310 Stanyan St. #302
San Francisco, CA 94118
$1,095,000 | sold $1,100,000
310 Stanyan Street #302, San Francisco, CA 94118
About 310 Stanyan St. #302
Good morning, Sunshine! Wake up in your spacious master suite and gaze out at the Presidio and the ocean beyond. Wander into the kitchen and look out over the trees in the Park. As you sip your coffee, look out at the Golden Gate Bridge and think about all the things you could do today. Cycling or roller dancing in Golden Gate Park? See the new exhibit at the de Young? Work out at the Koret Center? Shop for something new to wear tonight on the Haight? Lunch and shopping on Clement? Yes, shopping. You need a few things for your Sunset Sip this evening. Check the wine fridge and make a list.
310 Stanyan sits in the midst of some of some of San Francisco’s best neighborhoods, each with their own unique character and amenities. NoPa, Cole Valley, The Haight, Inner Richmond, and Laurel Heights are all an easy roll or stroll.
With all there is to do, the choices are endless. Feel like shopping? It’s San Francisco – you NEED the perfect Halloween costume. Feeling a little outlandish? Go try on the goodies at the Piedmont Boutique. Or just a bit more practical? SF’s best TJ’s is yours. Cole Hardware can make changing light bulbs fun. Find wine for a crowd here or something a little more special at The Spanish Table. From the practical to the fun to the outlandish, it’s here.
Even with a great kitchen, it’s good to dine out. Your culinary genius needs to be inspired. You do live in the food mecca of the world, after all. Bay Area renowned Burma Superstar will inspire you to shop the markets on Clement. Bella is just the spot when you’re missing your Italian grandmother, whether you have one or not. Grocery shopping is a nice excuse for the famed turkey sandwich at The Arguello Super Market, just down the street. Velo Rouge will feed your brunch habit and keep you caffeinated. It’s on the corner. When the coffee time of day is done, High Treason is the “wine bar that’s just right for San Francisco.” And, of course, there’s ice cream.
Too much ice cream? No problem. The Koret Center at USF invites the neighbors to be members. Between the classes, the pool, and the weight room, you’ll be in shape in no time. That is, if you can stay inside, which you won’t. Roller dance in Golden Gate Park and you’ll forget what the word “stress” means. A block away, the park will lure you and your four legged friend in daily. Because every major city needs its own herd of bison, who happen to live just down the trail from a world class art museum, a Japanese garden, and the Cal Academy of Sciences.
You may never want to leave, but if you do, your transit options are varied, frequent, and close by. Commuting is easy via multiple transit routes, and the Bay Area and beyond awaits you via nearby freeways and area transit.
Welcome to the neighborhood.