Nestled in the hip NOPA neighborhood, this 3 bedroom, 1 bath second-story condominium preserves the architectural integrity of the Edwardian era!
This 1908 square foot home boasts a formal living room with a traditional cozy fireplace and a spacious family room with stunning built-in cabinetry, box-beam ceilings, and an inviting gas fireplace. The kitchen, which opens to the family room, has been updated to include stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and an eat-in area. The shared backyard offers opportunities to both retreat and to entertain—with patio areas, mature foliage, and room to roam. Other architectural details include coved ceilings, Douglas fir wood floors throughout, an indoor laundry room, ample storage, and a tandem garage with parking for one car. Located within close proximity to numerous great restaurants, freeway access, MUNI stops, tech shuttle bus stops, and Golden Gate Park.
If you are looking for a piece of history, there is nowhere else in the city that beats Western Addition/NOPA. One of the only neighborhoods to have escaped the 1906 earthquake and fires unscathed, its Victorian homes are the oldest in the city. It is also the heart of the city’s jazz scene and has important ties to the history of African-American music. It is still the place to go if you are looking for great music and nightlife, offering a casual and cool atmosphere that gets a little rough around the edges.