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This is a Multi-Family located at 2418 Washington Street, San Francisco CA. 2418 Washington St has 6 baths and approximately 4,615 square feet. The property has a lot size of 2,308 sqft. The average list price for similar homes for sale is $1,506,789 and the average sales price for similar recently sold homes is $1,530,734. 2418 Washington St is in the Pacific Heights neighborhood in San Francisco, CA. The average list price for Pacific Heights is $3,314,428.
Public Records for 2418 Washington StOfficial property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records:
Lot Size: 2,308 sqft
Stories: 3 story
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Well, isn't that nice of you to share with your family. All you have to do is take a day and bus around or street car up and down the city and you can see for yourself. The street car will get you to some primo views of the bay, you'll have to walk a bit taking the buses, and don't forget its just not the bay and ocean that give SF its flavor. Don't forget your transfer for proof of payment and you can ride around for 4 or 5 hours for a couple of dollars. Try the hills for the views tourist like the most. Go to the Golden Gate Bridge. Walk along the Embarcadero. Go to the Barbary Coast and North Beach. Get a map and enjoy yourself. Plan your trip using Muni plan a trip.... more
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Hi Annie--There are a few options in San Francisco for seniors. Here is one I recently covered in my blog, called The Carlisle:
There are also a few buildings that are geared toward seniors, but are predominantly 1BRs.
The Sequoias is a nice community in a central part of the city:
Please feel free to message me at email@example.com if you'd like to talk further. I have a Seniors Real Estate Designation and am also on the board at On Lok, a leading senior organization in San Francisco. I'd be happy to do my best to connect you to the resources you may need.
Here are a few.
Golden Gate Tennis Club http://www.goldengatetennisclub.org/home.html
San Francisco Bay Club http://www.sfbayclub.com/web/site/benefits/programs/tennis/
Golden Gateway Tennis and Swim Club http://www.ggtsc.com/
San Francisco Recreation and Parks http://www.sfgov.org/site/recpark_page.asp?id=2156
Of course, if you are not too far from Marin, we have a few nice tennis clubs http://www.sylviasellsmarin.com/TennisClubs
So I can ask our tennis pro if he knows of any good ones.