The view grabs your attention first, but the practical elements may be even better. Built in 1955, this mid-century home's open floor plan showcases a wall of windows in the open living and dining room which frame expansive south city views, capturing Buena Vista Park, Bernal Heights, and the Bay. A remodeled kitchen with breakfast nook and a walk-out view deck lies adjacent to the living area, and three bedrooms and two baths - including an en-suite master - complete this level. Downstairs, you'll find a large entertainment room that could double as a fourth bedroom and includes a third full bath and view deck. The house also boasts a massive two-car garage, offering even more room to expand.
The Anza Vista neighborhood is a secret to those who don’t know the city well. Some might compare it to a suburban enclave, except that it sits in the heart of the city with a 93 "Walkscore," with the Divisadero Corridor, Trader Joe's, Target and an array of shops, parks and eateries nearby.
Three bedrooms and two baths on main level
Fourth bedroom on lower level with en-suite bath and view deck
Open living and dining room
Remodeled kitchen with eat-in breakfast nook
Walk-out view deck from kitchen
1970 square feet, per graphic artist
Built in 1955, per tax records
Lot size 4120 sqft, per tax records
Newly landscaped front yard
Massive two-car garage plus abundant storage space
Centrally-located neighborhood near an array of stores, restaurants, schools and parks