1 Ecker (16 Jessie) San Francisco: First Resale Hits The Market, Not Yet On MLS
This property has sold off market after one showing.
The first resale within 1 Ecker since its renovation in 2010, this is a rare 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit you won’t want to miss. Marketed “not on MLS” throughout the holiday season, now is your chance to beat the competition before (if) it gets to MLS.
Sold for $755,000, 1 Ecker (16 Jessie) unit #204 is an appealing blend of modern and timeless San Francisco charm. The original century-old building structure was painstakingly restored and updated with brand-new modern interior fixtures and finishes in every bedroom and bath. The soaring arched windows are 100% recycled, and the building’s sustainable interiors feature Bosch Energy Star® appliances (including gas range for the chef in all of us), Cesarstone kitchen counters, and bamboo flooring. Nestled among some of San Francisco’s tallest structures, the grand windows and high ceilings fill this residence with generous amounts of natural light, while the original brick structure is a welcome backdrop for modern, sophisticated living.
1 Ecker’s common area amenities include the comfortable rooftop lounge, with grill and plenty of seating for entertaining a large group or enjoying a quiet dinner for two. Sleek, comfortable modular seating allows for adjustment to meet your group’s needs, as art form meets function. Exotic foliage in vibrant hues frames an antique Balinese water fountain, a tranquil centerpiece. The lounge grill is ready to serve up favorites year-round.. The interior courtyard offers a stylish visual backdrop featuring exotic, vibrant foliage. Common areas are maintained by the building’s Home Owners Association, and monthly HOA dues of $525.72 for this unit help serve to keep them in pristine order. HOA dues also include water, garbage, and professional property management services.
The location of this wonderful city home puts you steps away from tons of shops, restaurants, clubs, art museums (MOMA), theaters (Metreon), Outdoor Parks (Yerba Buena), conference centers (Moscone), World Champion baseball stadium (Go Giants), and so much more. Multiple Zipcar® locations are within walking distance for pay-as-you-go car convenience, and the future Transbay Transit Center steps away at 1st and Mission Streets will house 11 transportation systems, including AC Transit, BART, Caltrain, Muni & Amtrak, for easy access to all of the Bay Area and beyond.
*Images are not of the actual unit; however, finishes, quality, and features are the same or better.