255 14th Street | Inner Mission


  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Newly renovated kitchen and baths
  • New floors, windows, lighting, appliances, paint inside + out
  • 1,365 square feet (main level) per graphic artist
  • 275 square feet (bonus lower level) per graphic artist
  • HOA dues: $266.20 per month
  • Walk Score: 97
  • Transit Score: 100
  • Bike Score: 98


Classic San Francisco design is elevated to embrace a twenty-first century lifestyle in this turnkey full-floor condominium located on one of the best blocks of the Inner Mission, rich with its own urban amenities while crisscrossed with transit corridors connecting Hayes Valley, Mission Dolores, Mid-Market and SoMa.

Alongside a dramatic gallery-like central hall featuring original wainscoting, three full-size bedrooms sit opposite two crisp designer baths. At the rear of the home, southern light filters into the open-concept living area and remodeled entertainer’s kitchen anchored with dining island. An adjacent hobby room / home office overlooks the newly landscaped shared yard which includes direct access to an exclusive-use bonus room. In-unit laundry.

New floors and paint, new windows, new stainless appliances, and new cabinetry and lighting throughout seamlessly blend with the home’s original coved ceilings, built-in shelving and period craftsmanship. Recently completed HOA improvements include new exterior paint, new front doors and entryway lights.

HOA dues: $266.20 per month

Offered at $985,000


Showing Schedule

  • Saturday, January 12: 2-4PM
  • Sunday, January 13: 2-4PM
  • Tuesday, January 15: 2-3:30PM
  • Saturday, January 19: 2-4PM
  • Sunday, January 20: 2-4PM
  • Tuesday, January 22: 2:30-4PM


Suzanne Gregg
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Michael Basham
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4169 24th Street | Noe Valley

Exclusively Offered by InvestSF

Noe Valley Commercial Condo

  • Constructed in 2018
  • Ideally located on 24th Street at Castro Street
  • Ground floor of six-unit mixed-use building
  • Soaring 15-foot ceiling
  • ADA bathroom
  • Separate executive office on mezzanine
  • In-unit storage space
  • 720 square feet per condominium map
  • Zoned NCD – 24th Street Noe Valley Neighborhood Commercial
  • HOA dues: $240.13 per month

This modern, open span, street level commercial condominium is a rare offering indeed. Consider this property for an investment, or use for your own small business.

Noe Valley has an exhilarating rhythmic energy. While it has a small-town feel, the neighborhood itself is quite expansive. 24th Street is one of two main commercial strips lined with upscale restaurants, boutiques, and dozens of kid- and pet-friendly storefronts and cafes.

The area is known to have more stroller traffic than vehicles, making it a popular place for young families; it has an equally large population of young professionals that fill up the neighborhood bars and restaurants late into the night. Its thriving pulse, central location, and distinctive charm is a boon to business prosperity.

Coming Soon: $399,000


Suzanne Gregg
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Michael Basham
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1776-1780 Folsom Street | Mission District

Known for its Latin roots and artistic subculture, the Mission isexpressive in all its ways: from vibrant street murals to its distinctive taquerias. Dollar stores intermix with Latino local markets and street vendors. Valencia Street offers an entirely different scene with its trendy coffeehouses, modern boutiques, and offbeat, yet upscale bars. Sit back and watch an indie film at the old Roxie Theatre or see local art at one of the multiple galleries.

Available Space:

Option 1: Lot 007 & 008: 8,876sqft
Option 2: Zone B: 2,776sqft + driveway

Rate: $1.50sqft

Term: Negotiable

Available: January 1, 2019


1776-1780 Folsom zoning designation PDR-1-G – PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION & REPAIR – 1 – GENERAL

PDR-1-G District: General. The intention of this District is to retain and encourage existing production, distribution, and repair activities and promote new business formation. Thus, this District prohibits Residential and Office uses, and limits Retail and Institutional uses. Additionally, this District allows for more intensive production, distribution, and repair activities than PDR-1-B and PDR-1-D but less intensive than PDR-2. Generally, all other uses are permitted. In considering any new land use not contemplated in this District, the Zoning Administrator shall take into account the intent of this District as expressed in this Section and in the General Plan.