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1st Offering in over 24 years, this sun-filled home offers a wonderful floorplan, an amazing location and beautiful sunsets! Feel the relaxing ocean breeze from your deck and the sunny large deep backyard.
Directly from the kitchen, there is a sliding glass door that opens out to a large walk-out party deck perfect for entertaining, family gatherings and sun bathing. One can also access the large flat backyard from the deck.
The exceptional architectural detail includes two skylights, moldings, newly refinished hardwood, parquet and softwood floors, high ceilings, archway, LED recessed lighting and new light fixtures.
Two blocks from Ocean Beach and Great Highway, close to the 100 acre San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, Sloat Garden Center, United Irish Cultural Center, excellent schools including Ulloa Elementary school and St. Gabriel school, South Sunset playground, Java Beach cafe, Andytown cafe, Underdogs Too restaurant, Riptide cocktails, Gus’s Community Market and Muni bus lines including the L and 18 with easy access to West Portal underground.
Two bedrooms, family room, one full bathroom, entryway, formal entry with beautiful hardwood staircase and 13 foot ceilings, formal living room, dining room, spacious kitchen, large walk-out deck, patio, huge deep backyard, front landscaping with drought resistant plants and hydrangeas, spacious garage with interior access, one car parking on driveway, laundry area with washer and dryer and sink, excellent storage. Newly painted interior, partial Ocean views and Sutro Tower views.
Main Floor: As one enters the front gate the spacious Entryway boasts a new light fixture and room to add a bench.
The light-filled Formal Entry features new hardwood floors, LED recessed lighting, coat closet with shelf, molding, 13 foot ceilings, skylight and a gorgeous oak staircase.
The elegant Formal Living Room boasts moldings, high ceilings, archway, parquet floors, double pane windows and views of Sutro Tower.
The First Bedroom has views of Sutro Tower, hardwood floors, high ceilings, moldings and closet with shelf.
The sunny and open Dining Room off the kitchen is highlighted with a skylight, high ceilings and wood paneling.
The spacious Kitchen is highlighted with an abundance of cabinetry, paneled walls, new light fixtures, sink with new Insinkerator garbage disposal, new built-in stainless steel Haier oven, GE Profile microwave with fan and light over GE four-burner electric cooktop, GE refrigerator/freezer with water and ice maker, GE dishwasher, high ceilings, partial Ocean views and a sliding glass door that opens out to a huge party Deck and access to the backyard.
The Second Bedroom is enhanced with partial Ocean views, backyard outlook, hardwood floors, high ceilings, moldings and closet with shelf
A Full Bathroom off the hallway is complete with a new showerhead over tub with tile surround and sliding glass doors, window, new tile floor, high ceilings, new vanity sink with storage, medicine cabinet, new light fixture and new Glacier Bay toilet.
Off the hallway a linen closet with shelves completes this floor.
Lower Floor: The inviting Family Room features refinished softwood floors, new light fixture and patio/backyard outlook.
The large Garage boasts excellent storage, a Laundry Area with Whirlpool washer and dryer, new sink, windows and a door that opens out to a large patio and enormous deep sunny backyard with lemon tree and Nispero tree.
Parkside is commonly referred to as a part of "the Sunset," but there is a definite difference in character. Located in the southwest portion of San Francisco, Parkside's often up-sloping topography makes for some fantastic views. There is a somewhat suburban feel on streets like Escolta Way, with detached homes and charming, though small, front yards. The Sunset Reservoir is something of a surprise in San Francisco's urban environment: eight square blocks in the middle of the neighborhood adjacent to Abraham Lincoln High School. The top of the reservoir is home to California's largest photovoltaic system. Inner Parkside (to the east) is a delightful gem with beautifully maintained homes and landscaping. Nearby, the West Portal neighborhood offers great boutique shopping, restaurants and coffee shops. Outer Parkside (to the west) has quaint homes built in the 1930s and 1940s, many developed by Henry Doelger. They are generally one story over garage, many of which have been configured to provide an in-law unit. The Parkside neighborhoods offer an interesting mix of families, retirees and students from SF State. The Stonestown Galleria mall is just minutes away.