Henry Street is one of those rare tree-lined blocks that we all love. This Duboce Triangle location has always been considered fabulous but in the last 5 years has evolved into one of the hottest neighborhoods in San Francisco.
This top floor condo was designed by architect John Walsh as his own residence. It is fresh, open and light-filled with a quiet, tranquil ambiance. It has a stellar contemporary floor plan with every square foot put to good use. The entrance foyer drops you 2 steps into an open, wide living room with a wood-burning fireplace and floor-to-ceiling doors that open to a south-facing deck. The living room segues in to a very nicely sized dining area, which in turn opens to the clean and crisp kitchen. The bedrooms are at the rear of the flat, which is the ideal separation of public and private spaces.
Did we mention the cathedral ceilings? The natural wood open beam ceilings are beautiful. The naturalness of the unpainted wood adds warmth and depth to the space. The floor-to-ceiling windows infuse the public spaces with abundant natural light.
Both the large master bedroom and the second bedroom have en suite full baths. Both bedrooms face the shared garden and the view from each bedroom is the most peaceful view of all; the tops of mature trees out to the city skyline.
82 Henry Street is walking distance to MUNI, BART and many of the stops of the private buses going down to the Peninsula. Cafes, restaurants, and shopping abounds.
Top location, top floor, open floor plan, good square footage = the perfect flat!