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Occupying the top floor of a lovingly maintained 2-unit building, this bright 2-bedroom Edwardian gem sits in one of the best locations in the city, near world-class restaurants, parks and beaches. Upon entering, you are greeted by the period charm of high ceilings, hardwood floors, stained glass and anaglypta-adorned walls.
The newly refreshed kitchen features quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a casual dining area that overlooks California Street. Spacious and sunny, the combination living and dining room offers ample space for relaxation and entertaining, large windows, a vintage decorative fireplace, built-in shelving, and enough room for an additional office nook.
Across the back of the home, and nicely separated from the social rooms, two tranquil off-street bedrooms await. The primary bedroom is spacious and bright, featuring a walk-in closet with built-in shelving. The second bedroom comes with an organized wardrobe and direct access to the laundry room. A full bathroom is located off the central hallway.
If you love the warmth and charm of this classic condo, just wait until you see the outdoor space! A shared roof deck can be accessed by heading up one flight of stairs from this home. With multiple seating areas, an abundance of well-tended plants, this is the perfect place to relax or entertain as you take in the views of The Golden Gate Bridge and Presidio to the north, as well as Golden Gate Park, Sutro Tower and Lone Mountain to the south and east.
As you will quickly note from taking in the views, this house sits in one of the best locations in the city, with easy access to shopping and dining just outside your door on California and Clement Streets. Easily explore nearby Baker Beach, the Lands End Trail, the Presidio or Golden Gate Park for some outdoor adventures. Commuting is a breeze via public transit with multiple regular and express bus lines within a few blocks.
- Top-floor condo
- 2 bedrooms | 1 bathroom
- 1-car leased parking for $275/month within 1 block
- In-unit laundry hook-ups
- HOA dues: $265/month
- 1,169 square feet, per assessor’s records
- SFUSD Attendance Area: Alamo Elementary (rated 8/10 by greatschools.org)
Stretching the from Golden Gate park to California Street, and from Park Presidio Boulevard to 33rd Ave, you’ll find Central Richmond, a uniquely appealing district that features both residential housing and well-known businesses. Real estate in this neighborhood is centrally located with easy access to great food, historic parks, and all kinds of entertainment.
The restaurant selection is unbeatable, from Asian to French, Italian to Mexican, and more. Plenty of cafes dot Clement Street, one of the areas central corridors where food options will match any preference.
Residents of wide-ranging cultural heritage have come to call Central Richmond home, situated, as it is, between the neighborhoods of Inner Richmond, Sea Cliff, and Golden Gate Park. Historically, the Richmond District was known by the early settlers as “the Great Sand Waste” because it was primarily rolling sand dunes - a barrier between the sea and the growing San Francisco.
Truly an area of great possibilities, Central Richmond is a safe and comfortable neighborhood with no-fuss access to both Golden Gate, and
Presido Parks, with the Pacific Ocean less than a mile down the avenue. You’ll find the University of San Francisco, San Francisco State, and the University of California - San Francisco, only a short hop away. And in between, a great selection of entertainment and fun to be found, lining the peaceful, family-friendly streets.
Park adventures, music festivals, spectacular museums, and children’s attractions are just beyond the tree-lined park parameter. Spend the day watching the miniature yachts of Spreckels Lake, or giving your kids time to explore the many playgrounds.