Mission

Jane helped my husband and I land our dream home, and stay in San Francisco. 

We started working with Jane after the birth of our first son. We lived in a condo in the Mission at the time. We discussed selling the condo, and Jane suggested holding on to it if we could swing ..." [read more]

Beautiful Condo in Hip, Sunny Mission!
Flexible floor plan Three bedrooms Split Bath Leased Parking Awesome Kitchen Shared Garden
$799,000

This six room home has a flexible floor plan, great light and gleaming wood floors.  The cook’s kitchen in the rear is well designed and has a Bertazzoni range and a Bosch dishwasher.  It is adjacent to a great room, with built-ins, a decorative fireplace and plantation shutters, which can be used as dining and living space.  A formal living room, three bedrooms and a split bath with a gorgeous furniture-style vanity and sink. In unit laundry. Leased parking, paid through the end of the year is available across the street. Recently formed home owners association currently splits expenses. Sweet, shared yard. Company shuttle busses, BART, Muni, shops and restaurants are nearby. 

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$925,000
Gorgeous Condo in Inner Mission
2 Bedrooms PLUS sunroom Living room with great details Formal dining room Renovated cook's kitchen Large, shared garden 1,322 square feet per tax records, not verified by agent or sellers Low HOA fees
$895,000

Bright, top-floor condo with many original details including beautiful wood floors, molding, and a decorative fireplace, built-in shelves and double hung craftsman-style windows.  The formal dining room is adjacent to the large cook's kitchen (great storage and counter-space) and the living room. There are two large bedrooms PLUS a sunroom/office and a split bath. There is ample storage and parking for one car in the garage.  The large, shared yard is perfect for relaxing and entertaining.  Close to restaurants including Atlas Cafe, Central Kitchen and Flour + Water. Easy walk to Valencia Street and 24th Street, company shuttles, BART and close to 101 and 280.

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$1,050,000

Hundreds of San Francisco residents attended a recent hearing at city hall to oppose the plan designed to add parking meters to several San Francisco neighborhoods, including Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, the Mission and Mission Bay.  This is not isolated--the Municipal Transportation Authority has added meters in several other neighborhoods in the city over the past year.  This week, they met with organized opposition and have put plans on hold, as reported by the Chronicle article.
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