Linden Hayes

Linden Hayes is a five-story mid-rise building with ground-floor retail in the heart of Hayes Valley. The Linden Hayes is home to 32 residences with 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. Homes feature in-unit washer and dryers and central air-conditioning. Location, however, is the ultimate amenity for Linden Hayes residents.

Quick Facts About Linden Hayes

  • 2010
  • 32
  • select homes have one-car assigned parking
  • one, two and three bedrooms
  • Allowed per CC&Rs and house rules
  • Peaceful interior courtyard, elevator building, air-conditioning in homes

MLS Listed Homes for sale at Linden Hayes

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More About Linden Hayes at 233 Franklin

The Linden Hayes is a mid-rise building that is five stories high and is located in the heart of Hayes Valley at 233 Franklin. The Linden Hayes development is home to 32 residences with a mix of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes. The original finishes were elegantly done, a precursor to developments that followed in it’s footsteps like 300 Ivy. All of the homes have in-unit washer and dryer hookups and central air-conditioning – an amenity that is historically rare in San Francisco – but becoming more common in newer developments in warmer San Francisco neighborhoods.

Residents love the building’s central location and un-assuming profile. The ground floor of the building is home to several restaurants and shops, and you’ll find numerous more shops, boutiques, and stores on the surrounding neighborhood streets. The green space at Patricia’s Green is a very short walk away, and always an excellent spot for people watching.

In addition, life at the Linden Hayes puts you within a short walk of numerous cultural institutions including the San Francisco Opera, Ballet, and Symphony as well as the SF Jazz center, which is just steps away at the corner of Franklin and Fell.

The Hayes Valley neighborhood is traversed by several heavily trafficked streets, including an off-ramp for interstate 101/80 and several major cross-city thoroughfares, including Oak, Fell, Franklin and Gough streets. While these streets do carry significant amounts of traffic, much effort has been focused in recent years (and continues to this day) in remodeling these thoroughfares in ways that make them more pedestrian friendly.

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