This elegant 1912 Edwardian home has been converted into three condo units, each thoughtfully renovated to emphasize extensive period details while incorporating a contemporary feel. A private gated entry welcomes residents and guests with a touch of old-world charm.
433 is a bright, spacious 2bd/1ba unit with great flow for a relaxed lifestyle or easy entertaining. Large windows in every room flood the home with natural light, highlighting hardwood floors throughout. The massive living room feels cozy and inviting with a decorative fireplace, accent walls, and a view of Inner Richmond’s classic San Francisco architecture. Both bedrooms feature sizeable closets, and more closet space can be found in the front sitting area. A well-appointed full bath with tub and built-in linen closet is conveniently located between the two bedrooms.
Dream up your perfect dinner party in the eat-in chef’s kitchen where sleek white cabinetry, stainless steel Bosch appliances, and white marble countertops make a modern statement, complemented by the formal dining room. A massive pantry adds to the home’s already ample storage. The rear bonus room can be used as a den, office, or swanky bar area, connecting to the shared yard and patio below. Saunter down to lounge freely, dine al fresco, or host a socially distant gathering amidst neat landscaping and multiple seating areas.
One-car garage parking. Shared laundry in garage.
San Francisco’s best kept secret is not so secret anymore. Attracting locals from all over the city with its diverse dining options, local markets, neighborhood bars and Sunday Farmer’s Market, the Inner Richmond exudes a vibrant yet laid-back vibe. The diverse dining options are endless. You’ll find Burmese cuisine, French delicacies and unforgettable Omakase. Enjoy a quick bite or work from local cafes, bakeries and coffee houses.
Venture off the main drag, and you’ll find yourself in the peaceful residential streets with excellent schools and playgrounds. Vast green spaces border the neighborhood, enhancing its suburban appeal. Golden Gate Park to the south and the Presidio to the north offer hiking trails, gardens, golf courses, and museums galore. Muni bus lines on almost every other block can get you downtown or to the beach effortlessly. Easily commute via California Highway 1, accessed through Park Presidio Avenue.
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