• Remodeled second-floor condominium in a circa 1909 Victorian
  • 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, including master suite
  • Approximately 1,610 square feet of living space (per graphic artist)
  • Elevated street entrance with Corinthian columns and signature red door with inset glass pane
  • Heritage details include hardwood floors, coved ceilings with dropped crown moldings and medallions, and intricately designed pressed-tin wainscoting
  • Foyer, lit by a new pendant light, with staircase up to the second-floor flat; fine hardwood floors begin and extend throughout most of the home
  • Living room with bay window, media alcove, new chandelier, and fireplace outlined in mosaic tile and a traditional mantelpiece
  • Formal dining room has a new chandelier, tall wainscot paneling, and a convenient desk center beneath leaded glass cabinetry
  • Remodeled kitchen has recessed and pendant lighting, white cabinetry with contrasting quartz counters, and a French door accessing the rear yard
  • Stainless steel appliances include: Kenmore 4-burner range; GE microwave; Kenmore dishwasher; GE Profile refrigerator
  • Spacious master suite with new ceiling light, large closet, and marble-appointed en suite bath with wainscot paneling, pedestal sink, and frameless glass shower
  • Two additional bedrooms arranged on opposite ends of the home, one with carpet and large closet, and one with walk-in closet and front bay window
  • Remodeled hall bath has a basket-weave tile floor, marble-topped console sink, and classic claw-foot tub with overhead shower
  • Other features: two walk-in closets in the hallway; laundry closet with stacked Kenmore washer/dryer; independent garage parking for 1 car; shared rear yard with patio, plantings, and mature shade trees
  • One or two blocks to shops and cafes, and minutes to Haight Street, The Panhandle, and Golden Gate Park
  • Walk Score of 95, Bike Score of 84


Most San Franciscans think of Parnassus and Ashbury Heights as the area surrounding the distinctively charming commercial district that runs along Cole Street. With its sidewalk cafes, bakeries and fromageries, Cole Valley brings a bit of je ne sais quoi to the heart of San Francisco. Residents can stroll down hill to find several very good restaurants, gourmet food and wine stores, some mom and pop storefronts and a locally-owned hardware store. Everyday basics like a mechanic, dry cleaner, gym and coffee shops are right here as well. The older single family homes in this district are popular with buyers; there are quite a few newer multi-unit buildings and condos to be found for investment buyers as well. The trees and lush landscaping that flourish here add to the area's overall charm. Weather patterns are fairly consistent, with foggy mornings and sunny afternoons, and the wind picks up the higher you head uphill. The N Judah Muni line stops right at Cole Street, making downtown transit a breeze. Several bus lines serve the neighborhood, and freeway access is easy, too. This is a very tight-knit neighborhood, and you're sure to start seeing familiar faces after a few short weeks here. The Cole Valley Improvement Association hosts an annual street fair, and Halloween on Belvedere Street is a family friendly spectacular every year.


Open Houses:

Saturday 5/18, Sunday 5/19 2:00-4:30PM

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact John DiDomenico
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John DiDomenico

Cole Valley SpecialistCompasscalDRE# 00994893(415) 298-3564