Retro cool condo in Diamond Heights on market for first time ever


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Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker



Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker



Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker



Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker



Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker


Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Retro cool with a view: this Diamond Heights one bedroom condo is on market for first time, under $700K.

Photo: Open Homes Photography Via Coldwell Banker




This swanky little pad, with a “Mad Men” vibe and Diamond Heights views, is currently owned by one of the original developers of the condo complex. It’s on the market now for the first time, asking $698,000.

The unit

This condo is a 676-square-foot unit with one bedroom and one full bathroom.

There’s a mid-century aesthetic here in the oak floors, original wood paneling, and wallpaper. That wallpaper, with its buttery gold patina, joins the fireplace to warm the living room.

The living room also offers views of the city and bay beyond.

In the bedroom, there are double closets for maximum storage.

The kitchen and bath aren’t as exciting as the rest of the home, but then, new owners tend to have ideas about both of those areas. Their white walls and surfaces are a blank canvas for the right imagination.


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The complex

For an HOA fee of $538 a month, the new owner of 85 Ora Way, Unit E106 will enjoy not only water, garbage, exterior maintenance, and management; the complex also offers a gym and outdoor pool with patio and hot tub.

There’s also parking for one car.

The complex, built in 1975, is mid-rise, with 204 units total.

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Media: San Francisco Chronicle



The market

This area has enjoyed a sale-to-list ratio of 115 percent based on sales in the last 30 days, which leads us to guess that this unit will sell for over its asking price of $698,000.

But for the Mad Men lover, this home is kind of priceless.

See the full listing here. 

Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the renter and new buyer perspective, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert 

Article source: https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/article/85-ora-way-unit-e106-san-francisco-retro-condo-13079379.php

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