living
- An Expansive Walk-Out View Deck
- Modern Chef’s Kitchen with Bosch Appliances
- Imaginative Designer Lighting Throughout
- One-Car Garage Parking with Interior Access
- Built in 2000
- H.O.A. Dues: $239.00/Monthly
Potrero Hill is one of San Francisco’s best-kept secrets: A sunny, mellow residential neighborhood abundant with culture.
Once upon a time, this neighborhood was home to farmers and shipbuilders, which is why its streets are named after battleships (not merely states, as some assume), and also where it got its name, Potrero, which is derived from the Spanish word for pasture. Housing developed organically as Potrero Hill transitioned into a place for those seeking a quiet life not too far from the entertainment in SOMA and the Mission and the technology startups peppering the bottom of the hill. Now, you can find a diverse range of architecture, from Victorian cottages to contemporary mansions and condominiums. 501 Mississippi is a spectacular example of Potrero’s finest in housing.
501 Mississippi, Unit 1 is a two-level home in a two-unit condominium building that was built in 2000 and has been wonderfully maintained and magically renovated since that time. Very few homes offer the number of amenities found in this one including breath-taking views over the bay, a huge walk-out deck, an ultra-modern kitchen with Bosch appliances, a garage with interior access, and a very spacious and versatile room on the lower level. This room is comfortably used as a media room, an at-home office, or as an additional bedroom given it also has an adjacent full bathroom.
The beautiful entry gardens at the front door provide a glimpse into the retreat that exists once through the front door. It is easy to visualize enjoying quiet evenings watching the moon rise over the bay from your living room yet just as natural to imagine the home full of guests enjoying a dinner party on the deck watching The City lights come to life as cargo ships pass by on the bay.
More information at: www.501mississippi.com