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2 Bedroom(s) | 2 bathroom(s) | Laundry In Unit | 42,959 Lot SQFT | 1,315 sqft | Built In 2007
This Spacious Mission Bay two bedroom, two bath unit offers the sophistication of contemporary elegance. Very rarely can you find a unit with everything: water views, two bedrooms and outdoor space. Finished with fine materials and detailing, this waterfront condominium is a tranquil oasis in one of San Francisco’s most dynamic locations.
Located in the heart of Mission Bay at the city’s South waterfront, this residence features unobstructed water views in a coveted location on Mission Creek. Living in 235 Berry Street means you have a multitude of lifestyle options just outside your front door and endlessly more via the Caltrain and Muni station, just two blocks away. If you love exercising or being outside, living a few steps from the Mission Creek makes going for a run, roller blading, bike ride, or casual walk a breeze. With the waterfront so close, you can also kayak, sail at the South Beach Marina, or be at the World Champion Giant’s ball park in just a few minutes.
You will have more time to enjoy the fabulous shopping, dining, entertainment, and scenery of Mission Bay and SOMA/South Beach since you will not have to worry about parking or traffic. Trendy neighborhoods like South Park and Potrero Hill combine with famous attractions like AT&T Park, the Ferry Building, Yerba Buena Gardens, SF MoMa, the Civic Center, all only minutes away. New eatery, The Market Hall, Marlowe, 25 Lusk, Nama Sushi, Tsunami Mission Bay, and Philz Coffee are just a few of the many options at your doorstep. Enjoy the best of San Francisco from a refined urban perspective.
About San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the world’s premier cities. From its most famous icon, the Golden Gate Bridge, to the exquisite Palace of Fine Arts, the city provides unrivaled attractions, museums, festivals, and art. Dining out is rich with possibilities, from organic Asian fusion to seafood caught fresh that morning.
For those who choose to live in San Francisco, the city offers a lifestyle that would be hard to match just about anywhere else on earth. The Ferry Building Marketplace at the foot of Market Street provides a year-round food emporium and a farmers’ market for local growers. Golden Gate Park attracts walkers, bicyclers, and museum-goers. The Embarcadero invites a long, lingering stroll along the waterfront before stopping for a bite to eat at one its many bayside restaurants. San Francisco inspires its residents to dream big, whether they are walking in the sand at Ocean Beach or jogging along a path at Crissy Field within sight of the Golden Gate Bridge.
San Francisco is home to more than 40 distinct neighborhoods, each of which provides residents with a unique living experience. Standing on your deck in Sea Cliff watching the fog roll in across the Marin Headlands, you can convince yourself that you are in the Scottish Highlands. Russian Hill residents enjoy the sounds of clanging, Hyde-Powell cable cars along with dazzling views, tiny pocket parks, and outstanding international cuisine. In SOMA, where Victorian cottages exist with former printing factories turned into luxury lofts and tech company offices, inhabitants live and work in a highly walkable district. Noe Valley is popular with families. Potrero Hill, with its single-family Victorian homes, sunny weather, and killer views, offers easy commutes to downtown San Francisco and Silicon Valley.