Presented by Isabelle Grotte & Matthew Choi
Prime Bernal North Slope view home! This tastefully updated 3-bedroom, 1-bath Edwardian home is filled with classic details enhanced by timeless upgrades. The bright Kitchen with skylight features marble counters, high-end hardware and a classic range. Sweeping view from the master bedroom and living room. The dining room offers direct access to an adjoining sunny deck. Family and friends will enjoy the south-facing level backyard, perfect for entertaining & for children's games. Oversized bathroom with heated floors, marble countertop & high-end fixtures. The adjacent 2nd bedroom opens onto a deck & looks out onto the grassy yard.
Upstairs, the 3rd bedroom commands 270 degrees panoramic views stretching from downtown San Francisco to the Marin Headlands. Many original details such as softwood flooring, box beam ceilings, pocket doors, wainscoting.For your convenience, the residence is completed by a one-car garage with interior access, storage, laundry & a bonus room.
The lot is zoned RH-2 per public records, with a desirable second frontage to the rear on Ripley Street and potential for expansion. This is a commuter’s dream, close to both freeways, BART and Muni, and an array of corporate shuttles. After work, enjoy being just steps from shops, bars, and restaurants in the happening Cortland & Mission corridor, as well as an abundance of services. This one has it all.
· 3 Bedrooms/ 1 Bathroom
· High-end upgrades in Kitchen & Bath
· Formal Dining Room w/ built-in hutch & deck access
· 2nd Bedroom w/ deck access & yard outlook
· 3rd Bedroom w/ 270 degrees views
· Sun drenched backyard with lawn
· 1-Car parking
· Laundry area
· Storage room
· Desirable 2nd frontage to the rear on Ripley
· RH-2 Zoning- upside potential for expansion
· Easy access to 101/280, public transit, and corporate shuttles
1651 Treat Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110
Bernal Heights is a sprawling neighborhood atop one of the steepest peaks in San Francisco. While it is not an obvious tourist destination, nor heavily visited by San Franciscans in general, the community within its borders keep a bustling small-town feel equipped with all of the essentials of life.
Curving down the center of the neighborhood is Cortland Avenue, the main commercial thoroughfare as well as Mission Street in its southern quarter. The entire neighborhood is a hotbed for artists, restaurants, and small-business owners putting down roots around every corner. It is no exaggeration that the community resembles a small town; they even have their own newspaper, the Bernal Journal.
Bernal Heights is alive with green spaces, filled with kids and dogs. On the south end of the district is Holly Park, and at the top of the hill is the massive Bernal Heights Park with views that give way to the downtown skyline, and one of the most popular off-leash dog parks in the city. North of that is Precita Park, recently revived with the arrival of Precita Park Cafe, which shares its sidewalks with the many families that congregate around the northern border of the district.
Bernal Heights is one of the best-kept secrets of San Francisco, a city within a city, hiding behind the chaos while creating its own uniquely invigorating pace of life.
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