501 Crescent Way #5107 - 2 bed / 2 bath
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100% RE-IMAGINED CONDO ON THE WATERFRONT @ UNIT #5107
Situated in the only securely gated community in San Francisco on the Bayfront, the condominium boasts sunrise and southeastern water views from the first floor with an expansive private patio. The 2 bedrooms and 2 bathroom condo at 1,095 square feet of living space have been meticulously maintained and delightfully upgraded which accentuates the highest features of living. 100% tastefully repainted, the condo offers new maple hardwood floors in the kitchen with high-end carpets throughout both bedrooms and a sunrise view on the patio while sipping coffee or tea every morning of the year. It is situated in the Candlestick Point neighborhood right on the edge of Bayview Hill Park. The Mediterranean style condominium with close proximity to Hwy-101, Candlestick Point State Park, Bayshore Caltrain, and loads of new upcoming restaurants.
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CANDLESTICK POINT - THE COVE
Candlestick Point offers more affordably priced homes such as newly built condominiums with expansive water views, modern bright kitchens, and custom details like hardwood flooring. Multiple San Francisco City and California State Park's are only a few yards from the front gates of your new waterfront view condo.
Candlestick Point is the neighborhood immediately adjacent to the Candlestick Point State Recreation area along the western shoreline, and surrounding Candlestick Park, previously home to the San Francisco 49ers NFL Team. The Candlestick Point neighborhood is located in the most southern part of San Francisco at the County line. The main arteries of Bayshore Blvd, Hwy-101, and 3rd Street extending along from the development from Candlestick Point State Recreation Area to the India Basin City Park nearby the SF Shipyard Development.
The new neighborhood is on the bayfront shoreline surrounding former Candlestick Park, previously home to the 49ers, the area now is being redeveloped into a $6B commercial, hospitality, retail, and high-density housing destination. Candlestick Point has been a fastly changing yet often unknown part of San Francisco's District 10 with major city plans of big new redevelopment and multiple housing / commercial projects being built right now around the neighborhood. The recent improvements of the Third Street (T) Muni Light Rail line, Bayshore Caltrain Station developments and continual renewal of downtown Visitacion Valley makes Candlestick Point a convenient location for commuting to downtown San Francisco or heading south to South San Francisco, Brisbane, Millbrae, San Bruno, Burlingame, and Daly City.
The Candlestick Point name dates back to the 1800s when abandoned ships were burned in the nearby harbor, resembling lighted candlesticks. Candlestick Point State Recreation Area is rife with spectacular views as well as outdoor activities, such as hiking, picnicking, fishing, windsurfing, bird watching, and gardening in the shared Community Gardens. The 230-acre park, adjacent to Candlestick Point, offers stunning views of the bay, along with picnic areas, two fishing piers, fitness courses, and hiking trails. The park is a popular jumping-off area for kayakers and windsurfers. Candlestick Point's very own adjacent Bayview Hill Park on Key Street provides sweeping views of The City.