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DRE #444020

  

Noe Valley Queen Anne

4245 23rd Street (at Eureka)

Noe Valley Queen Anne

Summary

Totally renovated 3 story, 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath Queen Anne rowhouse, ca 1906.

Formal dining room, family room, rear deck, landscaped south yard, garage, & storage.

2107 square feet. 25 x 114 lot size.

Price: $1,550,000.

Photos: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.

Floorplans

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Description

This large, handsome Queen Anne rowhouse, one of nearly sixty built in Noe Valley by John Anderson from 1904 through 1912, is located on a lovely block. The facade is unusually intact with Anderson's classic shingled gable, his distinctive shingled flare at the second floor level and the pair of cast relief flowerpots. The decorated brackets framing the inset front porch, the "stacked doughnuts" square porch column, the inset corner window, and the lap siding are all standard Anderson elements.

Inside is an entry hall with a living room (with fireplace) immediately to the left and the formal dining room beyond. The kitchen has been completely redone with cherry wood cabinets, dark granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a Wolf range. There is a half bath in the hall near the kitchen, a large family room (with beautiful bird's eye maple cabinetry) behind the kitchen, and a large south deck which overlooks a lovely landscaped south yard. The second floor has a master suite with bath, two more bedrooms, and a second full bath. The lower level has a bedroom with its own bathroom, and opens directly to the rear yard. There is also a laundry area, much storage space, and a two car tandem garage on this level. A hot tub is located under the rear deck.

This wonderful house has been totally and tastefully renovated but still retains much of the interior period detailing, such as a handsome oak banister, moldings, oak floors, and high ceilings. The floor plan is excellent and the entire house is filled with light. Period homes of this size are rare in Noe Valley. This is an opportunity to buy a fine family home that has not been ruined by misguided remodeling.

Neighborhood

Noe Valley is a very desirable residential area well known for its good weather, interesting architecture, and good demographics. This house is within easy walking distance to the 24th Street neighborhood shopping area with good restaurants and real neighborhood shops. There is good public transportation and convenient access to both downtown and the Peninsula.

  

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