Sierra Heights at 25 Sierra Street

Sierra Heights, at 25 Sierra Street, is in the heart of Potrero Hill, one of San Francisco's sunniest neighborhoodsDesigned by Leavitt Architecture, the same architectural firm that designed the Nob Hill condominium complex at 1635 California Street, Sierra Heights is a unique, three building development with contemporary style and plenty of modern convenience.

Each of the 67 condominium units at 25 Sierra Street, regardless of whether it is a 1, 2, or 3-bedroom floor plan, features an open living space, large floor-to-ceiling windows, and a private balcony.  In addition, residents enjoy amenities that include gas fireplaces and dedicated parking in an underground garage as well as access to a common club room and a large outdoor courtyard.

Loft-style condos for sale at 25 Sierra St, San Francisco (Sierra Heights Loft)

Sierra Heights Lofts for Sale, SF October 22, 2021
3
Listed
41
Avg. DOM
$602.84
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,595,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$2,299,000
Subdivision: Potrero Hill
4
Beds
3
Baths
3,113
Sq.Ft.
2006
Year Built
8
Days on Site
421603189
MLS
Massive 3000+sqft detached on 3 sides bright condo perfectly situated on the eastern slope of Potrero Hill. Adjacent to the Dogpatch and 3rd St corridor amenities and a quick walk to the Chase Center....
Open 10/24
25 Sierra Street #W605 San Francisco, CA 94107
$1,595,000
Subdivision: Potrero Hill
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,032
Sq.Ft.
2006
Year Built
47
Days on Site
421590182
MLS
Yes, this is the view from the spacious deck of this lovely top floor condo, from which you can survey all the vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood has to offer you at your new home on sunny Potrero Hill....
$507,964
Subdivision: Potrero Hill
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,782
Sq.Ft.
2006
Year Built
70
Days on Site
421585276
MLS
3 bedroom Below Market Rate (BMR) housing opportunity available at 100% Area Median Income (AMI). Maximum income for 3 people = $119,900; 4 = $133,200; 5 = $143,800, etc. Must be 1st-time homebuyer &...

Sierra Heights' location on the eastern edge of San Francisco puts it out of the famous San Francisco fog, but within easy striking distance of downtown via public transportation (the 22nd Street CalTrain station and metro stops are just down the street).  Commuters have easy access to both I-280 and Highway 101, San Francisco's main links with the rest of the Bay Area.  A number of shops and grocery stores are nearby, including small mom and pop stores, the Potrero Hill Whole Foods Market, and Potrero Center, which houses several big-name stores.

Contact us for more information about Sierra Heights at 25 Sierra Street or to find out more about SF loft developments as well as lofts in the East Bay.

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