This flat packs a strong aesthetic as well as a functional punch. It combines high ceilings and the best architectural details of the Victorian era with a remodeled kitchen and direct access to serene outdoor living.
The light-filled living/dining room adjoins the kitchen that walks out through sliding glass doors to a lovely private, west facing deck and big garden. Outside you can hardly believe you are in the heart of a vibrant neighborhood. There is a calm and serene feeling on both the private deck and in the nicely maintained shared garden.
Inside, modern light fixtures and paint colors forge the perfect bridge between the new and old worlds, creating a home with iconic San Francisco charm yet modern flair. Two good-sized bedrooms and a stylish retro bath complete the interior.
There is a garage space and a driveway that is shared by both owners (first in pulls into the garage, the second utilizes the driveway). Abundant storage space is shared 50/50 with the co-owner.
Nestled perfectly between Noe Valley and the Castro, you can enjoy the proximity of two great commercial districts (24th Street and Castro St), both public and private transportation and many nearby parks, making this Liberty Hill location one of the most sought after in San Francisco.
Eureka Valley is one of San Francisco’s most vibrant and walker-friendly neighborhoods. Filled with Victorian-era gems, this exciting area sits at the crossroads of Noe Valley, Mission Dolores, the Valencia Corridor and the Castro. Its multiple Muni bus routes and proximity to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) make Eureka Valley a convenient location for commuting throughout the Bay Area.
After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, when much of the City was destroyed by fire, Eureka Valley escaped major damage. Thousands of earthquake refugees poured into the area and erected gingerbread clad cottages and flats. Today, those lovingly maintained Victorian-era homes line street after beautiful street.
Nearby Noe Valley is a paradise for foodies, with its array of lively bistros, cafes and the Noe Valley Baking Company. Valencia Street, just east of Eureka Valley, is lined with hip restaurants and bright street murals. The Mission District offers funky coffeehouses, bookstores, art galleries and avant-garde theater.
The Castro District, the heart of Gay San Francisco, throws the annual Castro Street Fair with live entertainment, DJs, food vendors, community-group stalls and an artisan alley with dozens of Northern California artists. The historic Castro Street Theater, with its mighty Wurlitzer organ, presents an eclectic mix of old movies and plays.
On warm days, locals head for Mission Dolores Park, where they enjoy the sun, along with stunning views of the City and the East Bay. Families throng to the park for picnics, barbeques and spontaneous games of soccer.
2 bedrooms and 1 bath
832 Square feet (per tax records)
Liberty Hill location
1-car tandem parking
Private deeded deck
HOA: $100 per month, which pays for water, garbage and occasional gardener
*Note: Co-owner would like to raise dues to pay for insurance (possibly up to $250 month)
Thursday 2/21/13 5:30-6:30
Sunday 2/24/13 2:00-4:00
Tuesday 2/26/13 12:00-1:30
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Julie Rogers - 415.730.6387
Patty Rogers - 415.307.5535
Shane Ray - 415.225.5990