863 Waller Street
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Buena Vista Trophy Investment
Welcome to The Alpine, a Buena Vista trophy investment building built in 1907 and has 10 apartments rented as 2-bedroom & 1-bathroom units with formal entry foyers, hardwood floors, high ceilings, double-paned windows, and their own outdoor patios.
Maintained and operated for 45 years by the same owner, this handsome building has 11,856 square feet per public record and shows pride of ownership throughout. Some units have lovely downtown views, remodeled kitchens with granite countertops, wood cabinets, and stainless steel appliances.
Features include a gorgeously painted Edwardian facade, ornate door frames and molding, decorative fireplaces, bay windows, pocket doors, vintage light fixtures, and coved and beam ceilings. The central staircase spirals up to the top floor which is brightened by a large skylight.
The building is soft story and 2021 fire alarm system compliant. Solar panels collect power to warm the water in hot water storage tanks. There is also a coin-operated laundry room, bike parking, and owner’s storage. Annual rents are $364,824.
Located in the nexus of NOPA, Castro, Haight and Duboce Triangle, a few neighborhood sites include Buena Vista Park, The Panhandle, Duboce Park, CMPC Davies Campus, Sightglass cafe, Nopa and Nopalito restaurants, Whole Foods & Falletti’s, and the Castro Theater. Commuting is a breeze with public transit and corporate shuttle stops nearby. 863 Waller is a unique opportunity for investors to acquire a prized asset in a coveted location.
Just above the Parnassus and Ashbury Heights neighborhood rises the slopes of Buena Vista Park, a densely wooded 36-acre urban escape in the center of the city. Climb the stairs at Haight and Baker and you'll rapidly ascend to fantastic views of the city, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Angel Island. The local neighborhood association has done a fantastic job in making the park family friendly.
Buena Vista/Ashbury homes include fine examples of grand Victorians, colonial revival, restored carriage houses, shingled Tudors, and Queen Anne towers, boasting ornate scroll work, onion domes and stained glass windows.
Parnassus/Ashbury Heights neighborhood is primarily residential, full of young families and professionals. On Halloween, the best block party for five year olds in San Francisco can be found on Belvedere Street, which closes to traffic and attracts thousands of kids and their families. Entire blocks are decorated. Most residents shop and dine downhill along nearby Cole Street in Cole Valley, the small markets on Parnassus, and the Haight. Golden Gate Park is a short walk away.
Access to public transportation is excellent. The 37 CORBETT bus stops on Buena Vista Avenue East, and offers connections to Market Street buses and trolleys. The 7 HAIGHT bus stops at Haight and Baker Streets, and travels downtown via Haight and Market Streets. The N JUDAH trolley that connects Ocean Beach to downtown San Francisco stops at Carl and Cole, which makes commuting quick.
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Contact Mike Tekulsky