Two Edwardian flats, one and two bedrooms, one bath each,
with formal dining rooms, remodeled kitchens and baths, & decks.
Full basement & garage, large south yard.
Size: 1890 sf (per tax records).
Lot Size: 25 x 114, RH-2.
This charming shingle front peaked roof rowhouse, ca 1908, is located on a lovely quiet
Noe Valley block, close enough to walk to the 24th Street shopping area but far enough away to avoid commercial traffic. This was likely built as a single family house and converted to two flats with side by side front doors, with no exterior stairs. Both flats are nearly equal in size; the upper flat has two bedrooms; the lower, one bedroom. Both have nicely remodeled baths. Both kitchens have been remodeled, are very sunny and overlook a large lovely south yard, and open to south rear decks with windscreens. The lower flat is vacant and the upper flat occupied by the owner.
Systems have been upgraded with a newer electric service, copper supply plumbing, and central heat. The foundation is concrete and appears to be bolted. The full basement and garage have good headroom but a steep apron. It is highly likely that these flats were created from the split of a two story single family home, but no permit for the split is listed in the permit history even though tax records list two units. There is excellent development potential here. This building could probably be restored to a single family home if an off setting apartment would be built in the basement. The ground drops off sharply behind the house, so that a basement unit could have very high ceilings and excellent light, plus direct access to the rear yard.
Noe Valley is a well known and highly desirable residential neighborhood in the Upper Market, noted for its good weather and proximity to the Peninsula on 280 South. The 24th Street shopping area, a few blocks away, is one of the best neighborhood shopping areas in the city, filled with restaurants and useful shops. There is a lovely playground/park at the end of this block which is being restored and should open shortly. A number of tech buses stop nearby on 24th at Castro. The location is San Francisco at its best.
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