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This absolutely delightful 1916 charmer sits atop the crest of Dolores Heights on a peaceful block offering up panoramic views, extraordinary light and a creative, flexible floor plan.  Offered for the first time in 55 years, this wonderfully well-cared for home exudes the charm and intimate feel so rarely available in today’s modern renovations.   An intimate cottage-like property prior to the current ownership, the home was reconfigured to create a lower, garden-level extension that offers up two bedrooms and direct access to the magical south facing garden. The garden was created with a stepped configuration and is lushly landscaped to create the most intimate of outdoor seating areas.  The garden is viewable from the 3rd bedroom or office and offers up a dreamy spot to engage in creative pursuits or to laze away the day.  

The home is filled with skylights and clerestory windows, maximizing the natural daylight and creating a warm, welcoming and inviting atmosphere throughout both levels of the upper home.  The expansive living and dining room retains its charm with original hardwood floors, a wood burning fireplace, original double-hung windows and a delightful “pass through” to the kitchen.  The living-dining area offers up views to Twin Peaks, the hills of Eureka Valley to the northeast and a view of the ever expanding downtown skyline.

The entry level suite or accessory space has been used for a children’s play area, a private spot for out of town guests and much, much more. 

Street parking has been exceptionally easy for the owner, parking in front of the property nearly every day for the duration of her ownership.  Of course, prospective owners are encouraged to make their own determination of parking ease and access. 

A sizable storage area under the home is directly accessible from the entry level suite or down the tradesway from the garden, making access to necessary belongings, quick and easily available.

The home is ideally located equidistant from the heart of Noe Valley, the heart of The Castro and Dolores Park, plus just a few blocks away from the epicenter of the Valencia Corridor retail district. Also view at RobLevy.net 

 

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Neighborhood


Dolores Heights + Noe Valley

Eureka Valley and Dolores Heights, which includes the world-renowned Castro district, have a wonderfully rich history as the epicenter of the gay rights movement. Today, the neighborhood is undergoing another transition as the long-standing gay community welcomes young families to the increasingly diverse neighborhood. On the eastern end, coveted Liberty Hill offers tremendous views and one-of-a-kind residences.

Where do San Francisco hipsters move when they grow up? Noe Valley. This small enclave nestled in the hills above San Francisco Bay is proof positive you don't have to leave the city when you transition from Stoli to stroller.

Jaw-dropping views of the bay looking east toward Oakland greet you from almost any street corner. Boutiques are chockablock here. With bakeries like Noe Valley Baking Company and restaurants that have become beloved neighborhood institutions, like Firefly, Noe Valley is paradise for foodies. Thanks to the Noe Valley Farmers market, locals never have to leave the neighborhood to get their fix of fresh organic vegetables, fruit and honey.

Some of the best public schools in the city are here in Noe Valley. Fairmount Elementary School and Alvarado Elementary School are both notable for their levels of family involvement. James Lick Middle School prepares students with language immersion programs, award winning art, music, and media programs. And the test scores are above 600 on the California Academic Performance Index (API.

Nightlife? Got it. From the divey Valley Tavern to the awesome selection of imported beers at The Dubliner, Noe Valley is increasingly known for its nightlife. For live music check out Noe Valley Ministry, presenter of world class performers in folk, world music and the alt-rock scene.

Noe Valley is that prized thing in San Francisco: a place where families can put down roots, straight through the sidewalks of 24th Street.



Schedule

Open Houses:
Sunday, Sept 24th  2-4pm
Sunday, Oct 1st  2-4pm

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, Sept 26th 12-1:30pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Rob Levy
415.385.8011
rob@roblevy.net

Disclosure Package Contact:
Samantha Yu
samantha.yu@sothebyshomes.com
415.637.0450

 

Contact

Rob Levy

Rob Levy

Sotheby's International RealtycalDRE# 01233262415.385.8011 mobilewww.RobLevy.net