SOLD by Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties, 147 Day Street, No. 3, San Francisco. MLS 422647209. At last, a top-notch, top-floor, Noe Valley condominium with an effortless mix of style, function and sun. That’s what awaits you at 147 Day St, No. 3, a big, 1-bed, 1-bath home with 1-car parking at Day and Dolores. Number 3 has high-end finishes, a well-equipped chef’s kitchen, in-unit laundry room, formal dining room, large living room (+zoom room) and a generously sized bedroom with enough space for its own sitting area. Gifted with sweeping views to the west and natural light, No. 3 has a stylish bathroom, plenty of storage, newly installed designer lighting and just-refinished oak floors. The home marries the best of traditional finishes with the best of modern functionality and style. Garage parking (shared) with storage shelves. Part of an intimate, 5-unit building set on a flat block of Noe Valley that bounds the vibrant part of the Mission and Bernal, you have access to a dog run, noted eateries and shops, mass transit and freeways as well as groceries, coffee shops and neighborhood favorites like Mitchell’s Ice Cream within a block, which explains the 98 Walk Score. Visit www.147-Day.com to learn more, see the property video and floor plan and take a 3-D tour too.
“A lot of renters have become buyers,” observed real estate agent Kevin Ho. “All the talk of exodus — that’s the headline-grabbing news — but the real news is that a lot of buyers have a little more affordability. And a little more balance to the market allows them to own a piece of San Francisco.”
Ho said more of the buyers right now seem to be people who want to live in the home they’re purchasing, rather than using it as an investment. He said some of the recent changes to the law around tenant protections and rent forgiveness might be having an impact, and investors “don’t necessarily want to assume that risk.” In Mission Local.
Kevin Ho of San Francisco’s Vanguard Properties is interviewed by ABC7 Bay Area about the latest chapter in the Millennium Tower (301 Mission Street) saga a $100M fix where more than 200 pylons are to be driven into the ground to prop up the leaning luxury skyscraper.
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