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4 Bedrooms | 3 Baths | 2,250 Sq. Ft.
Located in prestigious Ashbury Heights, this beautiful two-story Victorian condo lives like a single-family home while seamlessly integrating modern updates without overlooking classic details such as wainscoting, box beam/coved ceilings, corbels, rosettes, and built-in cabinetry.
The spacious main level consists of a formal living room with built-in shelving surrounding the focal point of the room,a marble gas fireplace. The adjacent dining room offers plenty of space for large gatherings.
At the back of the house is an enormous updated kitchen with full height cabinetry, island workspace, massive storage spaces, a light-filled breakfast area, and an easily accessible deck with amazing northern views. There is also access to a shared patio below. The original dining room is currently being used as a 4th bedroom but would also be perfect as an inviting family room. Off the hall, is a split full bath, laundry closet, and access to the basement ideally suited for further storage, a pantry, or a wine cellar.
The bright upper level offers 3 perfectly placed bedrooms and 4 skylights! The middle bedroom is the perfect office with it’s built-in cabinetry and French doors. A full bath off the hall with a soaking tub, 2 shower heads, and a skylight serves the two bedrooms. The luxurious primary suite at the back of the home offers a towering ceiling, hardwood floors and private deck with the most incredible views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Mt. Tam and the Bay. The elegant ensuite bath is enhanced by the warm marble countertops with nickel faucetry, large steam shower and relaxing sauna. The massive walk-in closet is definitely large enough for two.
This exceptional property offers a quintessential location near thriving Cole St, Golden Gate Park, the Haight, Buena Vista Park, Randall Museum, N Judah.
Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights is a small community, and a notably beautiful neighborhood that embodies a very unique charm while offering an exclusive San Francisco experience.
The homes that line the streets in this upscale neighborhood are a mix of the traditional Edwardian and Victorian single-family homes innate to San Francisco’s character, with modern residences whose contemporary architects gracefully blended in their designs, a nod to the neighborhood’s inherent style. Many of the homes have spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Mt. Tam and the Bay.
The neighborhood is light in commercial traffic, but heavy in green and residential space, with the entire area lined with large plantings of palm trees, lending it an attractive tropical character. The focus of the community circles around Buena Vista Park, the first official park in San Francisco established in 1867. The park is celebrated by its nearby residents and by all San Franciscans for its secluded, winding trails as well as for being home to one of the city’s few remaining oak woodlands.
The nearby neighborhoods of Cole Valley, Haight-Ashbury and the Castro offer great shopping and dining opportunities, and public transportation is excellent.