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Substantial Parkside home with living space on two levels. Built in 1926, this Marina style residence has period details in the formal rooms and modern conveniences throughout. The living room has stunning views, a wood burning fireplace and hardwood floors that continue through the main level. The formal dining room has plaster ceiling moldings and direct kitchen access. The large eat-in kitchen features an abundance of solid wood cabinets, skylight, stainless appliances and granite counters. Completing the main level are three generous sized bedrooms and two full baths. The lower living area comprises a family room and a bedroom area. The lower living area has dual closets, a full bath and access to a 2-car garage with lots of storage. The home has W/D hookups, a low maintenance rear yard and is move-in ready. Close to Taraval Street shops & eateries, parks, Ocean Beach and easy access to freeways and transportation options. Don’t miss this exceptional home.
Located in the southwest portion of San Francisco (and sometimess referred to as part of the Sunset), Parkside boasts a somewhat suburban feel. To the east, Inner Parkside is a picturesque gathering of gorgeously manicured homes. For great boutique shopping, the nearby West Portal neighborhood makes a superb offering, and features a multitude of delightful cafes and restaurants. To the west, Outer
Parkside highlights a selection of Henry Doelger developed homes, from the 30s and 40s. They are generally one-story over a garage, many of which have been reconfigured as in-law units. The Parkside neighborhoods offer an engaging mix of families, retirees and students from SF State.l on streets like Escolta Way, with individual homes and small, though charming, front yards. In its center, adjacent to well-regarded Abraham Lincoln High School, the unique Sunset Reservoir spans eight square blocks, and is something of a surprise in San Francisco's urban environment. In line with California's green energy pursuit, the areas will soon boast California's largest solar voltaic collection system.