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Quintessential Craftsman Home in the Heart of San Francisco.
Built in 1910, this two bedroom, two bathroom bungalow has been lovingly restored and updated with charm felt in every period detail. This home features original softwood floors, living room with gas fireplace, curved ceilings, stained glass, in-home laundry, and recessed lighting. The chef’s kitchen is equipped with Farmhouse sink, butcher-block countertops, glass cabinetry, professional gas range, and built-in dining table. Owner’s suite has wainscoting, coffered ceiling, and walk-through closet. The light-filled owner's bath has been thoughtfully updated with a spa shower and heated towel racks. In the second bedroom you will find an updated en-suite bath with skylight and claw foot tub.
In the backyard, a private getaway complete with a spacious patio, bistro lights, palm tree and lush gardens. Here you will find a versatile bonus room perfect for a secluded home office, plus plentiful storage that spans the entire lower level. This sweet home has enviable curb appeal, possibility for expansion, and is located just steps away from dining, shops, urban hikes, dog parks, nightlife & transportation. Leased parking next door.
Just south of Buena Vista Park and west of the Duboce Triangle is the small affluent neighborhood of Corona Heights. Many streets are narrow, steep, quiet and quaint while 17th Street and Market Street come alive with traffic and commerce. The architecture runs the gamut from fine Victorians to modern masterpieces. The Randall Museum, located on Museum Way, focuses on arts, crafts, sciences and natural history geared toward children. It has been home for the Golden Gate Model Rail Road Club since 1961. The nearby neighborhoods of the Castro, Haight Ashbury and Cole Valley offer great shopping and dining opportunities, and public transportation is excellent.