Rare and Stunning Views in The Center Of The City

3352 John’s Way,
San Francisco California

>Offered at $2,500,000

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Showing schedule:

Saturday, March 23rd from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 24th from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Showings By Appointment
  • Quiet, above it all location
  • Four bedrooms – three upstairs and one downstairs
  • Three full bathrooms
  • Panoramic water and downtown views from all three levels
  • Desirable open floor plan with large living room adjacent to dining room and kitchen
  • Remodeled kitchen with new quartz countertops and stainless appliances
  • Center of the City location with quick access to Noe, Eureka and Cole Valleys
  • Sunny view roof deck with greenhouse/yoga retreat
  • Walk-out rear garden with large level patio and terraces
  • Large laundry room off kitchen with ample storage and room for projects
  • 200+ bottle wine cellar!
  • 2 car parking – 1 garage + 1 parking pad
  • Year built: 1938
  • Square footage: 2,372 sq. ft. per graphic artist

A Spacious Home With a View

Oh the changes this home has seen … built in 1938 when the Bay Bridge was just 2 years old and the tallest building on the San Francisco skyline was the 32 story Russ Building at 235 Montgomery … It has watched as the fog has come and gone and buildings have risen to unprecedented heights. The view just keeps getting more intricately layered – better and better – but it’s majesty is unchanged. And the lifestyle at 3352 John’s Way remains tranquil and removed from the fray … Practically floating above the City, 3352 John’s Way is everything you never thought you could have – a conveniently located, spacious, quiet and secluded oasis with views forever, a walk out garden and 2 car parking on a private drive. The huge remodeled kitchen is ready for you to entertain the friends who will flock to watch the colors change on the Salesforce Tower with you as well as the amazing daily light show nature puts on from sunup to down. Replete with refinished floors, fresh paint and 3 remodeled/refreshed bathrooms the home is all ready for new residents. There is a landscaped rear garden with level patio for entertaining that can be accessed from the upper master suite or the kitchen. In addition, off the upper bedroom, there is a view roof deck with a greenhouse/yoga retreat. The location is wonderful with quick access to shopping and restaurants in Cole Valley, Eureka Valley/Castro and Noe Valley. Freeways south and public transit are also nearby.

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A Convenient and Relaxing Sanctuary

1252 Arguello Blvd.
San Francisco California

>Offered at $1,398,000

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Showing schedule:

Tuesday, March 19 from 1:30- 3:00pm

Offers if any, to be reviewed at 12:00pm on Thursday, March 21st
  • 4 bedrooms / 2 baths
  • Spacious two level unit with 3 beds/1 bath up and lower level with
    family room, 1 bath, and 4th bed
  • Great built-ins throughout for additional storage
  • Remodeled kitchen and baths
  • New flooring throughout (hardwood up, large format tile down)
  • Formal dining room + breakfast counter
  • New designer lighting throughout + recessed lighting in living areas
  • Private patio area plus large, beautiful shared garden
  • Quick access to N-Judah, tech shuttles and freeways south
  • One block from Golden Gate Park/Kezar/Koret Playground/UCSF
  • Laundry in-unit (in closet in lower level)
  • 1 car garage parking + deeded 61 sq. ft. storage room per CC&Rs
  • Year built: 1908
  • Square footage: 1,474 sq. ft. per CC&R’s
  • Walkscore: 91

When you read the address, you might think of the busy boulevard on the north side of Golden Gate park, instead of this quiet nearly dead-end street at the intersection of fashionable Cole Valley and hip Inner Sunset. In 1908, many of the streets of San Francisco had barely been laid out and this wide brick-paved block was elegant and well-located. UCSF was founded up the hill in 1907. The nearby Sharon building and Golden Gate Park Carousel had been dedicated in 1888, and the tennis courts and lawn bowling area were built in 1901. Kezar Stadium and the street car at the corner would not be built for about 20 more years, so access to this area of town was slow, and the pace of life was pastoral. The area was then, as now, a haven for families and outdoor lovers alike because of the lifestyle it offered.

1252 Arguello has been reimagined from its original single level to contain a spacious 4 bedroom/2 bath condo that lives like a single family home. Going up just a few steps to the gracious entry vestibule, you are greeted by an open floor plan great room with direct access to the rear garden. The upper level has three bedrooms and one bath. The lower level has a family room, full bath, laundry and a 4th bedroom with beautiful garden outlooks. The home feels very private and has graciously preserved details as well as modern amenities such as recessed lighting, central heat and well-designed baths. It features gleaming red oak floors on the main level and beautiful contemporary wood look tile on the lower level. The sheltered, lovingly landscaped rear garden has a dedicated section for entertaining and use exclusively for 1252. One car parking and a private storage room in the garage complete the home.

Today, access to downtown as well as tech shuttles and freeways south are all within easy reach. The streetcar (20 mins to downtown) stops at the corner, the shuttles are nearby (at Stanyan & Frederick, with more at Lincoln & 19th) and Laguna Honda/7th Avenue is just a few blocks away for quick freeway access. And with UCSF a half block away, your commute might only be a few steps. The neighborhood is replete with excellent food and shopping all within a few blocks. Think Whole Foods on Stanyan or Luke’s LocalYo Tabién for lunch, and Padrecito for dinner, the Ice Cream Bar or Kezar’s for drinks and too many places to list for coffee… (OK: Flywheel Peets on Cole, Cafe ReverieMartha Brothers or and the very classic Beanery.) Living in San Francisco is all about access – and this home has it.


