North Panhandle (San Francisco, CA)
By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
 Listing DetailsFor Rent:1755 Hayes St., San Francisco, CA 94117Monthly Rent: $6,500MLS number: 465309Bedrooms: 3Bathrooms: 2.5Square Footage: 1300 Call Deb Donovan at 415-518-3489 to see if this property is still available and to arrange a showing. Stunning Design with Incredible AmenitiesThis upper full-floor flat was meticulously remodeled by the architect-owner in 2009. With 3-bedrooms and 2 ½ baths, this state-of-the-art home has everything one could want. Featuring two home theater systems with two plasma TVs included and a 5-zone audio system, every inch of this 1300 square foot flat has been maximized for space and luxury to create a showcase home that is perfect for both quiet living and entertaining. Private deck and shared back yard. Ideally located near Golden Gate Park, NoP...
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By Frank Castaldini, Realtor - Homes for Sale in San Francisco
Stunning Two Unit Property Near Alamo Square in San Francisco Just Listed! Stunning Renovated Two Unit Building Near Alamo Square Park  Welcome to 1609-1611 Golden Gate in San Francisco.  This property features two amazing units.  You'll agree once you've viewed the photos of the property and even more so once you've visited.   Both units are 3 bedrooms & 2 baths, upper unit includes master suite. You find high ceilings and high-end finishes and treatments throughout.  This magnificent building was originally build in 1908 and renovated in 2000.  Both unit include high-end appliances & finishes, hardwood floors & designer carpeting. Fabulous kitchens and open floor plans, separate gardens & patios.   This property sits on a large lot which allows for private side entry on the left and e...
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By Keith Rockmael
(Intero Real Estate Services)
Maybe it isn’t a glamorous as Los Angeles’s Hollywood Bowl but San Francisco’s Panhandle Bandshell works not just as an entertainment venue but one with sustainable origins. The Bandshell materials come from a what’s what of the 3Rs (Recycle, Reclaim, Reuse) and create not only a funky quality to the structure but reduce the carbon footprint. The bandshell uses reclaimed steel (including 65 mid-size sedan hoods) which not only took some ugly cars off the road but saved the equivalent of one person’s carbon emissions for an entire year (seven and one-half tons of carbon dioxide). The Black Rock Arts Foundation also used reclaimed wood and by doing so allowed 7.4 Douglas fir trees 90 foot trees to remain upright instead of at a lumber mill. The plastic bottle wall used represents the volu...
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