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Built in 1951
2 Bedroom 1 Bath
Plus Unit Down
Deck, Patio & Garden
1862 sq. ft. (per floorplan)
Lot size 25 x 70 (per tax records)
Lovely English Entry style home in the popular Portola District. You
enter through a gate into a small entryway which has stairs that lead to the main living level and central hallway. Straight ahead is the living room. To the right is the remodeled kitchen with granite counters, gas stovetop, double oven, dishwasher, disposal and abundant cabinets and countertops. Adjacent to the kitchen is a formal dining room. Off the central hallway are two bedrooms. From the front bedroom and living room are peak-a-boo views. The primary bedroom has built in drawers and cabinets. The updated bathroom has tile floors and a shower over the tub. Off the dining room is a laundry closet with stacked washer and dryer. At the rear of this level is an office space with built in cabinets and spectacular views of Downtown SF. From this office space a door to a deck with stairs giving access to a patio and the nice sized backyard where you can relax. Inside the main entry gate, to the left is the garage offering parking for one car and, storage. Off the garage there is a hallway that leads to a separate one bedroom, one bathroom unit. There is a compete kitchen and laundry closet with washer and dryer. The bedroom area has built in cabinetry. This area is tenant occupied and not warranted as to the legality by either the seller or the agent. Please note: Sale is subject to tenants rights as regards this space.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Hardwood, tile and carpeted floors, forced air furnace and wall furnace, circuit breakers, some visible copper plumbing. Automatic garage door opener. The interior on the main level was recently painted. Buyer is advised to review the 3R report regarding any work that was done on the property with permits.
The Portola area was named for Don Gaspar de Portola - an explorer in 1769 who was charged with finding Monterey Bay. He overshot his target and stumbled upon San Francisco Bay instead. In the early 1900s, it remained mostly agricultural with cattle grazing on the hills, and produce and flower gardens near what is now the 101. Today, the Portola neighborhood is approximately one square mile in size with a high percentage of owner-occupied single-family homes. Residents can be found taking a stroll through McLaren Park or shopping along San Bruno Avenue- home to a variety of eateries, markets, bakeries, many schools, churches, a business strip, and the groundbreaking Family Connections community resource center. Family Connections was established in Portola in 1993 and exist to develop healthy families, thriving communities, and opportunities to share cultures, values, knowledge, and resources.