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Listed on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 (PST)
Square Ft:
328 ft2
Year Built:
766 Harrison St. #505
San Francisco, CA 94107

Property Type: Single Family

Listed By: Congress Realty

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Condo in San Francisco

Cubix SF is a very modern and attractive condo community in the SOMA and Yerba Buena Arts District. Built in 2008, these efficiency units are very stylish with excellent city views, radiant floor heating, outstanding community roof deck and built “green.” Unit 505 is one of the largest units in the building (all the 5 and 10 stacks in the building) offer more livable space than other units by about 80 square feet). We have installed additional cabinetry so that storage is not a problem. The unit has a full bath and kitchen with a 2-burner stove, convention range, two refrigerators and a dishwasher. Every floor in the building has its own laundry and the laundry room is literally around the corner from #505. There is a balcony with great views of the city. Included in the sale is a rare deeded storage unit. The building is a secured building with key fob entry. The homeowner’s association dues are some of the lowest in the city at $265 per month.

Seller available at 831-917-4589. 

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