8 Jordan Avenue #3
This timeless and elegant condominium lies right in the heart of Jordan Park, one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods. Featuring two spacious bedrooms and two renovated full baths, this home is distinguished by its generous space, classic detail and beautiful remodel. Step into the formal entry and be wowed by the gorgeous formal dining room, situated at the heart of the home. A stunning chef’s kitchen is located just off the dining room, with a convenient pass-through for easy entertaining. A roomy living room lies adjacent to the dining room offering an easy flow from room to room. Preserved period details, abundant closet and storage space, hardwood floors, recessed lights, laundry, a shared patio and two-car garage parking with independent access complete this home.
- Two spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets
- Two remodeled full baths
- Beautifully renovated kitchen
- Formal living and dining rooms
- Two-car garage parking with independent access
- Hardwood floors
- Entry foyer
- Abundant storage space
- Shared laundry and outdoor space
- Recessed lights
- Built in 1920, per tax records
- 1,336 square feet, per tax records
- Small, well-maintained classic Jordan Park building
- Walker’s Paradise/Excellent Transit, per Walkscore.com
- Located just steps to Laurel Village, Sacramento Street shops, the Presidio and Golden Gate Park
- HOA dues $595.95
Only steps away from the open expanses of the Presidio lies the desirable Jordan Park neighborhood. Impressive hundred-year-old Victorians and Edwardians mix lyrically with bright stucco bungalows and updated modern residences. Jordan Park has become home to many upscale families with young children, and boasts one of the best trick-or-treating spots on Halloween in San Francisco. Private schools dot the area, including Laurel School, Presidio Hill School, University High School, San Francisco Day School, Waldorf Grade School, and One Fifty Parker Avenue School. Some of the finest public school education is also available at the Claire Lilienthal Public Elementary School and George Peabody Elementary School.
Lined with elegant shops, Sacramento Street in adjacent Presidio Heights is a shopper’s paradise. One quaint storefront after another serves the desires of the stylish passersby. Don’t miss the popular markets, restaurants, cafes, and specialty bakeries in Laurel Heights including the venerable Cal-Mart Supermarket and Bryan's Grocery. And for diverse culinary palettes, take a short stroll to nearby Clement Street and check out Burma Superstar, B-Star and Chapeau, among others, and pick up some fresh produce, flowers and foods from the Clement Street Farmers’ Market, open year-round every Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm.
Combining purposes as an athletic center and as a local presenter of cultural arts, the Jewish Community Center welcomes all, and is a community hub for the area. Add in great parks, beautiful tree-lined streets, as well as excellent transportation, and it's easy to see why many who live in Jordan Park never leave.