Period Scale Modern Detail

569 Waller is a top floor condominium in a three unit building located in the fog protected, central to everything, Lower Haight neighborhood. An architecturally significant village that runs alongside Duboce Park on the wiggle. Three bedrooms, two decorative fireplaces, one and one half baths, updated kitchen and sunroom.. HOA quarterly dues $400. Close to all things seriously wonderful.


Modern Details

Incredible kitchen renovation to warm your soul, every surface has been updated with paint, appliances, lights, tile and floor.

Expanded and opened sun room, now a perfect home office with new laundry island, counters, lighting and bonus storage and skylight.

Programmable Nest Thermostat

Structured Wiring - Internet CAT5, RG6, RG11 to every room

Takagi TKJR 2U Carbon Friendly Tankless Water Heater



Completed in 2016.  This Kitchen upgrade boasts a brand new floor, silestone counters, appliances, lighting, backsplash and cabinetry.  Courtenay Griffith Design oversaw all the upgrades and modernization from ceiling paint and lighting to wall and flooring choices.

Refrigerator - Frigidaire - Gallery 22.6 Cu. Ft.

Range - KitchenAid 5 Burner Gas Convection Range 

Dishwasher  - Bosch - 800 Series Ultra Quiet (40dBA)


WHY Wonderful WAller
is always in Demand

Tucked below San Francisco’s end of the Santa Cruz mountain range, sloping gently to the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, lies the super-secret, fog protected, highly regarded, perfect place to live and love known as The Lower Haight.

An historic enclave of architecturally restored Victorian and Edwardian homes nestled in a tree lined sun drenched walk-able village that runs alongside Duboce Park. 

There is a very close knit feel as you can get everything you need within walking distance. You  meet the neighbors out and about running errands. Flat block, good for biking. Park, and the Urban Forest installs lots of sidewalk gardens.   


A wiggle runs through it

An ancient Indian pathway from one village to another evolved into a one mile bicycle path to get you here to there with no more than six degrees of gradation. The wiggle has its own Wikipedia page and YouTube theme song. This is one of the most popular bicycle paths in the city.  


Sounds of the City

Pierce Street traffic is calmed by Alamo Square to the North, Duboce Park to the South, and Buena Vista to the East through traffic goes east or west. This home is in the center of these hills which also shunt westerly winds and fog and give its denizens a sunnier disposition than western fog city dwellers.


Google bus and other Tech transit nearby

Muni Train at the Park.

Easy access to 101/280.  Walk-able to Divisadero Corridor and NOPA, Castro and Mission, Buena Vista, Alamo Square and Dolores Park. Transit score 100! The heart of the wiggle and god’s country for dogs. 

Home of DOGFEST, The Wiggle and our very own Art Walk.