1609 Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Situated on a flat block in the highly sought after Noe Valley neighborhood, 1609 Dolores Street is a 4BR/2BA single-family home featuring high ceilings, rich softwood floors, large windows that flood the home with light, two car parking and a lower level den/office that opens onto a lovely English garden.
Built in 1887, as a two unit building, this Stick Eastlake Victorian was legally converted to a single family home, yet still retains the original two front doors.
The upper level features four bedrooms, a spacious family room, laundry, a large bathroom with skylight, new vanity and vintage claw foot tub w/shower, plus a delightful porch that is located at the rear of the home.
The lower level features a 2-car parking (one in garage & one in driveway) and storage, plus den/office area with wet bar, refrigerator, abundant cabinetry offering lots of organized storage and French doors that open to the garden.
Covered in brick cobblestone, the English garden features mature bougainvillea, ivy & jasmine covered fences with pops of lavender and Hydrangea around the border.
Located nearby is Church Street corridor, Mitchel’s ice cream, 24th Street shops and restaurants, Whole Foods & Safeway, Noe Valley Recreation center, easy access to Valencia Street corridor, tech shuttles and easy access to 280 & 101.
2,094 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA
For those who want close proximity to the excitement and splendor of the Castro or Mission Delores but in a quaint, residential setting, Noe Valley is the answer.Explore
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