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Features

Prime West Side location - Traditional 20’s home offers great convenience to West Portal Village: MUNI, schools, shopping & restaurants. 

Main level - formal living room, beautiful Batchelder tiled wood burning fireplace with built-in cabinets on both sides. Formal dining room just off the renovated kitchen with stainless-steel appliances. 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom – Gracious master suite with sitting area and built-in bookcase/cabinets. Sliding doors with direct access to garden and patio area. Stunning outlook towards Mt Davidson and West Portal.

Lower level - easily accessible off the hallway - the lower level offers great flexibility to use as a family room, guest space or master bedroom. Large closet with built-ins (large safe hidden behind the built-ins) great light and French door to patio and garden area. 1 car parking, laundry area, ample storage shelving. Close to all that West Portal has to offer - 93 Walk Score!

Additional Features - utility room adjacent the room down may offer potential to expand into to add bathroom. Beautiful and lush landscaped backyard offers terracotta and stone patio areas with pond and planting beds all around. Dryscape front yard for ease of maintenance.

 

Floor Plans




Neighborhood


West Portal is a neighborhood lost in time. Originally developed as a suburb of San Francisco's downtown, West Portal's building boom began in the 1920s with the opening of the trolley tunnel under Twin Peaks. Residential housing along the hilly, wooded streets is made up predominately of single-family detached homes with small yards. The shopping district is compact and comprised mainly of Mom and Pop stores, neighborhood taverns, and family-style restaurants sporting irony-free Formica countertops. There's family-friendly 50s feel to the neighborhood, long a favorite with San Francisco's firefighters, police, and teachers, as well as the owners of those Mom and Pop operations. Many of these businesses have operated in West Portal for generations, and consequently the neighborhood has a stable feel. Eezy Freezy Market and the Empire Theater have been doing business for decades. And newcomers like Ambassador Toys, with their handpicked selection of toys from around the world, and Cafe For All Seasons, do a great job of fitting into the street scene. Catching a MUNI Metro from West Portal is never a problem. No fewer than four trolleys (K, L ,M, and T) trundle out of the West Portal tunnel at the foot of Twin Peaks, connecting this neighborhood to San Francisco's Market Street and downtown.
 


Schedule

Open Houses:

Thursday, October 17th 5:30-7pm

Saturday, October 19th 2-4pm

Sunday, October 20th 2-4pm

 

Brokers Tour:

Tuesday, October 15th 1-2:30pm

Tuesday, October 22nd 1:30-3pm

 

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Shameran Anderer
(415) 297-9791
[email protected]

Contact


Shameran Anderer

Realtor® Associatewww.Shameran.comBarbCo Real EstateDRE# 01068055(415) 297-9791 mobileShameran.com