• $2,575,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 2,430 SqFt
  • MLS# 475417
Three levels of luxury in Hayes Valley.
Single family homes rarely come on the market in Hayes Valley and 526 HICKORY STREET, which was built in 2015, is a must-see! It’s distinguished by multiple decks, including an unobstructed-view roof deck, three oversized en suite bedrooms and an extremely convenient location.
Love where you live, work where you want.
With a 95 Walk Score and 25 top-rated restaurants just blocks away, this neighborhood has everything. Plus, a 100 Transit Score and easy freeway access make this a commuter’s dream location.
The main level is an entertainer’s paradise, featuring an oversized living room, separate dining area, half bath and chef’s kitchen. The kitchen is thoughtfully designed with a large island, Thermador Professional Series stainless steel appliances, and Caesarstone countertops.
The upper level features two en suite bedrooms, including the master. The master suite has a private deck with access to the view roof deck, a large closet with organizational system, soaking tub, separate shower, and double sinks.
The lower level features an expansive third bedroom or family room with en suite bathroom and access to the lower level deck. Interior access to the garage and separate laundry room finish off the lower level. Tall ceilings and White Oak hardwood floors throughout. Aiphone video entry system in place and Luminalt solar-ready. This property is a must see.
Property Highlights:
  • 3 en suite bedrooms
  • 3.5 bathrooms
  • 1 car parking
  • 2,430 square feet (per tax records)
  • 3 outdoor decks including view rooftop
  • 95 Walk Score
  • 100 Transit Score
  • Easy freeway access


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About Hayes Valley

At-a-Glance For decades, Hayes Valley was a down-and-out neighborhood that lived in the shadow (literally) of a freeway onramp. But that all changed when, in 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake severely damaged the onramp, causing City officials to forego replacing the structure and explore other possibilities. With the removal of the onramp, businesses flourished and residential growth took hold. It wasn’t long before Hayes Valley’s overhaul began to pay off as many favored boutiques, bars and restaurants filled and revived this once largely overlooked area. In a Few Words Park access, commuter friendly Living Here Hip and trendy restaurants help to define the neighborhood and alw...

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