Note: This property was tenant occupied but the tenants vacated on their own November 1, 2013.
Situated in the highly sought after vibrant Mission District, this fabulous Victorian home enjoys some of the warmest weather in San Francisco while offering an incredible variety of restaurants and shopping just steps away.
Spacious in size, this two-story home features 3 bedroom, 2 full baths showcasing the perfect blend of modern updates while retaining the charm and appeal of its architectural heritage. The main level includes a long, gracious formal entry with classic Victorian wainscoting leading to a large living room with softwood floors, high ceilings, and rosette detail; a large front parlor with beautiful marble fireplace; and an enormous, light filled, remodeled, eat-in kitchen with white carerra marble countertops and 4 burner Wolf gas range with oven. This level also includes a bedroom, full bath and laundry area at the back of the home with separate entrance.
The upper level includes 2 nice size bedrooms; one with the perfect alcove for a large bed; the second bedroom overlooking the beautiful sunny yard; a full bath and a large storage closet. From this level you can access the large attic space with bamboo floors and possible expansion potential.
The inviting patio and spacious yard provide the ideal outdoor living space for enjoying the sunny, warm weather of the Mission. A bountiful lemon tree, apple tree, rose bushes and other mature plantings complete the wonderful ambiance of the outdoor living area.
Local hot spots: Blowfish Sushi, Slow Club, Universal Cafe, South Paw BBQ, Flour+Water, Blue Bottle, and so many more!
EZ commutes to Hwy 101, Apple/Google/Genetech coach and ample transportation with BART, MUNI, Zipcar....and a 95 WalkScore!
Notes: The City Permit History Report states: Present authorized Occupancy as One Family Dwelling; zoned RH2. The Tax records county use as a Duplex. The property is currently used as a single family home, but has been used as a duplex in the past.
The Mission is one of San Francisco's most vital neighborhoods. Grand, century-old homes can still be found along the sunny palm tree-lined Dolores, Church, and Guerrero Streets. Smaller Victorian cottages dot the intimate, quiet cross streets and alleys.
The oldest building in San Francisco is here. Founded in 1776, Mission Dolores still stands at 16th Street and Dolores, and is open to visitors as well as those attending its services. Two blocks away, Dolores Park is a favorite neighborhood hangout, and informal home to the San Francisco Mime Troupe. On sunny days the gently sloping greensward is thronged with sizzling sun worshipers. On warm nights the park is just as crowded with hipsters taking in the scene.
Stroll along Valencia Street any evening, and you'll experience an urban planner's dream. Thousands of young residents out for a bite to eat, a standing room only reading at the Make Out Room, tuning up their bikes at The Freewheel, or checking out the latest avant-garde performance at Dance Mission. There are lines out the door at upscale tapas restaurant Andalu, and the homey Breton-style crepe-maker Ti Couz. Dave Egger's 826 Valencia foundation for kids offers writing workshops next to Paxton Gate, a store full of curiosities designed to spark anyone's imagination.
Access to public transportation is plentiful in the Mission. In addition to bus lines there are two BART stations, at 16th and Mission and 24th and Mission.