The Epitome of a Family Home
Exclusively offered at $2,395,000
3 1⁄2 Bathrooms
Disclosure Package Available
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If you could imagine a family home that was configured just right for your growing family; that had a wonderfully, well-cared-for, comfortable appeal; and one that your entire family would be proud to come home to; you would be imagining 731 10th Avenue.
This arts and crafts style home is located on a tree-lined street in the Inner Richmond, just a short walk from Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum, and the Academy of Sciences.
The main floor reflects the home’s original floor plan with entry foyer, a living room that opens to a formal dining room that in turn opens to an ample kitchen. There is a hall from the entry foyer giving direct access to the kitchen, a half bath, and the main staircase to the upper family floor. Completing the main floor is a den, a lovely outdoor deck large enough for outdoor dining, and a second staircase to both the upper and lower levels.
The upper level has three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. There is a large master bedroom with bathroom en suite and walk-in closet. There are two additional well-sized bedrooms and one additional full bathroom. The upper level also offers the convenience of a washer and dryer.
The lower level at 731 10Th Avenue features a large family room, a full bathroom and a well-sized bedroom. Unlike lower level construction in many homes, it is fully integrated in to the home and is an extremely attractive and fully usable area. The bedroom is in the front of the house and has a window that provides good natural light. The bedroom features one wall of built-in cabinetry and the built-in includes a Murphy bed.
The family room has a wall of built-ins on one side that includes a large refrigerator, on the opposite wall is a large media center / storage built-in and on a third wall are double full windowed doors and windows that lead to a large outdoor deck and private garden. The garden area has automatic sprinklers, accent lighting and an outdoor sound system.
Also on the lower floor is a 1-car garage area that features a full sink and built-in cabinets for storage. The home's driveway is "off-sidewalk" and may be able to be used as an additional parking space, but the buyer should confirm this independently.
SFGate Describes the Inner Richmond as Follows:
"The Inner Richmond is a practical and comfortable neighborhood with a citywide reputation for fantastic restaurants. It's often called "New Chinatown" because in it's Clement Street Corridor it is almost as full of Chinese groceries and restaurants as Grant Avenue (China Town.)"
In recent years the character of the Inner Richmond has been changing. Clement Street remains a busy commercial gathering place but families and artisans of all kinds now make the greater neighborhood their home.
Homes that were once modest in finish and upkeep are being renovated and upgraded lending an up and coming air to the Inner Richmond. Although some streets retain a modest character, other streets are now much more refined.
The business center of Inner Richmond stretches along Clement Street, where Chinese bakeries sell steamed meat dumplings, BBQ pork buns and other dim sum and produce markets that offer several kinds of choy. Diners from throughout San Francisco flock to the Inner Richmond for its variety of reasonably priced, international restaurants. From Cambodian and Thai to French and Russian, residents share the flavors and traditions of their homelands.
Flanked by Golden Gate Park and the Presidio, Inner Richmond has no shortage of green space options. Locals can easily walk to Golden Gate Park’s Stow Lake, Japanese Tea Garden, de Young Museum and Academy of Sciences.
First Open House
Sunday July 13, 2014 - 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Also shown by appointment, Please call.
Tuesday July 15th, 2014 - 11:00 to 12:30 p.m.
Showings by Appointment:
Contact Peggy Economos - 415.271.6390
or Kirk Economos