Listed at $1,299,000 Sold for $1,550,000
Spectacular View Edwardian on Large Lot - $1,550,000
Perched on an extra large lot on Laidley’s gold coast is this sweet Edwardian home with jaw-dropping views.
The main level boasts a front view veranda, and living room/dining room combination which showcases the unparalleled views. This level also features a spacious study/den/bedroom which opens to the terraced rear yard., kitchen with great light and view, and full bathroom. Upstairs are a good sized master bedroom with walk-in closet and sunny south facing deck, full remodeled bathroom and charming front view bedroom.
The home has many unique amenities including two large storage rooms under the house, detached two car independent garage, and large terraced south facing yard.
Close to Church Street restaurants and shops, 280 freeway & many tech shuttles. Walking distance to Glen Park BART, J-Church.
House Size: 1358 per floor plan
Lot Size: 4477 per tax records
Fairmount Heights / Noe Valley
Up at the tippy top of Noe Valley, before it transitions into Diamond Heights and Glen Park, sits a neighborhood known as Fairmount Heights. The neighborhood started up around the 1870s, but by 1929 it was still only sparsely developed. Today it's full of single family houses and apartment buildings.
Over the years, Fairmount Heights and Noe Valley have become some of San Francisco's most coveted residential areas. Many of the Victorian and Edwardian homes in the area have been updated for modern living, and the area is very convenient for out-of-town and downtown commuters alike, with easy access to highways and the J-Church Muni Metro line. Twin Peaks rises high above the valley, blocking much of the fog that lingers in the city's Western neighborhoods; frequent sunny days make this a wonderful home for those who love socializing with their neighbors. 24th Street is the heart of the neighborhood, and here you will find friendly faces popping in and out of boutiques, restaurants, charming cafes, salons and a bevy of long-standing small businesses. Throughout San Francisco, this area is known as a popular place for both new parents and dog lovers to congregate - watch out for strollers and dog leashes while window-shopping! The inclusiveness of the neighborhood is bolstered by a number of community events, including a weekly farmers market and October's much looked-forward-to Harvest Festival. Of course, Noe Valley neighbors find reasons to gather every day -- whether at Douglass Park playground, the newly opened recreation center and dog run, or just out in front of one of the many coffee venues.