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Oh The Places You Can Go, From 45 Belcher Street

Living at 45 Belcher Street means that you can easily go anywhere in San Francisco! This beautifully designed penthouse condo with a private roof-top deck offers an urban oasis – with the easy indoor/outdoor living that many San Franciscans crave!

Belcher is centrally located, providing access to a variety of outdoor activities, and views to some of San Francisco's most iconic scenes. Here are some of the top places you could go with your own two feet – if you lived at 45 Belcher Street! 

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With a central location like Belcher, you can take a short walk to five San Francisco parks!

#1. Alamo Square Park. This park is classic San Francisco - complete with beautiful Victorian row houses and views of downtown.

#4. Dolores Park. At Delores Park, you will likely find trendy San Franciscans enjoying the outdoors during the week and the bridge and tunnel crowd on the weekends – giving this park a unique vibe. While you are out exploring Delores Park, stop by the Bi-Rite Ice Creamery for groceries or their amazing Tartine bread before it sells out!

#3. Duboce Park. A dog-lovers delight. Home of the Duboce Park annual DogFest this park is frequently enjoyed by animal enthusiasts, local creatives, and denizens from Castro, Lower Haight, and Buena Vista. 

#4. Buena Vista Park. Forested with wide walking trails, a secret tennis court, and fantastic views – Buena Vista Park is the oldest park in San Francisco. Feel like gazing at expansive mansions? Simply walk Buena Vista East to West to feast your eyes on some of the most expensive homes in the area. 

#5. Corona Heights Park. With its signature red rock, Corona Heights Park has a climbing wall, multiple hiking trails, and scenic views. 



A Bicyclists' dream! From Belcher avenue, you can easily bike the wiggle, to ocean beach, and more.

#1. The Wiggle. Bicyclists can enjoy zig-zagging between Duboce Park and the Panhandle on this thrilling one-mile bike route. 

#2. Ocean Beach. Feel like enjoying the ocean? Easily bike through the Golden Gate Park panhandle to Ocean Beach – Surfs up!



Just steps to three of San Francisco's favorite neighborhoods!

With plenty of places to explore on foot, living at 45 Belcher means that you are only steps from Castro, Hayes Valley, and Divisadero Corridor (NOPA).

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