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Features

Artfully detailed and luminous Fairmount Heights Victorian with sweeping Eastern views, pristine detailing, and exquisite stewardship. Featuring gorgeous hardwood floors and a professional grade kitchen with breakfast area. Handsome and spacious public rooms are flooded with natural light. Formal dining room, three airy bedrooms on 1 level plus a spectacular lofty attic studio. Two full finely finished baths. Full basement/ garage for one car with work area & storage. Charming patio & garden with verdant outlooks. Artisanal detailing and craftsmanship throughout. Fantastic block with community garden and easy access to Bernal. Noe, Mission, and Glen Park. Border of Noe Valley & Close to BART, Restaurants, Shops & Parks.

  • 3 bed 2 bath Victorian with views
  • Gracious living and dining areas
  • Gorgeous hardwood flooring
  • Professional kitchen with outdoor access and breakfast area
  • Attic studio accessed by pull-down ladder
  • 1-car garage parking plus storage and work space
  • Charming patio and garden
  • Great location and proximate to shops, dining, and BART

Schedule


Open Houses:

Tuesday 9/25 12:30-2pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Wendy Storch
415.519.6091
wendy@wendystorch.com



Neighborhood


Glen Park

Glen Park is a compact neighborhood that is becoming increasingly popular as more tech workers flock to San Francisco. Tucked below the steep, wild slopes of Glen Canyon, the neighborhood feels almost like an urban village. 

Glen Park has its own library; mom-and-pop retailers along Diamond, Bosworth, and Chenery streets; and coffee shops, bakeries, and fine food merchants. Ethnic cuisine runs the gamut, from Le P’tit Laurent and Osha Thai Café to La Corneta Taqueria. Newcomers to the neighborhood should visit the independent bookstore Bird & Beckett Books and Records, which specializes in the history and culture of San Francisco. 

Glen Canyon Park offers urban recreation, rock outcrops for bouldering, a community recreation center, ball fields and tennis courts, and playgrounds for kids.

For those working in downtown San Francisco, the BART Station at the intersection of Bosworth and Diamond streets is within walking distance, as is the J-Church light-rail train. The neighborhood's location Interstate 280 makes it convenient for Silicon Valley commuters and allows easy access to Highway 1 and the Pacific Ocean beaches to the south.



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Contact

Wendy Storch

Wendy Storch

RealtorSotheby's International RealtycalDRE# 01355516415.519.6091 mobile415.901.1745 directwww.WendyStorch.com

MLS: 476229