250 King Street #1016
Open and spacious, this highly sought after corner unit and floor plan features floor to ceiling windows that open up to unobstructed panoramic views of the city. This residence features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and 1 parking space.
Special features include:
- Upgraded Brazilian Cherry Wood flooring
- Automatic Designer custom shades (remote & wall controlled) on all windows
- Exclusive Balcony with a view of the Bay Bridge
- Bosch kitchen appliances
- Bosch In-unit, full-sized washer and dryer
The bright open concept kitchen, dining, and living room provide you with some of the best panoramic views of the city of San Francisco. The kitchen features a Bosch dishwasher, Bosch microwave, Bosch electric oven & stove, as well as a KitchenAid refrigerator.
The large master bedroom offers beautiful views of the city but also provides privacy with newly installed motorized black-out blinds. His & Hers closets feature organizational sections where there is ample room for clothes, shoes and more. An en-suite bathroom includes a glass-enclosed shower with large bathtub complete with a Rain-shower/Shower-head system.
The second bedroom has a walk-in closet with plenty of room for plenty of extra storage. The room is a perfect size for a home office, roommate or guest room.
Located in the hall are the full-sized Bosch washer and gas dryer. The second bathroom has a shower enclosure which includes a Rain-shower Shower-head system.
This unit includes a one (1) car parking space, conveniently located on the 3rd floor garage, near the elevator to the unit. The 3rd floor is also where USPS mail is delivered.
The Beacon building amenities include a clubhouse, dog run, fitness room/gym, as well as a large outdoor swimming pool. In the lobby of the 250 building is on-site property management and in the lobby of the 260 building is 24/7 concierge service for package deliveries.
Perfectly located in the vibrant central SOMA neighborhood, residents at The Beacon enjoy a wide variety of amenities including the convenience of a street-level Safeway grocery store, along with highly rated restaurants, shopping and a multitude of activities to include Oracle Park and the future home of the Golden State Warriors, Chase Center.
The Transit Score is 98 and the Walk & Bike Score is 95. It doesn’t get much better than that!
Mission Bay rises from the former trains yards once owned by Southern Pacific. Here, surrounding the UC Medical Center, you’ll find exclusive condominiums by the score placed in service of the booming high tech, and biotech industries. 6,000 units on 300 acres gracing the shores of the city, with jaw-dropping views across the bay of the picturesque Berkeley/Oakland Hills. One of the sunnier parts of town, residents can joy rooftop gardens with unparalleled 360-degree vistas. San Francisco’s most recent Library, the first in 40 years, can be found here. There is also the newly constructed Whole Foods Market on 4th Street. This chic new part of town stands in direct contrast to the historic Victorians, and old freight warehouses of nearby Dogpatch. A very fun set of cafes and restaurants have sprung up in this lively district. These include classic diners, gourmet pizza parlors, and down-home waterfront restaurants where you can find an old fashioned burger and fries, with weekend brunch options through the roof. One amazing aspect to life in Mission Bay is its remarkable proximity to downtown SF. Within 8-blocks, you’ve passed the ballpark, SF Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), and entered the bustling Financial District. Transportation from Mission Bay can’t be beaten. The Mission Creek Bike path is a tremendous asset, opening up many options without a car. MUNI lines, with extensions of the N Judah and T Third Street, connect the neighborhood with downtown San Francisco. The Caltrain Station makes rapid commutes available to the south Bay and San Jose. Mission Bay is also close to the all freeway entrances, including 101, 280-South, and 80-East.