• $2,010,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1,506 SqFt
  • MLS# 475511
3 Bedrooms / 1.25 Baths
Spacious home with abundant natural light
Stylishly remodeled chef’s kitchen
Large remodeled bathroom with separate shower & tub
All new double-paned windows throughout
New window coverings throughout
Formal Living Room / Formal Dining Room
Expansive West views from the bedroom level
Hardwood floors and high ceilings throughout
Lovely period details throughout
Landscaped garden with mature trees 
Perfect for entertaining
1 car garage with abundant storage
1.5 blocks to trendy 18th Street
Easy Caltrain & freeway access
Built in 1904 
This superb 1904 Craftsman home in Potrero Hill's North Slope,  exudes historical charm and offers spacious living, abundant natural light, and lovely period details throughout. Recent renovations to the kitchen and bathroom offer the comforts of modern living while retaining details for future generations.  New double-paned windows, and window coverings throughout. This home has mostly hardwood floors and a mature landscaped garden perfect for entertaining.  Set on an attractive block with easy access to freeway and Caltrain, this home is situated just 1.5 blocks from the heart of trendy 18th Street with its array of cafes, restaurants and a walking friendly neighborhood environment.   Zoned RH-2 offers great possibilities.
Main Level:
Entering the home begins at the front porch and transitions into an elegant entry space which creates a barrier from the elements and a space to decompress before entering the living space.  With ample storage and a built in bench, the entry also functions as a place to store seasonal coats and shoes and place to leave behind reminders of the hectic day.  Complete with a stunning staircase the airy and light filled entry flows into the large living room, which is located adjacent to the entry.  The formal living room boasts a magnificent craftsman style fireplace which serves as the focal point, and large bay windows and period details throughout make the living room a warm and inviting space. Set off of the living room and moving towards the rear of the home, the formal dining room provides a sense of privacy and is a highlight for dining and entertaining.  The kitchen is conveniently situated at the rear border of the dining room and has been completely renovated in 2015.  Stylishly updated to the standards of modern living while staying harmonious with the historical charm of the home, the kitchen is at the heart of the first floor.  A large pantry, separate laundry area, and small work bench space is ideally located behind the kitchen.
Upper Level:
The stunning wooden staircase leads up to the second floor that boasts an ideal floor plan with three generously size bedrooms.  The second floor offers two West-facing bedrooms with expansive views, and overlooking the garden.  The generous sized East-facing master bedroom with abundant morning light.  The large completely remodeled bathroom located adjacent to the master bedroom is bright and airy with a very large shower room as well as a separate soaking tub.  The master bedroom is generous in size, and offers added storage with custom built in cabinets and large closet spaces.
Garage & Garden:
The garage parking space can accommodate 1 car.  Abundant storage spaces are located adjacent to the parking space and the garden can be accessed through a door located at the rear end of the garage.  The lush and colorful garden is a highlight of this home; with mature trees that provide privacy while entertaining.


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About Potrero Hill

At-a-Glance Rich in history, Potrero Hill originally served as Native American hunting grounds and rich farmland. But the late 1800s saw a wave of immigrants from Italy, Ireland and Scotland populating the land. In fact, so dense was its Celtic immigrant population that, as recently as the early 20th century, Potrero Hill was referred to as Scottish Hill. Potrero Hill would remain home to blue collar, working-class families until the mid 1990s, when gentrification and the dot-com era made the neighborhood more attractive to the white collar professional set. In a Few Words Easy commute access Living Here Thanks in part to it weekly newspaper, The Potrero View , and the century-old Potrero Hill N...

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