Exterior shot of the view deck and bedroom, featuring a panoramic view of San Francisco

Meet 39 Delmar Street – A Lux Buena Vista View Property

San Francisco is full of fantastic properties in a variety of diverse neighborhoods. However, given the market, it can be challenging to find a view property with high-end finishes in a prime community priced under $2M. 

When I first toured 39 Delmar, it was clear that this cool condo was exceptional and sophisticated. From the panoramic views to the thoughtful design, here are a few things you are sure to love about this property and the surrounding neighborhood. 

Panoramic views from Downtown SF to the Marin Headlands

View of a bedroom with wrap-around windows overlooking San Francisco

Wake up to breathtaking views from the Marin Headlands to downtown San Francisco. The unique upper-level bedroom suite is cozy and tranquil. 

View of a roof-top deck overlooking Buena Vista

The exclusive deeded rooftop deck adjoins the bedroom, providing a rare outdoor living space. 

Stunning design 

Open floorplan living area, featuring wood floors and large windows

The main level's fit, feel, and finish reflect the thoughtful design and carefully curated architectural decisions from the award-winning firm Spiegel Aihara Workshop

View of the living room at 39 Delmar, showing a fireplace and white built-in cabinets

Special features include extra high ceilings throughout, a living room fireplace, and oversized front windows with outlooks over tree-lined Delmar Street.

Living room, featuring wood floors and two bay window

The open floorplan and large windows make for public rooms with great natural light. 

High-end features

View of a luxurious U-shaped kitchen with white counter tops and light grey cabinets

The stunning kitchen is a dream for chefs and entertainers: featuring custom wood cabinetry, elegant Neolith Silk countertops, Fireclay backsplash, Wolf and Bosch high-end stainless appliances, and a built-in wine cooler. 

View of the kitchen island with seating

Enjoy casual dining at the beautiful kitchen island. 

Long view of the dining area, featuring wood floors

The thoughtful layout is a dream for entertaining and everyday living.

Bathroom with light grey cabinets and gold fixtures, featuring a bath with a glass door

The newly rebuilt main bath boasts polished Calcutta Dolomiti Marble counters and bath surround, Fireclay tile, custom vanity, and Kohler fixtures. 

Spacious bedrooms

View of the primary bedroom, featuring large windows, a fireplace and wood floors

There are three total bedrooms and two full baths (with a private loo).

View of the third bedroom, showing a large room with wood floors and big wondows

Enjoy the added perk of having a smart in-unit stackable washer-dryer plus an extra washer-dryer set in the garage. The custom closet system and the one-car garage parking make like easy and functional.

With a list price of just $1,795,000, it's no surprise that this Buena Vista beauty is attracting a lot of attention. 

Click here to visit the property page at 39delmar.com

Life in Buena Vista

Aerial view of Buena Vista as seen from 39 Delmar, featuring views of Golden Gate Park and the San Francisco Bay

Located on a coveted block near Buena Vista Park, 39 Delmar Street is also within walking distance of Golden Gate Park and the Panhandle. The property offers easy access to various dining and shopping options via Cole Valley, The Haight, and Divisadero Corridor. Magnolia Brewing, Ritual Coffee, VeganBurg, and the Buena Vista Park trailheads are all within several blocks of this spectacular condominium. 

View of the Buena Vista Park, showing a path leading up the hill

Buena Vista Park: Established in 1867, Buena Vista was surprisingly the first official park in San Francisco. Loved for its secluded feeling and winding trails, the park is home to one of the city's few remaining oak woodlands. The park offers a variety of vantage points to observe panoramic views while providing a network of trails and a playground – providing the perfect opportunity to reconnect with nature and family. 

View of a grand Victorian home with turret

Architecture: The arrangement of charming Victorian and Edwardian homes is a delight. Being surrounded by classic architecture makes visitors feel like they have stepped back in time. Scattered throughout the community are more modern homes that blend well with the iconic San Francisco styles.

Click here to learn more about the Buena Vista community.


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