All property photos
Click to View
loading your dream home...
Situated on a tree lined block just two blocks from the heart of Irving and 9th Street Corridors and a short jaunt to gorgeous Golden Gate Park, this handsome Edwardian flat sits in an unbeatable Inner Sunset location. A corner unit with Northern and Eastern exposure, this light filled home seamlessly combines original architectural detail with contemporary updates and features two spacious bedrooms, including a primary suite with bay windows and French doors that open into the generously sized living room with custom built in bookshelves and cabinetry. The eat-in kitchen has been thoughtfully upgraded with stainless steel appliances, including dishwasher and gas range, wood cabinetry, granite countertops and tile floors. High ceilings and decorative moldings, hardwood floors with mahogany inlay, wainscoting, and custom stain glass windows all exude vintage charm. Additional private storage room and on-site laundry complete this fantastic offering. Truly a don’t miss!
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.