From the classic, refined facade to the spacious and bright interior, this 3 bedroom, 1 bath home is brimming with period details: graceful archways, curved windows, and gleaming hardwood floors. The light, airy living room boasts large picture windows and a beautiful fireplace. Off the charming kitchen, the formal dining room overlooks a sunny center atrium. Down the hall, 2 light-filled bedrooms enjoy views of Mt. Sutro. On the first floor, the 3rd bedroom is a luxurious hideaway with built-in bookshelves, lush garden views, and ample space for a desk or lounge. There is also an additional expansion potential, 1-car garage, and laundry room. A sweeping deck overlooks the newly landscaped backyard. Located adjacent to picturesque and vibrant Inner Sunset, your new home is within blocks of shopping and dining along trendy Irving Street, numerous parks and public transit.
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The natives who grew up in San Francisco remember the Sunset District as a sleepy corner of the city. The Sunset District real estate was made up of Edwardian and contemporary flats, condominiums and apartments. Some of the businesses that made the Inner Sunset a quiet destination are still going strong, including Pasquale's Pizzeria, Tart to Tart and Yancy’s Saloon.
Originally called The Outside Lands, the Sunset began as sand and scrub, but was built out along the Golden Gate Park when it was established in the 1890s. Through the latter half of the twentieth century, residents here were historically long-time locals and UCSF students. The dot com boom in the late 90s brought a large white collar crowd ...
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