Presented by Eileen Bermingham
Unparalleled Pacific Heights Living
This spacious corner residence with expansive views is situated in a contemporary condo building on a prime Pacific Heights flat block. Floor-to-ceiling windows span the length of the light-filled, dramatic living and dining areas and open to a private terrace with commanding city views. The unit features nice touches like crown moulding, wide plank white oak floors and custom shutters. You’ll enjoy the galley-style kitchen with its granite counters, Sub-Zero refrigerator, double oven, downtown and peek-a-boo Bay views.
The two bedrooms are nicely separated for privacy, and baths are remodeled with marble finishes. Ample closet space throughout, exclusive-use parking and storage, and amenities that include a protected roof deck with heated pool and incredible Bay, Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz views. Never miss a delivery with 24-hour doorperson service. The building has dual elevators, marble lobby, porte cochere, landscaped exterior and shared laundry room. Laundry service is also available.
This outstanding neighborhood is located near Lafayette Park and the Union and Fillmore Street restaurant and retail corridors. Easy downtown and North Bay access. 94 Walk and 91 Transit Scores!
• Walk-out view terrace
• 24-hour doorperson service
• Dual elevators
• Shared laundry, service available
• HOA dues: $1,292.99/month
• Dues include heat, electricity, water, trash,
grounds and pool maintenance, property
management and HOA insurance
• Easy downtown, North Bay access
• 94 Walk and 91 Transit Scores
2200 Pacific Ave, San Francisco, CA 94115
Pacific Heights is part of the northernmost section of San Francisco, an area of the city known for its rich history. It also bears a reputation as contemporary, hip, and upscale — a perfect balance between the old and the new.
Pacific Heights represents the more sophisticated image within this district of neighborhoods, with homes here being some of the most exclusive in all of San Francisco. The classic architecture can be found in the form of grand mansions, historically known as homes to the city’s most prominent residents, and today are not far off from their origin in terms of inhabitants. Indeed, successful entrepreneurs, business tycoons, philanthropists, and celebrities still seek homes here alongside a handful of local families that made their fortunes during the Gold Rush.
Cutting through the middle of the neighborhood north to south is Fillmore Street, known for its upscale boutiques, destination restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and trendy bars. This strip is straddled by two parks: Lafayette Park and Alta Plaza Park are both bubbling public green spaces that neighborhood residents and other locals are drawn to for relaxation and people watching.
History, charm, flair, and unparalleled panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge combine to make Pacific Heights a magnet for the affluent looking to put down new roots someplace rich in more ways than one.