103 Cleo Rand Lane, San Francisco, CA 94124
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RemarksSan Franciscans are familiar with the many micro climates of the City but few realize that the best weather in town is in the India Basin neighborhood of Hunters Point. When the sun burns away the early morning fog to reveal sweeping views of the bay and downtown San Francisco. At the corner of Innes and Donahue Street there is a collection of colorful contemporary styled townhomes referred to as Morgan Heights. The lane that is on the bay side of the complex is named after a community activist and first African American to run for mayor of San Francisco, whose name was Cleo Rand.
Built in 1989 the home consists of three levels. The entry to the home with its hardwood floor and a hardwood stair case invites you in. At this entry level, you will also find access the one car garage and large storage room. Ascending the stairway, you are taken to the main living area, you will immediately see the access to the south facing rear deck, a half bath and the remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances and quartz counters. In the combined living and dining room there is oak hardwood flooring, a wood burning fireplace and windows that frame a view of the bay. Stepping on to the front deck you will see expansive views of the San Francisco bay, San Francisco-Oakland Bay bridge and downtown Oakland.
At the third level, there are two comfortable bedrooms. The guest bedroom has windows on two sides and a walk-in closet. The master bedroom has a large mirrored closet and faces northeast offering a bay view and morning sun. The remodeled main bath has a modern design with designer tile and granite counters, there is a shower over the tub and adjacent continental bath. The laundry is in the hall outside of the bathroom.
The India Basin neighborhood is seeing many changes that include the Shipyard development by Lennar, the Build Inc. development at Arelious Walker and Innes Streets as well as the new 13 acre Northside park. The 19 Polk MUNI line at the corner of Innes and Donahue Street travel across the City and connects with the “T” line at Third Street.