Fantastic re-sale opportunity at 2020 Ellis! Residence 202 is a chic 1 bedroom, 1 bath condominium newly constructed in 2012. It’s hard to find this home’s combination of contemporary style coupled with an exclusive use, city-view patio. This spacious rear unit has an open floor plan and 9 foot ceilings, a flexible living/dining space, radiant heat hardwood floors and Wolf, Bosch and Liebherr appliances. Unit 202 enjoys a deeded independent parking space close to the elevator and a convenient storage space. There is an elevator to all levels, including the common area roof deck with panoramic city views. The 2020 Ellis building has excellent proximity to NOPA shops and restaurants, the vibrant Divisadero corridor, Trader Joe's and City Target. Its central location means that Pacific Heights, Hayes Valley, and the Fillmore neighborhoods are all within a 1 mile radius. Minutes from UC Mount Zion and Kaiser Hospital campuses.
HOA dues $403.76 per month.
- Stanley Saitowitz contemporary design
- Exclusive use patio with city views
- Open living/dining area
- Great counter space
- Numerous kitchen cabinets
- Wolf cooktop
- Bosch dishwaher
- Lebherr refrigerator
- Electrolux microwave and oven
- Spacious bedroom with large closet
- Sliding doors to shower and vanity area
- 1 car independent parking
- Storage cage in the garage
- Elevator access to all levels
- Common roof deck with panoramic views
- Common laundry room
- 12 unit building
In the center of the city is the eclectic, culturally, ethnically and socially diverse neighborhood known as North Panhandle, aka NOPA. 2020 Ellis sits on the edge of this vibrant community where culture comes together in this urban mixing bowl.
It's a neighborhood that rewards entrepreneurs with large dreams and low budgets willing to take a gamble on new retail establishments, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants. The eclectic energy of the neighborhood is expressed best in the blocks where tattoo parlors and day care centers do business next to old school barbershops, and tiny urban "parklets" provide plants and cafe seating.
The new crop of cafe's best capture the improvised, can-do spirit of the community: On the Corner Cafe sells coffee, on-the-premises baked pastries, and records; Mojo Bicycle Cafe proffers handmade drip coffee combined with a bike store and repair shop. The best Ethiopian food in the city can be found at funky Waziema. And there's upscale Nopa, serving simple rustic food in a swank setting. Nightlife is anchored by The Independent, a club that presents up and coming bands. There's a quarterly art walk celebrating the upstart galleries, and a weekly farmers market. As families are discovering the charms of North Panhandle, the neighborhood association is actively forming meetings and playgroups for parents of toddlers.