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Sunny, Sunny, Sunnyside!

455 Joost Avenue,
San Francisco California

>Offered at $998,000

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Offers, if any, will be reviewed on Thursday, March 7th, 2019 at 12:00pm.

View the article about this listing at SF Gate here.

Showing schedule:

Tuesday, March 5 from 1:30 - 3:00pm
  • 2 bedrooms/1 bath + spacious family room/art studio and laundry/storage
  • Reverse floorpan with kitchen and living rooms open to expansive view and decks
  • Charming period eat-in kitchen with new appliances
  • New designer lighting and paint throughout
  • Newly refinished hard and soft wood floors
  • Sunny deck for entertaining and BBQing
  • Quiet, tree-lined block
  • Huge south facing garden + private front courtyard
  • 1+ car parking pad
  • Year built: 1940
  • Home Size: 1,120 sq. ft. per tax record
  • Lot size: 2,500 sq. feet per tax record
  • Great access to BART, most tech shuttles and freeways south

Let it be your inspiration … 

In 1940, San Francisco was growing. The Golden Gate and Oakland Bay Bridges were just newly built and cars were becoming affordable for regular people. This, along with the streetcars, allowed San Francisco to spread beyond and around Twin peaks and made having a single family home possible for more and more inhabitants. Can you imagine the excitement of the first owners as they moved in to their very own cottage? And with such a view!

455 Joost was, in fact, the long term home and art studio for Sacramento born and Paris trained local artist Otis Oldfield who, among other things, painted the mural section entitled “Shipping Activities Inside the Golden Gate” in Coit Tower.

Still tranquil, Sunnyside was named last year as one of the 10 hottest neighborhoods in the country It is the place to be. Still affordable and super convenient to SF Downtown via Bart, close to burgeoning Ocean Avenue and established Glen Park, and with convenient access to tech shuttles and the freeways southward bound. You can stroll to the nearby Monterey Boulevard Safeway or stop for some of the best dumplings in the city at Shanghai Dumpling King on the way to the historic Sunnyside Conservatory Or you can just stay home and enjoy the solar energy radiating from the unobstructed southern exposure.

The cottage itself is immersed in its gardens. The front has overflowing flower boxes and a charming gated entrance to a private courtyard. Inside the finishes are refreshed and ready for a new occupant to love it for the next generation. The living/dining and kitchen are at the rear and flow to the view decks overlooking the garden, which serve to greatly expand the space and utility of the home. The front of the home features a spacious vaulted room with separate entry off the front courtyard that can be used as a family room, home office, 3rd bedroom or returned to its former use as an art studio.

Listed by:

Jennifer Rosdail
DRE Broker #01349379

Co-Listed By:

Helen Luttemo
Coldwell Banker Global Luxury
DRE Broker #01386035


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Own An Original

Pending: 817 Lyon Street,
San Francisco California

>Offered at $1,298,000

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Showing schedule:

Tuesday, December 4th - 11:30-1:00pm
Showings By Appointment
  • Two bedrooms + sunroom
  • One large skylit bath
  • Open “great room” style kitchen/dining with charming Wedgewood range
  • Formal living room with sandstone brick fireplace
  • Deep garden with deck that enjoys southern exposure
  • Lovely period details
  • HUGE basement with lots of potential – garage + more living space
  • Center of the City location with quick access to shuttles and public transit
  • Walk-out rear garden with large level patio and terraces
  • Convenient laundry upstairs in closet
  • Partial red-oak hardwood floors
  • Ample street parking
  • Zoning: RH-3
  • New Milgard Windows
  • Updated electrical
  • Year built: 1885
  • Square footage: Upstairs – 1,041 sq. ft. per graphic
    artist; Downstairs – 1,111 sq. ft. per graphic artist
  • Great Walk/Bike/Transit Score: 89/81/83

Back in 1885, the City was just expanding westward and 817 Lyon was built as a wooden Italianate Victorian row house. Over the years occupants modernized her with a stucco facade, a 1920s fireplace and other art deco touches. From the picket fence to the Wedgewood range, the overall effect is to welcome you back in time. Recently refreshed with new paint and light fixtures, 817 Lyon is ready for new occupants to feel the cares of the city fall away as they close the door and retreat to the kitchen to make dinner or the garden to grow some good things to eat.

The front of the house has a gracious living room with a fireplace. The front bedroom opens from the entry hall and overlooks the small front garden. At the center of the home is an oversized kitchen/dining room with a period washboard sink and Wedgewood stove as well as a new refrigerator. The 2nd bedroom is accessed off the kitchen. It boasts an attached sunroom which can be used as a 3rd bedroom. A spacious (and useful) hallway extends from the kitchen to the rear garden and provides access to the large bathroom with laundry in the closet. The rear garden extends some 50+ feet behind the house and overlooks the other yards on the block and provides views of Buena Vista Park and Sutro Tower. The home is completed by a full level of storage/basement below the main living level. This could be used for expansion or as workshop space. RH-3 zoning makes even provides the opportunity to add a unit or two to the property.

The NOPA location is amazing – just a couple of blocks from the Divis corridor with all the hip nightlife, restaurants and BiRite market – and just about the same the convenient shopping near Geary and Masonic (think Trader Joes and Target both walking distance!). In addition, the neighborhood has an influential and active neighborhood association (NOPNA) that often holds events across the street at St. Cyprian’s Church.

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Sophistication, Convenience and Luxury Converge …


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