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The main level of this elegant Edwardian home features a very thoughtful floor plan that allows for formal living and dining areas, as well as casual spaces to eat and relax. Spanning across the front of the home, the formal living room is anchored by a charming gas fireplace that is flanked by custom built-in shelves and cabinetry. Beyond the living room is a spacious formal dining room that can comfortably accommodate a dinner party or large family gathering. Every element of the recently renovated high-end kitchen was hand-selected to create an ideal cooking environment. As the beating heart of this home, the kitchen well-equipped with a 6-burner Wolf range, custom French-door SubZero refrigerator, Bosch custom-panel dishwasher, built-in Wolf microwave, custom cabinetry, Calacatta Blanco quartz counters, and antique Arms of France fireback. Cooking is a social activity, with an open kitchen that looks directly onto the family room, a breakfast nook with a built-in banquette, and the backyard. The kitchen opens directly onto the rear deck, providing easy access for al-fresco dining and a view across the yard. Keeping your supplies organized is easy with the oversized pantry off of the family room. A powder room adorned with statement wallpaper completes the main living level.
The third level of this home provides three bedrooms all on the same level. The primary bedroom suite faces the back of the home and offers a spacious deck with a sunbed, two walk-in closets, and a luxurious bathroom with a deep jetted soaking tub, dual-sink vanity, and steam shower. Two additional bedrooms and a tastefully renovated bathroom are accessed off of the hallway. Head up to the top floor for a finished attic space that runs the length of the home and provides a great play space, or a quiet spot to work and school from home.
The ground floor offers additional space that is nicely integrated with the rest of the home but is also configured with a secondary entry point from the street, providing a great short-term rental opportunity or a separate suite for family members, visiting guests, or an au-pair. This level is comprised of a spacious great room that looks out onto the backyard, a sizable bedroom with a walk-in closet, and a full bathroom. The one-car garage parking provides additional storage and a stacked washer/dryer with a laundry sink.
The backyard is a veritable haven in the heart of the city, with several distinct areas to relax. The deck off of the kitchen leads down to the flat grassy yard, surrounded by mature landscaping. Under the deck is a beautifully tiled patio that provides a place to dine or relax in the shade. Show off your cooking skills with the custom built-in charcoal grill and wood-fired oven. The yard is accessible from the main level deck and the lower level via the tradesman’s entrance.
Step outside of this home, and you are immediately surrounded by a diverse array of restaurants, shops, amenities, and nightlife and recreation options. Just two blocks to Golden Gate Park, this home is minutes away from the SF Botanical Garden, California Academy of Science, DeYoung Museum, Stow Lake, the Children’s Playground, walking/biking paths, and so much more! Commuting is a breeze with the N-Judah train just one block away, as well as numerous other nearby MUNI options, and the corporate shuttle route on 19th Avenue.
- 4 beds |3.5 baths | 2 family rooms |breakfast area | finished attic | 1-car parking
- Airbnb income potential
- Solar panels
- Eligible for Sonic high-speed fiber optic internet access
- SFUSD Attendance Area: Jefferson Elementary School (rated a 9/10 by GreatSchools.org)
Every neighborhood in San Francisco has its own unique characteristics that set it apart from the rest of the city, while at the same time exuding an undertone that clearly denotes its San Francisco residency. The Inner Sunset is a perfect example, bubbling with diversity with a beat in-line with big city living.
Boasted as one of the most beloved neighborhoods by San Franciscans, the Inner Sunset has a laid-back, small-town feel with a funky edge that keeps the neighborhood fresh. Home to a widely diverse mix of people, the local businesses have no problem keeping up with the latest in cuisine and retail selections.
Its northern edge heads right into Golden Gate Park, home to the California Academy of Sciences, DeYoung Museum, Conservatory of Flowers, Japanese Tea Gardens, SF Botanical Gardens, Stow Lake, brand new tennis courts, bocce courts, multiple playgrounds, picnic areas, and miles of walking and biking trails.
The Inner Sunset is also home to UCSF that serves as both a school and medical facility, which keeps the neighborhood buzzing with grad students and visitors who flock to the medical facility for the most innovative and advanced medical services in the country.
A walk down any street in the neighborhood will make it clear that the residents know one another, nodding and chatting as they gather at mom-and-pop diners, drug stores, shoe repair shops, and small grocers on their daily outings.