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Vacant Eureka Valley View Flats
Behind the facade of this classic, well-maintained, Eureka Valley Victorian lies 2 wonderfully conditioned, bright and airy vacant view residences plus a spacious conditioned space with deck in a spectacular Castro area location. Set on a quiet stretch of 20th yet so close to the epicenter of the Castro, beautiful parks (Kite Hill, Corona Heights, Dolores Park, etc) and so much more.
Combining vintage 1907 detail across nearly 3,590+/- square feet including hutches, mouldings, chair rails and trim detail with wonderful street outlooks and dramatic city and hill views, this property offers its future residents a place to expand, spread out and enjoy both internal and open outdoor spaces. Residents will enjoy the peacefulness of the neighborhood and its surroundings yet have walking access to the heart of the Castro and all the services, food and city life it has to offer. Featuring a 91 Walk Score (“Walker’s Paradise”) and an 87 Transit Score (“Excellent Transit”) one would be hard to find a nicer combination of peace, quiet, views and space with such immediate access to the retail rewards of the city.
Additional Features of this lovely property include:
A third conditioned space below the 2 residences with its own private access (this is not considered a legal living unit by the City of San Francisco)
Hardwood and Softwood floors throughout the residences.
Vintage fireplace boxes and surrounds
Double-hung rope pull windows
Rear staircase with multiple view landings
Lower level entertaining deck
Landscaped and mature garden with Zen area, fruit trees (peach, lemon), rose bushes, native grasses, brick patio and much more.
Large common storage area easily accessible from the trades entrance.
Ample street parking.
The vibrant neighborhood of Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights is located just west of the Mission District and is sandwiched between and above The Castro and Noe Valley and is considered one of the Bay Area’s most affluent neighborhoods. Victorian and Edwardian-style homes – many of which were built in the early 20th-Century – make up a majority of the real estate in Dolores Heights, with condos and townhomes sprinkled throughout. Since the Twin Peaks block the strong winds from the west, Dolores Heights residents enjoy a warm, sunny climate compared to other San Francisco neighborhoods. Mission Dolores Park hugs the eastern border of Dolores Heights, and is a popular gathering place for outdoor activities and festivals. The grassy lawns are ideal for afternoon picnics or kicking around a soccer ball. Amenities provided at Mission Dolores Park include tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, and two off-leash dog areas. The park also hosts a variety of events including Film Nights and live performances. When residents of Dolores Heights want to enjoy a fun night out with friends, or a delicious meal without venturing too far from home, 24th Street is one of the more popular options. Notable shops and restaurants in Dolores Heights include: Terra Mia Ceramic Studio: Let your creativity shine with your children or friends with a day of painting ceramic pottery! Terra Mia also offers a private room for parties and groups, which can hold anywhere from 6 to 14 people! Hi-Way Burger & Fry: With massive portions of high-quality burgers, fries, and milkshakes, Hi-Way Burger & Fry is the ultimate burger joint near Dolores Heights. Saru Sushi Bar: This quaint sushi and sake bar may not look like much, but with a Zagat rating of 4.6 for their food, it’s easy to see why locals and tourists flock here. If you love sushi, Saru Sushi Bar is a must-visit. The 24th Street and Mission BART Station is less than a mile from Dolores Heights, which provides easy access to Silicon Valley, the Financial District, and Oakland. Additionally, the Muni “J” route, which runs down Church St, is another viable option for commuting to and from Union Square and the Theater District.