282 Pixley Street
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Intriguing 1970’s “Tales of the City” creation! Behind the ficus-covered cedar-shingled exterior, this distinctive condominium was lovingly created to meet a special vision. The use of tongue-and-groove hemlock boards throughout, the incredible use-of-space with custom, ample built-in storage, the cedar-lined closets, the nautical brass hardware, the Mexican glazed tile flooring and the clever loft area display an avid attention to detail and pride of ownership. Handsome French Doors lead to the enchanting exclusive-use yard allowing for phenomenal indoor-outdoor living. Featuring an in-unit washer & dryer, internal access from the independent garage parking and a private street entry make this a truly magical home. Ideally located on a charming one-way street near all the highly-walkable Cow Hollow amenities. Within proximity to Fillmore, Union and Chestnut Streets, the Marina Green, Crissy Field, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Presidio. This home is a real treasure!
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This scenic Bay Area neighborhood is nestled between the Marina and Pacific Heights districts. The Cow Hollow neighborhood features the condo/row houses that are synonymous with San Francisco. Located between Lyon Street and the Presidio to the West and Van Ness to the East, Cow Hollow is near a wide variety of popular San Francisco landmarks.
Within proximity to Fillmore, Union and Chestnut Streets, the Marina Green, Crissy Field, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Presidio. When it’s time for Cow Hollow residents to go shopping or out to eat, Union and Chestnut Streets are where all the excitement happens. The shopping available on these streets is both diverse and unique. Residents of Cow Hollow are within a half-mile of Presidio’s incredible activities and museums. Enjoy a refreshing walk up and around the park’s grassy hills or take a great bike ride. Bowl a few games at the Presidio Bowling Center, or explore the history of one of the pioneers of animation at The Walt Disney Family Museum. The Palace of Fine Arts is one of San Francisco’s most unique landmarks and can be visited with ease from the Cow Hollow neighborhood. Accessing the rest of the Bay Area is both easy and convenient. A short walk to the intersection of Union and Fillmore Street will take you to the Route 41 Transit Stop.From there, you can ride to the Financial District in less than 30 minutes. Film industry workers who live in Cow Hollow can walk easily to Industrial Light & Magic, while the Google Headquarters is just a 45-minute commute. If you are looking for a vibrant neighborhood with plenty to see and do, Cow Hollow is perfect for you!