Built in 1994, Eureka Gardens is home to 33 townhome-style residences at 4150 17th St., at the base of Corona Heights where it blends with the Castro neighborhood. Notable features in the building include garage parking for 2 cars per home with direct interior access to the residences.
Home sizes at Eureka Gardens range from about 1,300 square feet up to about 2,000 square feet. Homes are all two-bedroom, two-bathroom layouts with the exception of one home that has three bedrooms and two and a half baths. Building amenities include two-car garage parking, landscaped gardens and earthquake insurance included in the monthly HOA dues.
Nestled at the base of Corona Heights not too far from the intersection of Market, 17th St., and Castro St. lies a very vertical development of 33 townhome-style condos set amongst landscaped gardens. Unique for the location, all of the homes were built with private garages that have two car side-by-side parking.
Number of Homes
Completed in 1994.
Two car parking per home in a private garage.
Amenities and Finishes
Townhouse-style homes, landscaped gardens, private garages, HOA dues include building insurance coverage for earthquakes.
Both the Icon and The Century are nearby condo buildings, although both have homes in traditional “flat” layouts on one level (although the penthouse homes at the Icon are on two levels). The District | 2655 Bush is at the other end of the Divisadero corridor. None of these buildings offer such generous parking.