Sold: 2839 Pierce Street #1
Sold: 2839 Pierce Street #1

Sold for $854,000
Neighborhood: Cow Hollow
Property Type: Condo

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Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1


  • One bedroom, one bathroom
  • Built in 1947
  • One-car deeded parking
  • Open floor plan
  • Walkers Paradise, per
  • Freshly painted
  • HOA dues $232.42 per month
  • 720 square feet, per tax records
  • Small, charming building
  • Deeded deck and lush landscaping
  • Shared laundry
  • Convenient Cow Hollow location
  • Updated windows and light fixtures

Tucked away in a secluded, woodsy setting lies this charming one-bedroom Cow Hollow condominium, featuring an open floor plan, lovely outdoor space, one-car parking and an iconic San Francisco location. Located just a few blocks to The Presidio, and close to the vibrant corridors of Union and Chestnut Streets, this turn-key home provides both an urban lifestyle and a tranquil retreat.

Located down a quaint, storybook alley, the cottage-like home with lush landscaping feels almost a world away from the bustle of the big city. An open living and dining area greets visitors and is as spacious as it is functional with direct access to the private deck as well as being open to the galley kitchen. At the rear of the home is a gracious bedroom with sitting area, large closet and full bath.

There are three units in this attractive, detached building. One-car deeded parking, private storage and shared laundry are included with this unit. Walkscore rates 2839 Pierce a “Walker’s Paradise,” and it’s easy to see why with not only a multitude of conveniences just steps from this home, but also just a short stroll to many of San Francisco’s treasured landmarks, such as The Presidio, the Marina, the Palace of Fine Arts and Crissy Field.

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