Roof Deck Renderings
2859 Steiner is a well-maintained three-unit Victorian building in the epicenter of Pacific Heights and Cow Hollow. This investment property with distinctive architecture and period details offers unlimited possibilities. The vacant top floor unit provides the opportunity to owner-occupy while generating income from the other two units or purchase as an investment in the most sought-after neighborhood in San Francisco. The middle unit and ground-floor studio will be vacant in 2020 as both tenants have agreed to a move-out date (buyer to verify). Rarely does a building of this size experience full tenant turnover giving opportunity for market rents.
Significant rental upside makes this an attractive investment opportunity. There are fully approved plans by Chad Kellogg, AIA for a major remodel and a highly sought-after addition of a roof deck. These plans make this an appealing project for both an owner-user or developer.
Located just 2 blocks away from Union Street and a stone’s throw from the Marina, you will find shopping, dining, and work out classes outside your front door. The Cow Hollow playground and the Presidio are nearby.
The large vacant top-floor flat features three bedrooms plus an office. There are large bay windows that bring the outside in and flood the home with light. Find refinished hardwood floors, fresh paint, and designer light fixtures throughout. The large open living room/dining room combo boasts a beautiful wood-burning fireplace and bay views. The formal living room has a second fireplace and wonderful period details. Find a laundry room conveniently located off the spacious kitchen.
2301 Green Street is the middle-floor unit with a very similar floorplan as above, but it has an additional bedroom and large foyer. 2303 Green Street is the ground-floor studio. The 1 car garage sits next to the building and is also delivered vacant.