When it comes to real estate, there is location, but when it comes to 1487 Chestnut Street and being lucky enough to call this property home, there is location, location, location.

Situated on the corner of Chestnut and Gough streets in an area of the Marina deemed NOT on landfill, this quintessential top floor, corner unit, Marina condominium is bathed in natural light, early century charm, and the warmth of hardwood floors throughout. With all of the modern amenities you’ve come to love, a great floor plan, ample closet space, and a Marina location to live for (walk to Marina Green, Moscone Recreation Center, Aquatic Park, Union, Chestnut & Polk Street shops/restaurants, and so much more), you’ll be the envy of all your friends.

Home Highlights:
1 bedroom
1 bath
Formal Dining Room (could be used as second bedroom/office)
Formal Living Room
Granite Countertops
Kitchen Bar Seating area
Washer & Dryer in unit
View Roof Deck (shared)
Hardwood floors
Deeded Private Garage w/ 1 car parking
Additional Storage
HOA Fees: $201/mo (includes: building insurance, water, sewer, and garbage)
Approx. 945 square feet
Year Built: 1923
Walk Score: 92 (Walker’s Paradise)
Amazing Marina location
List Price: $849,000

Showing schedule:
Sunday 2/8 from 1-4pm
Tuesday 2/10 from 10-11:30
Thursday 2/12 from 5-7pm
Saturday 2/14 from 1-4pm
Sunday 2/15 from 1-4pm
Tuesday 2/17 10:30-12
Private Showings by appointment
Offer Date: Wednesday 2/18 by 12 noon

Listing Agent & Contact:
Alexander Clark
Paragon Real Estate Group
415-254-5351
alexclark@gmail.com

This is an awesome property in an amazing location. Please come to any one of the showings, send your friends/family, and make sure to introduce yourself. If you can’t make it during one of the times, just give us a shout and we’ll make sure to get you in.

For more information about San Francisco’s Liquefaction/Landfill areas, check out our posts on the matter a long time back:

San Francisco Neighborhoods Prone To Liquefaction and Earthquake Induced Landslides: Bedrock vs. Landfill Take Two [theFrontSteps]
A Map Of Bedrock Vs. Landfill [theFrontSteps]
Liquefaction Zones of San Francisco’s Marina District [theFrontSteps]

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