Facts About Number 411

  • 855 sqft (as per condo map)
  • Radiant Heat & Tankless Water Heater
  • Gas Bertazzoni Stove/Oven, Viking Hood
  • Bosch Dishwasher, Insinkerator Garbage Disposal
  • Hardwood Floors in main living and kitchen
  • Wool carpet in Bedroom
  • In-Unit Laundry — Frigidaire washer & electric dryer
  • Ample Closet Space — Master has custom Elfa closet system
  • Storage Cage (Level G2, Room H, Storage locker 100)
  • 2 Bicycle Racks in front of parking space (Level G2, Spot 144)
  • HOA Monthly Dues: $434.74 (includes high-speed internet)

S O L D 

Modern Dogpatch Serenity in Esprit Park

Stylish & Modern Dogpatch Condominium Flanked by Two Courtyards with a Quiet Feel, Parking & Patio

Number 411 is a chic, serene and spacious condominium with 1 bed/1.5 baths, modern amenities, and conveniences in the ever-popular Dogpatch neighborhood located on the 4th floor with garage parking and storage unit. Built in 2008/2009, this larger-than-usual floor plan is located at the end of a corridor and has: a top-line gas & granite kitchen with external venting, wood floors, a walk-out patio, radiant heat, tankless water heater (for endless showers), large wool-carpeted bedroom with generous closet storage and in-unit laundry with included high-speed internet. Number 411 is part of a dog-friendly building with a community-based HOA. Amenities include a 2-level gym, theater, common meeting room, secure bike storage room and keyless entry. Number 411 is flanked by a gentle bamboo courtyard on one side and quiet babbling-brook reflecting pool courtyard on the other that creates a modern oasis.

OFFERED AT: $739,000

 Offer Presented and Accepted in less than 72 hours from Number 411’s debut. 

SOLD: $825,000 (+12%)

(August 22, 2014) 

The Layout (Approximately).

It's the Dogpatch's time in the sun: 868 Minnesota, Number 411

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The 411 on Dogpatch.

Dogpatch Rising.

Esprit Park sits in the middle of the Dogpatch neighborhood, which has seen a dramatic transformation over the past 5–10 years. Once home to the Hell’s Angels and the City Attorney now the neighborhood is still home to this unlikely pair but it is also home to the latest restaurants, residential developments (historic loft conversions as well as new construction) and will be home to UCSF, the Golden State Warriors and for future redevelopment of the Bay by Piers 70 and 72. The influx of tech companies, new residents and the T-MUNI line has transformed .

Getting Around: The Dogpatch serves as the stepping off point to the East Bay and to Silicon Valley via U.S. 280 , 101 and CalTrain. You’re also near AT&T Park, UCSF’s new campus and Mission Bay.

The Lay of the Land.


868 Minnesota’s Scores.

According to Walk Score, here’s how 868 Hickory ranks on their 100-point scale:

  • 82 — Very Walkable
  • 77 — Excellent Transit
  • 79 — Very Bikeable

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For More About Dogpatch, check out coverage from SF Curbed.

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