• $925,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 836 SqFt
  • MLS# 463409

Don’t miss this gem of a property located near the top of a secluded cul-de-sac on the border of Visitacion Valley and the bustling Portola District. The home has been lovingly maintained and exudes charm, along with a fantastic layout! 

Two good-sized bedrooms with brand new plush carpeting & light fixtures are split by the updated bathroom featuring a shower over tub combo and newer vanity. 

The open home boasts an open living room, dining room & kitchen which truly makes this humble abode the perfect place to entertain. The living/dining room features a huge skylight above which welcomes tons of natural sunlight throughout the entire day and the remodeled kitchen features: granite countertops, breakfast bar, ample cabinetry, double barrel stainless sink, and brand new stainless-steel appliances including 5-burner gas range/oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave & garbage disposal. 

Adjacent to the kitchen, two brand new French doors welcome you to one of the prettiest & secluded places on earth!  Two expansive view decks, lined with beautiful foliage where you can take in the sun & some of the most gorgeous views of the San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, Downtown S.F. skyline, Bernal Hill and more.

At the ground level you will find a good-sized garage that will park up to 2 cars, a finished bonus room perfect for a 3rd bedroom or office, laundry hook-ups, ample storage and access to the deep, terraced garden.   

Additional features include: new interior paint, hardwood floors, double pane windows & newer light fixtures. 

Run don’t walk to the fabulous Single-Family opportunity on the south-east side of San Francisco. Quick access to highway 101, South Bay and all the shops/restaurants on San Bruno Ave.


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About Visitacion Valley

McLaren Park, one of the city's largest, forms the connection between these three adjacent neighborhoods. Excelsior borders the park on the east, Visitacion Valley is due south and Portola District lies to the north. The area claims a strong Italian influence in its roots, and today's population reflects a pleasing diversity of income levels and cultural backgrounds. Many of the homes are at least 50 years old. Single-family construction of stucco and wood frame over a one or two-car garage is the most common style. Many of the streets in both neighborhoods are lined with attractive and very well-maintained homes that have been remodeled to include a small rental addition. Mission Street serves as a commercia...

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