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  • Address:
    76 Collins Street, San Francisco, CA, 94118
  • Neighborhood:
    Jordan Park - Laurel Heights,
    San Francisco
  • Sq. Ft.
    2,596
    Sq. Ft.
  • Info:
    Bedrooms: 3
    Baths: 3
    Parking: 2
  • Price:
    $2,995,000
    $1,194 / Sq. Ft.

Property Description

76 Collins Street is a magnificent house-like two-level condominium residence located in the heart of Laurel Heights, offering luxurious living a half block from laurel Village shops, restaurants, and cafes. The main level features a spacious formal living room with stunning views, a chef's kitchen with custom cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances, and a center island opening directly to the formal dining room. At the rear of the property, you will find the primary bedroom suite with a jacuzzi spa and walk-in shower. This level is completed with a second bathroom and spacious bedroom. The top floor Penthouse offers panoramic views from the Pacific Ocean to downtown, taking in the Golden Gate Bridge. This level also provides a third spacious bedroom, spa-like bathroom, and two view decks perfect for lounging and outdoor dining.

Price Insights

Estimate $2,995,000
Price per Square Foot $1,194 / Sq. ft.

Home Facts

Interior Area (Sq. Ft.) 2,596
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Year Built 1948
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Parking 2
Status closed
Days on Market 56
MLS (closed) 421579895
Property Type Condominium

Property Location

  • * Listing Courtesy of: Vanguard Properties
  • * Disclaimer: MLS listing information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed by the service.

Listing Details for 76 Collins Street

Parking Information
  • Parking: 2
  • On Site - Assigned (Condo Only)

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