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Built in 1928, this beautiful set of brick and stucco twin buildings is joined by a quiet garden courtyard. The red brick exterior and the mosaic brick entrances give the building a Mediterranean flair that sets it apart from the Victorians typically associated with the neighborhood. Equipped with an intercom system and an onsite manager, the building also features on-site garage parking which is often available for an additional fee.
Golden Gate Parkhttp://www.golden-gate-park.com/Across the street from this building is one of the entrances to Golden Gate Park. Within the park, attractions such as the De Young Museum, the California Academy of Sciences, and the Japanese Tea Garden are available throughout the year. Haight/Ashbury Districthttp://www.haightshop.com/Haight Street is most notably known for its role in the 1960’s with the Hippie movement. Traces of this movement can still be found on Haight Street today, whether it be through the thrift shops, record stores or brightly decorated store fronts. Kezar Stadiumhttp://www.golden-gate-park.com/kezar-stadium.htmlKezar Stadium was built in between the years 1922 and 1925, and since then the stadium has served as a home to both the 49ers and the Oakland Raiders. Over the years, Kezar has gone under many renovations to keep the stadium up to date, the most recent being in 2015. Many people who live in the neighborhood take advantage of the track open to the public. Food and BeveragesFor grocery related needs, there is a Whole Foods Market just down the block. If you aren't in the mood for cooking, all along Haight Street there are a variety of restaurants and coffee shops with Wi-Fi that are available.
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