2519 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Beautifully Renovated 3 BR/3 BA Condominium in the Heart of the Marina



Spectacular renovation of a house-like two-level condominium in the heart of the Chestnut Street corridor offering walkability to the finest of shops and restaurants! 
This extremely well appointed 3BR/3BA home has been recently renovated to include state of the art appliances and timeless upgrades for even the most discerning clientele. 
While maintaining the vintage details of this 1938 Rousseau and seamlessly incorporating today’s contemporary design elements and updated systems, the construction quality and open floorplan make this a very convenient and functional space. 
Upon entry to the foyer you are greeted by period detail and soaring ceilings in the living room and timeless molding detail in the dining room. 
Renovated in 2017, the kitchen features sharkskin gray ceramic flooring, new subway white tile backsplash and white princess quartz counter tops, with upgraded LED and lighting throughout.  The stunning stainless steel appliance package features a state of the art Thermador range, oven, and dishwasher. The eat-in breakfast nook is the perfect setting for coffee in the morning as it is awash in natural light through the light well.     
The two ample-sized bedrooms on the main floor each have access to their own full baths and both feature sliding doors to the outside balcony overlooking the beautiful magnolia tree and very private garden and seating area. Each bedroom includes recently installed hypoallergenic carpeting and features ample closet space with upgraded contemporary recessed lighting. 
The spa-like master suite is very large and features radiant heat throughout the entire lower level.  The master bedroom provides direct access to the beautifully landscaped very private yard.  The master bathroom also features radiant heated floors, dual showerheads with European accessories, and a steam shower providing easy access to the outdoor shower and the hot tub, perfectly located for privacy behind the Zen-like magnolia tree. 
Also included are two car tandem parking and an abundance of additional storage in garage. 
This property was seismically upgraded with steel beams, footings, and new sheer wall in 1990 and again in 2000, per 3R report.  Buyer advised to investigate. 
Location, Location, Location – walk to everything!   
Marina District – one of SF’s most coveted neighborhoods.  Known for its flat blocks and easy access to shopping, recreation and restaurants.  Boasting some of the best weather in San Francisco, the Chestnut street shopping district is highly desirable with its easy access to popular boutiques, cafés and restaurants.     
In the Neighborhood:   
Palace of Fine Arts   
The Presidio   
Crissy Field    
Golden Gate Recreation Area   
Marina Green   
Fort Mason   
The Presidio Movie Theater   
Walk to Union Street Corridor   
Marina Market   
Marina Safeway   
Walk to Restaurants:   
Squat & Gobble   
Super Duper Burger   

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About Marina District

The Marina District is a neighborhood located in San Francisco, California. The neighborhood sits on the site of the 1915 Panama–Pacific International Exposition, staged after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake to celebrate the reemergence of the city. Aside from the Palace of Fine Arts (POFA), all other buildings were demolished to make the current neighborhood. The Marina currently has the highest non-Hispanic whiteresident percentage of any recognized neighborhood in San Francisco. 
The area is bounded to the east by Van Ness Avenue and Fort Mason; on the west by Lyon Street and the Presidio National Park; on the south by Cow Hollow and Lombard St, which bisects the southern edge of the Marina District. The northern half of the Marina is a shoreline of the San Francisco Bay, and features the Marina Green, a picturesque park adjacent to the municipal boat marina from which the neighborhood takes its name. 
Much of the Marina is built on former landfill,and is susceptible to soil liquefaction during strong earthquakes. This phenomenon caused extensive damage to the entire neighborhood during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.

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OPEN HOUSE Saturday April 27, 2:00 – 4:00PM       
OPEN HOUSE Sunday April 28, 2:00 – 4:00PM       
Additional showings by appointment.


Bryant Kowalczyk

GPK Luxury Real Estate

CalBRE #01263605

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