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Elegant two-bedroom Victorian condominium tucked away on quiet, tree-lined Myrtle Street on Cathedral Hill. This light-filled flat is up a flight of stairs and opens to a bright landing and a sizeable living room with a wood-burning fireplace and a dining area in front of a beautiful bay window. Turn of the century period details abound including moldings, refinished wood floors, stained glass windows, and high ceilings. The adjacent renovated kitchen boasts stainless appliances including a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, a dishwasher, a range and hood, a microwave, beautiful quartz countertops, a striking faucet and stainless sink, and a copper pot hanger sparkling in the bay window. Down the hallway is a lovely bathroom with a shower over tub, elegant tile, and a convenient in-unit stacked washer and dryer. Two sizeable, quiet bedrooms are at the back of the home, and one is outfitted with two closets. A linen closet in the hall provides storage and there is an additional large deeded private storage unit in the building. This boutique HOA consists of 8 townhouse-style condominiums, walkable to fabulous restaurants on Polk and Larkin Streets, transportation to downtown, nearby Whole Foods, the Symphony, Opera and Ballet, Jefferson Square Park, Margaret S. Hayward playground, and more. Leased parking nearby, prepaid for 6 months.
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Several of the City's major cultural and governmental buildings are located in the Van Ness/Civic Center neighborhood, along with the Civic Center Plaza and United Nations Plaza. The United Nations Charter was signed in the Herbst Theatre in 1945, and in 1987 the theater was declared a national historic landmark. Other buildings of note include City Hall, the Supreme Court of California, War Memorial Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall and the Art Institute of California. The area is brimming with history. The Van Ness Corridor (also known as Highway 101) is a veritable smorgasbord of wining and dining, retail, hotel and cultural opportunities. While the neighborhood is mostly commercial, residential properties can be found in high-rise condos, apartments, and even a few single-family homes amidst the low-rise commercial edifices. It is the epicenter for culture and the arts.