Presented by Tiffany Pavon
- Polished concrete flooring
- Smooth plaster wall finish & low VOC paint throughout
- Custom steel handrail with metal patina finish & aircraft cable
- High-efficiency lighting on Lutron wifi-enabled dimmable smart switches
- Upgraded electrical wiring & all new electrical outlets throughout
- Floor to ceiling hand block printed blackout curtains & sheers with electric remote control
- Jacket & shoe storage nook
- Nest thermostat controlled heating & industrial ceiling fan
- Matte black anthracite cabinets (made from 100% recycled materials)
- Artisan-crafted wood island countertop (made from 10+ local & exotic wood species)
- Black quartz countertop & under-mounted sink with extendable delta faucet
- White geometric tile backsplash with birch wood floating shelves
- Spice rack open shelving in natural oak
- Samsung french door refrigerator in stainless steel
- Samsung dual-convection electric range with counter-flush cooktop
- Bosch water-efficient dishwasher in stainless steel
- Wall-mounted range hood in stainless steel
- Carrera marble tiled shower with glass door
- Dual-flush water-efficient Toto toilet in black porcelain
- Black geometric ceramic tile flooring
- Eco-friendly solid rubberwood vanity with ceramic sink
- Double mirror storage cabinets with integrated lighting
- Built-in wardrobe-style closets with interior drawers & shelving
- Open shelving storage
- Pet-resistant weave carpet
- Soaring 16-foot high ceilings with dual-pane full-height glass windows
- French doors open to deeded patio
- New hot water heater
68 McCoppin St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Hayes Valley blends old-fashioned charm with the buzz of an up-and-coming vibrant neighborhood. Transformed from its prior reputation as the seedy neighbor of its trendier surrounding districts, it has successfully bloomed as a corridor filled with a diverse population, upscale retailers, and prominent restaurants.
The residential properties in Hayes Valley offer dwellings for every style of life. Victorian, Queen Anne and Edwardian townhomes are prevalent while new developments have been abundantly building skyward and attracting young professionals to the flourishing district.
Hayes Valley is a perfect example of a community and neighborhood motivated by a devastating and destructive event. It is from the ashes of the 1989 earthquake that Hayes Valley began to take its current form. When the Central Freeway collapsed within its borders, the city’s decision not to rebuild it became an opportunity for the region to build up a commercial and residential hot spot free from the noisy and pollutant backdrop of the freeway.
Trendy fashion boutiques, hip art galleries, high-end interior-decorating shops, destination restaurants, and hopping nightspots have taken up permanent residence where fallen buildings and businesses once stood. Unique for a big city, this fast-growing upscale neighborhood continues to radiate a nonexclusive vibe welcoming all San Franciscans to enjoy the fruits of its success.
With old-school small businesses revived, luxury developments taking rise, and new establishments putting down roots, Hayes Valley is high on the list as one of the most desirable neighborhoods to reside in San Francisco.