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A gracious, immediately appealing home greets you as you enter into the spacious foyer and survey the beautiful details of this 1930’s home along with the gorgeous, modern updates which abound. You’ll notice that the sunlight flows through the entire home through its abundant windows. The central staircase is a nice focal point and blends seamlessly with its clear railings and ties in the main living areas beautifully.
The living room is a warm, inviting space with built in bookshelves and a brick wood burning fireplace. The wide plank oak floors which run throughout create a contemporary yet classic feel. The oversized dining room is a dramatic setting for a dinner party and opens into the recently remodeled fabulous kitchen where you’ll want to spend all your mornings looking out over the beautiful landscape which consist of soaring Redwood trees, the cityscape and the Golden Gate Bridge.
The kitchen features a central island, dual toned cabinets, Ann Sacks tile, and cabinet faced appliances. To the side is a clever coffee and beverage bar, complete with a refrigerator. There’s plenty of storage that will delight any chef and looking through the enlarged windows make washing the dishes much more fun as you survey the birds outside. Walk outside to the sunny deck to enjoy your morning coffee or walk down to pick fresh herbs for your evening meal.
On the upper level, you’re immediately greeted by an inviting sunroom with its own patio. Spend warm afternoons reading a book or use the space as a den or office. The three bedrooms are all spacious and each feature a walk in closet.
The lush and private yard features a giant cedar hot tub calling out to you for relaxation. Afterwards, lay by the gas plumbed firepit and have a nap.
There have only been three owners of the home. The first owners built the house in 1923 and gifted it to their daughter who lived here until she was 80. The second owners lived in the house for 27 years.
This A++ neighborhood has a WalkScore of 95 and boasts central, easy access to all points in the City and beyond. This home is located just steps from the Irving Street shopping district, the UCSF Parnassus Medical Center, and to public transportation. The Mt Sutro open space is a block away and Sutro tower and Golden Gate Park are within blocks.
Completely engineered and designer remodeled main level
Three bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms in the main home plus a beautiful sun room with a private patio
Two additional rooms and a full bathroom on the street/garage level
Recessed lighting and designer fixtures
Hardwood flooring throughout
Original details with built ins, high ceilings, and wood burning fireplace
Spacious walk-in closets in each bedroom
Dual sinks in the main bathroom, heated towel rack and Toto bidet
Newly added powder room on the main level
French drainage and full landscape remodel with cedar hot tub and gas firepit
Several outdoor areas with easy access
One car garage, plenty of storage, laundry and craft or work area
Buried utility lines - no unsightly wires!
The dynamic Inner Sunset neighborhood is a hop and a skip from Golden Gate Park, Cole Valley, UCSF, and The Haight. This area is a tremendous draw for young urban professionals and families. Homes in the Inner Sunset include multi-unit buildings, single-family homes, and contemporary condominiums.
Foodies flock to Cole Street’s restaurants and cafés for relaxing evenings and weekend. Extraordinary food, a top-rated comedy club, and so much more, imbue the Inner Sunset with the best kind of urban bustle. The Haight, a culturally historic grouping of streets, keeps its 1960’s history alive with colorful street performers, and superb eateries lining its quaint blocks.
Golden Gate Park, which borders the Inner Sunset to the North, is one of the world’s great city parks. It offers copious hiking and walking paths, world-class museums, fantastic bicycling, and lovely gardens. For additional nature walks, UCSF’s Mount Sutro Open Space Preserve has a few delightful forrest strolls past native trees and serene grasses. For views, the smaller Grand View Park shows off distant 360 degree expanses, including downtown San Francisco, Golden Gate Park, Pacific Ocean views.
Also at your fingertips is the nationally acclaimed Garden for the Environment. This one-acre urban demonstration garden provides locals with environmental education programs on diverse subjects including sustainable food systems, organic gardening, and urban composting.
Edwardian era homes line the delightful, quiet streets of the Inner Sunset. Period details include polished hardwood floors, picture rail moldings, and superbly crafted wainscoting. Many boast wood burning fireplaces, formal living and dining rooms, large yards with decks, and essential parking garages. Convenient commuting via Muni make for easy trips to downtown San Francisco.