There's a part of Jones Street between Green Street and Macondray Lane that is as steep as they come. To park in front of 1920 Jones, you have to pull in at a 90 degree angle. The car will be sharply tilted toward the bay, so getting out means you have to really push that door shut. But in this location, that's just part of the charm. Being near the crest of Russian Hill means you likely have some views (the listing for this condo promises peek-a-boo water views). At this address, you are perched between the grand homes and condos on the flat block of Green Street and the intriguing properties that line pedestrian-only Macondray Lane. Basically, this is about as San Francisco as it gets. The three-bedroom, two-bath condo is asking for $1.995 million.
But there's more to this Edwardian property then location. The kitchen is nicely remodeled with black lower cabinets and crisp white upper cabinets. Black is a key color throughout the house, found again in the dining room and as a dramatic backdrop in the private outdoor space.
If you are the type who gets nervous parking on a steep hill, fear not. This unit comes with a parking spot in the garage.
· 1920 Jones St. [Redfin]