South Park Lofts at 10 South Park Avenue

South Park Lofts' stucco-finished Mediterranean exterior belies the very sleek and contemporary interior design of the lofts inside.  Located in South Beach, one of San Francisco's most popular emerging neighborhoods, the lofts at 10 South Park Avenue were built in 1993 and feature 10 loft-style condominium units housed in two separate buildings that were built around a central courtyard.

With a variety of floor plans and square footage ranging from 930 sq. feet to 1195 sq. feet, the loft units at South Park Lofts feature open floor plans, high ceilings, and large interesting windows.  Most units have small patios or French balconies, and amenities for all units include deeded parking and supplemental storage.

Lofts for sale at 10 South Park Ave, San Francisco

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South Park Avenue encircles South Park, which gives the neighborhood its name.  Originally the centerpiece of an exclusive San Francisco neighborhood in the mid-1800s, the park is a gracious reminder of times gone by in the midst of a hip, trendy neighborhood.  The South Park Lofts are surrounded by restaurants, cafes, and shopping and are within walking distance of AT&T Park.  Commuters will appreciate the fact that public transportation is handily available and the Bayshore Freeway and Bay Bridge are just minutes away.

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