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Mid-century jewel in Diamond Heights! This fabulous tri-level townhouse presents dramatic views from all floors. Remodeled throughout, it offers three bedrooms, two and one-half bathrooms and multiple entertaining spaces, with hardwood flooring and stylish finishes. A private patio serves as the entrance to the main level. Past a powder room and coat closet is a sophisticated formal dining room, elevated above the living room, with a built-in bar. A step-down formal living room with a fireplace is centered around large sliding glass doors to a deck that displays an incredible view of the blue waters of the Bay and the striking downtown skyline of San Francisco. Perched at the top of the hill, you can see for miles around!
Adjacent to the dining room is a newly renovated chef’s kitchen, equipped with a center island, deluxe stainless appliances including a range, dishwasher, and wine refrigerator, a farmhouse sink, and white cabinetry. The kitchen is open to a generous family room and has sliding doors to a private patio, the perfect spot for a BBQ.
On the lower level is the fabulous primary suite, including a sizeable bedroom with stunning views of the glittering downtown skyline at night and Bay Bridge tower lights. Off the bedroom is a walk-in closet with luxurious built-ins, and an ensuite primary bathroom ensconced in chic black-and-white tile with double marble vanity and a spa-like glass shower. At the back of this level are two storage rooms, one of which could be used as an office, and a laundry room with a side-by-side LG washer and dryer.
On the top floor are two sizeable bedrooms, both with balconies and fantastic views. The bedrooms share an attractive tile bathroom with a shower over tub. A two-car tandem garage completes the picture.
59 Topaz is within a small HOA consisting of eight unique townhomes. This beautiful home is situated in Diamond Heights on the border of Noe Valley, around the corner from Walter Haas Playground and the infamous Billy Goat Hill, and just blocks from the Diamond Heights Shopping Center, and Glen Canyon Park, with over 70 acres of greenery along a deep canyon including trails, playgrounds, and more.
Towering above Noe Valley on the north and Glen Canyon to the south, the neighborhood of Diamond Heights offers some of the best views in the city. Developed in the 1960s, this is a quiet, peaceful residential district tucked along the streets that wind beneath eucalyptus. Charming, tree canopied stairway walks connect the streets, and provide steep short cuts and breathtaking views. Harry Stairway, just south of Beacon leads up Billy Goat Hill, a local pocket park that provides stunning vistas.
The neighborhood has the laid back feel of a suburb within the city limits. Comprised of single-family homes, stucco bungalows, and mid-century modern dwellings including approximately 100 prized Eichlers built on seven distinct floor plans, Diamond Heights is called an undiscovered gem by its residents.
Noe Valley is a 15-minute walk, and downtown San Francisco a short 10 minute drive. Shopping is confined to a small, but comprehensive retail center on Diamond Heights Blvd and a retail district on Portola between Diamond Heights and O'Shaughnessy Blvd.