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Classic 6-unit residential income property in San Francisco's desirable Inner Richmond district! No OMI or Ellis history. 1927 Art Deco beauty spanning 4 levels, 5,355 living sq ft, situated on a level 2,600 sq ft lot. Classic investment property including six 1-bedroom, 1-bath apartments, with a living room, kitchen & dinette area in each unit. As you ascend levels, the building offers increasing views of local landmarks. Many details are original to the building, including built-in cabinets, ironing boards & double-wide farm sinks. Steps to the main entrance of Golden Gate Park, the Academy of Sciences, & the DeYoung Museum. Garage with 3-car parking will be delivered vacant. Lovely shared backyard has new fencing, chirping birds & a fruiting cherry-plum tree. 4 units & garage delivered vacant & ready for the new owner's best & highest use! Soft story retrofit completed in 2018 with steel I-beams. Blocks to vibrant Clement Street shops & restaurants.
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Robert Collett, Realtor®, MBA
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Drysdale Properties
2425 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Well known for its pockets of Russian and Chinese culture, there is always something unique to explore in the Inner Richmond District. Much like the Outer District, you will find similar row houses along the hilly streets. With / Golden Gate Park, Presidio, and plenty of local attractions and food all within a mile radius of the Inner Richmond District, there is never a dull moment in this vibrant Bay Area neighborhood.
When Inner Richmond residents are craving an amazing meal, they will usually head over to Clement Street. Sandwiched in between Geary and Balboa Street, Clement Street’s notable local restaurants include:
Burma Superstar: Plenty of incredible Asain fusion cuisine can be found at this small, popular restaurant.
Eats: Short on space but big on flavor, Eats features some amazing breakfast options that will jumpstart your morning.
Halu Restaurant: If you love ramen and other Japanese staples, this is a must-visit.
Arsicault Bakery: Heralded by Sunset Magazine as having the best croissant in San Francisco, you will also find plenty of other savory/sweet baked goods.
Just north of the Inner Richmond District you will find Mountain Lake Park. Located near the southwest section of Presidio, residents and tourists love to ride bikes or run/walk along the lake. Mountain Lake Park also offers many of the amenities you’d expect from a park: off-leash dog area, tennis/basketball courts, a playground, and picnic areas. Living in Inner Richmond also provides easy access to one of San Francisco’s most popular golf courses. Presidio Golf Course’s entrance is located near the intersection of Arguello and Pacific; once you arrive, you will be treated to a majestic forest-lined golf course. Afterwards, you can enjoy a refreshing beverage and food inside their beautiful clubhouse.
The Presidio and its 1000-plus acres of space have more to offer than parks and golf courses. The headquarters of both Disney and Industrial Lights and Magic are located near the northeast corner, and employees of either can enjoy a morning or afternoon walk to and from work. As the area continues its revitalization, there’s no telling what fun and adventure will be available in Presidio in the years to come!