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Hiding behind the “Be The Change You Wish To See In The World” mural on 2700 Bryant Street is a two-building commercial/residential property that’s on the market for $4,795,000, reports Vanguard Properties. The mural itself was painted in 2007 by Susan Cervantes along with students who were part of a Precita Eyes Community Mural Workshop. It’s a definable artistic morsel of the Mission’s character — a spot to tell your visiting friends to pass by while walking around the sunny neighborhood. It’s also unsurprising that the inside is a creativity-inducing open-concept floorplan.
The four-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom property contains two suites, an office, and a workshop/art gallery. There are two garages totaling 4,341 square feet with room for four cars. The amenities span over three units in both buildings with the corner building used as a one-bedroom apartment with two separate entrances. The inner building is comprised of a lower floor office space/art gallery and studio suite, while the upper floor boasts two bedrooms, two baths, and a loft.
Across the street from the property is the Mexican taqueria restaurant Puerto Allegre as well as Laundromat 2701 aka Lavarmatic. Clever, because “lavar” translates from Spanish to English as “to clean.” Additionally, there is a slew of restaurants to explore clustered around the Bryant and 24th corner one block over. And don’t forget about the 24th Street Mini Park where a decorated snake sculpture curls half submerged as a plaything for children.