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With an ideal central Mission Dolores location, this full floor one bedroom, one bathroom Edwardian condo is a delightful home in the City. Featuring a working fireplace, private deck, built-ins, wood floors, and handsome wood trim throughout, this lovely home balances charm and style with the convenience of garage parking, in-unit laundry, and plenty of storage.
Located in a two-unit building, the condo is accessible from its own front entry which leads into a welcoming foyer. The living room is a comfortable space with original wood trim, bay windows, and a wood burning fireplace with a brick mantel flanked by two arched alcoves, one with a built-in bookcase. A separate alcove with a beautiful stained glass window above provides an ideal spot for a home office. The bedroom is a restful space with rich wood paneling and trim, bay windows, a large built-in cabinet with leaded glass, and a spacious closet. Down the hallway at the rear of the home, the bright eat-in kitchen provides a cheerful workspace with stainless-steel appliances, floating oak shelves, and a doorway leading to the exclusive-use deck and shared garden. The home also includes a tiled full bathroom with a shower over a bathtub, laundry room, shared storage room, and side-by-side garage parking for one car.
Ideally situated for enjoying City living, this captivating condo is located on a peaceful one-way residential street near the convergence of the Inner Mission, Duboce Triangle, and Hayes Valley. Enjoy dining, shops, and nightlife, or relax in Duboce or Dolores Park, all moments from your doorstep. Numerous Muni buses and light rail lines, as well as BART are all close by, providing easy access for commuters.
With its prime location, outdoor space, conveniences, and quintessential Edwardian details, this lovely home is a San Francisco classic in the heart of the City.
Mission Dolores benefits from its central location, abundant shopping and dining options, proximity to parks, and mild weather. Nearby Duboce Park is a popular grassy spot popular with dogs and their owners, which sports a children's playground at its western end. This is a relatively warm part of town, as Twin Peaks and Buena Vista Heights block much of the fog, and its not unusual to see people lingering outside at sidewalk cafes, showing off their furry friends or sharing neighborhood news. The neighborhood also benefits from its proximity to the businesses on Market Street, where you can find all the basics including dry cleaners, organic foods, and a gym. Muni trains and buses serve the neighborhood while the nearby historic F line streetcars take more easy-going commuters and tourists between downtown and the Castro. With the Castro, Duboce Park, Inner Mission, and Hayes Valley all nearby, this is an ideal location for those seeking a relaxed, yet vibrant, home base.