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Jim Beitzel & Joan Loeffler present:

Central Sunset Treasure with Room to Grow.

| Offered at $1,150,000
about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Welcome to 1655 24th Ave.

You know how it feels when you walk into a home and it just makes sense. The rooms are, well, where they’re supposed to be. You think to yourself, ”Yup, this works! I could live here.” And in this case, you really can.

Enter through a true foyer complete with a coat closet so that your boots, jackets and umbrellas won’t be the first thing guests see when they drop by. Once inside, a welcoming living room greets you with substantial natural light. Crown moulding, tiled fireplace and hardwood floors present a classic SF feel while updated windows and lighting nod to the care that’s been given to this timeless home.

Make your way from the living room through the formal dining room and you’ll find yourself in a delightfully bright, remodeled kitchen. Marble countertops, new appliances and new cabinetry give the space style and functionality with universal appeal.

The split bath has also been remodeled with care and style. Down the hallway, two well-sized bedrooms offer plenty of closet space and garden outlooks.

A large and lush tree and a well manicured patio provide plenty of allure while you enjoy gardening, hosting a BBQ or just tossing a ball with fido.

The garage has plenty of room for cars, but perhaps building in additional rooms and another bath is in your future. High ceilings make this dream a possibility to explore.

Situated between the Noriega and Irving St corridors, dining choices and markets abound. Commuters will enjoy a relatively flat 4 block walk to the N-Judah. South Bay commuters are a stone's throw from shuttle stops and the 280.

Comfort, convenience and style make this Sunset cutie exactly what you’ve been picturing since you first decided to look for a new home.

 

 

Type: SingleFamily
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.0
Floor size: 1335 sqft
Lot: 2996 sqft
Year Built: 1927
Room count: 5
Parking: 2
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Schedule

Opens:

Thursday, 2/20, 5:30-6:30

Saturday, 2/22, 1-3

Sunday, 2/23, 1-3

 

Offer Date:

Wednesday, 2/26, 1PM

 

Listing Agents:


Jim Beitzel, 415.225.2589, [email protected]

Joan Loeffler, 415.816.1335, [email protected]

Jim Beitzel

Corcoran Global Living

Award Winning Realtor

CalDRE# 01114587

415.225.2589 office

www.sfroost.com

Joan Loeffler

Corcoran Global Living

Award Winning Realtor

CalDRE# 01198078

415.816.1335 office

www.sfroost.com

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Neighborhood

1655 24th Avenue

One of the classic San Francisco neighborhoods, the Central Sunset exists between the Inner and Outer Sunset, and benefits from being a short distance from Ocean Beach and Golden Gate Park. There is a distinct small town feel to many of the Central Sunset homes, though the area's geography allows for a great blend of urban experience. There is a multitude of international diversity to enjoy thanks to generations of immigrants who settled here and opened businesses. Plenty of great ethnic eateries to be discovered, along with some innovative upstart restaurants, give the Central Sunset broad options for the discerning palette. The neighborhood is home to many doctors, and grad students thanks to the University of California medical campus, located nearby, atop the hill on Parnassus Street. Family activities abound with Golden Gate Park within steps, including the world-class Koret Children's Playground, botanical gardens, Conservatory of Flowers, and newly opened California Academy of Sciences. The area schools are second to none, with consistently high scoring elementary and secondary schools placing at the top in the California API. One of the neighborhood's most dynamic commercial districts can be found near 9th and Irving. Down-to earth cafes and diners and many local attractions demonstrate that this vibrant neighborhood has something for everybody. Public transportation couldn't be more convenient. The N Judah makes an easy run through the neighborhood, connecting residents to downtown.