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Sold: Alamo Square

Exceptional Alamo Square Condo

1102 Fulton Street • $1,250,000

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Features and Amenities

Located right on Alamo Square and steps to BiRite Grocery and trendy Divisadero Corridor...1102 Fulton checks all the boxes.

Beautiful natural light floods this gorgeous renovated full floor flat with new marble full and half bath, eat-in custom kitchen with stainless appliances, private walk out deck and sublime rear double wide garden.

The spacious bedrooms boast tall ceilings and windows, as well as custom closets. The formal living room faces south and is warmly lit throughout the day; there is also a pretty decorative fireplace.

Below the flat is a rented one car tandem parking space ($275 a month). Out back and off of the garden there is a robust 10 X 10 storage unit.

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Alamo Square


Potentially one of the most photographed neighborhoods in San Francisco, Alamo Square is home to the Painted Ladies, a row of colorful Victorian houses backed by the city's skyline. Many architecturally significant houses line the perimeter of the square, including the Archbishop's Mansion and the Russian and German Imperial consuls' residences from the early 1900s.

Technically part of the Western Addition neighborhood, the boundaries of Alamo Square are not well delineated. Built-up in the late 19th century, the centerpiece is the stunning park overlooking the shimmering San Francisco skyline and the famous 'painted ladies.' The row of colorful Victorians factor into tours, postcards, numerous TV shows, and films. After the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood, Alamo Square boasts some of the largest homes – by square footage, in the city.

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