• $1,730,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 1,879 SqFt
  • MLS# 456565


509 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE is a sensational top floor condominium inside a polished two-unit building located in a great spot of Potrero Hill, and next to Dogpatch. This spacious three-bedroom, three-bath condo features breathtaking views of the bay, bridge, and downtown from every room.

The gourmet chef’s kitchen was masterfully remodeled in 2017 to include granite counters, high-end appliances, custom wood cabinetry, and a distinctive dining counter.  The home’s open dining and living room is offset by a magnificent floor-to-ceiling, stone wood burning fireplace that creates a warm and welcoming dining atmosphere. Brand new ebony hardwood floors, custom paint, recessed lighting and direct access to a small walk out balcony completes this main living area.

On the second level, you’ll find two exceptionally large sized bedrooms—one of which features an elegant en suite bathroom with a shower over tub, custom vanity, mirrored double closets—as well as a full guest bathroom. Follow up the central staircase to a fabulous private outdoor deck (513 SqFt) and take in the wonderful bay and city views. The top floor private master suite also includes an elegant en suite bathroom with custom vanity, multiple skylights, his and her closets with double mirrors, a corner floor-to-ceiling wood burning fireplace, and stunning water views.

One car, side by side parking, additional storage space, and a private washer and dryer are located in the shared garage. Monthly HOA dues of $170 and cover building insurance and reserves. Informal HOA self-managed by owners of each unit in the building.


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20th St


San Francisco


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About Potrero Hill

At-a-Glance Rich in history, Potrero Hill originally served as Native American hunting grounds and rich farmland. But the late 1800s saw a wave of immigrants from Italy, Ireland and Scotland populating the land. In fact, so dense was its Celtic immigrant population that, as recently as the early 20th century, Potrero Hill was referred to as Scottish Hill. Potrero Hill would remain home to blue collar, working-class families until the mid 1990s, when gentrification and the dot-com era made the neighborhood more attractive to the white collar professional set. In a Few Words Easy commute access Living Here Thanks in part to it weekly newspaper, The Potrero View , and the century-old Potrero Hill N...

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