181 Bartlett is nestled between Valencia and Mission Streets in San Francisco’s bustling Mission District, perfectly placed for exploring both one of the City’s most vibrant neighborhoods and the many attractions beyond.
Built in 1910, 181 Bartlett’s Edwardian exterior is replete with historic details – columns, ornamentation, and distinctive red painted accents. Inside, community amenities like a courtyard and on-site laundry meet spacious units featuring high ceilings, hardwood floors, large closets, and modern appliances. Errands, exploring, and commuting are a snap from its extremely walkable and bikeable location, with 24th Street BART and multiple Muni spots within a couple of blocks.
181 Bartlett residents enjoy easy access to some of San Francisco’s most renowned restaurants, bars, shopping, cafes, and entertainment. A short walk away from movie palace Alamo Drafthouse, restaurants like Beretta and Taqueria El Farolito, drinking staple Lone Palm, Ritual Coffee Roasters, and other favorites, it is also near the ample green space of citywide gathering spot Dolores Park, along with other parks for dog walking, relaxing, and more.
Building FactsYear Built: 1910
Residential Units: 12
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