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Wonderful Outer Parkside home, beautifully maintained and recently updated throughout including newly refinished floors and a renovated kitchen. On the main level is a spacious, inviting living room with a wood-burning fireplace and oversized west-facing windows. There is a lovely dining area under a striking chandelier, leading into the attractive eat-in kitchen. The kitchen has been outfitted with new quartz countertops, gleaming stainless appliances including a gas range with hood and dishwasher, and a charming built-in banquette. Stairs from the kitchen lead directly down to the yard for dining al fresco or BBQing.
There are three generous bedrooms on this floor, two facing the back overlooking the garden. The bedrooms share a spacious updated tile bathroom with a shower over tub. On the lower level is a bonus room (unwarranted) and a full bathroom with a shower (permitted), a side-by-side washer and dryer and sink, and a 2-car garage (2 cars tandem) with plenty of room for storage. There is access to the garden directly from the garage and a covered area under the deck for rainy days. The deep, manicured yard offers room for a storage shed or maybe even an ADU!
Fabulously located just a few short blocks to Ocean Beach, South Sunset Fields-Playground, Sloat Garden Center, San Francisco Zoo, schools, Taraval & 46th Ave restaurants & coffee shops, Sloat Blvd shops, and public transit. Move right in to your forever home.
Parkside is commonly referred to as a part of "the Sunset," but there is a definite difference in character. Located in the southwest portion of San Francisco, Parkside's often up-sloping topography makes for some fantastic views. There is a somewhat suburban feel on streets like Escolta Way, with detached homes and charming, though small, front yards. The Sunset Reservoir is something of a surprise in San Francisco's urban environment: eight square blocks in the middle of the neighborhood adjacent to Abraham Lincoln High School. The top of the reservoir is home to California's largest photovoltaic system. Inner Parkside (to the east) is a delightful gem with beautifully maintained homes and landscaping. Nearby, the West Portal neighborhood offers great boutique shopping, restaurants and coffee shops. Outer Parkside (to the west) has quaint homes built in the 1930s and 1940s, many developed by Henry Doelger. They are generally one story over garage, many of which have been configured to provide an in-law unit. The Parkside neighborhoods offer an interesting mix of families, retirees and students from SF State. The Stonestown Galleria mall is just minutes away.