Sold: 2510 35th Avenue
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 1,095,000
- Sold: $1,625,000 on 03/29/2021
- Seller Represented
- 2 beds/1 baths upstairs + 1 bed/1 bath + family lower bonus rooms*
- Classic 1930s details
- Upstairs – Six room floorplan with separate breakfast room + formal dining
- Gracious living/dining with access to central patio, fireplace and plantation shutters
- Remodeled kitchen with tuxedo marble counters and Thermador range
- Gorgeous rear garden with Nantucket green house
- Refinished hardwood floors
- New paint inside and out
- Fully earthquake retrofitted in 2021
- New roof in 2019
- Up to 2 car parking in garage + ample work space
- Year built: 1931
- Square footage: 1619 sq ft per Graphic Artist
- Close to L Taraval, and freeways south
BTW: The Kitchen Is So Fancy You’ll Pretend You Are on TV …
2510 35th is a transporting Spanish Mediterranean center/side patio home with exquisitely preserved details that has been renovated by the current owners. Its position just below the apex of the hill offers sweeping views from the front and back of the home. The entry offers access to the living room with Spanish style fireplace and plantation shutters on the right and the breakfast room on the left. The breakfast room is open to the striking remodeled kitchen with tuxedo marble counters, Thermador range, chef’s pot-filler faucet and classic white subway tile backsplash. The living room and kitchen both lead to the formal dining room, which in turn is graced by the light and air provided by the French doors to the central patio, where morning coffee can be enjoyed here with complete privacy. The main bath with original art deco tiles and a separate standing shower and soaking tub has been refreshed with a new tile floor and wall mounted vanity. Two large bedrooms complete the upper level of this home at the rear.
Conveniently located off the kitchen, a staircase winds down to one of the nicest garage levels in the Parkside. The entire area has been converted to a residential quality workspace/laundry. There is plenty of room for parking up to 2 cars, but the current owners used it as an art studio. There is ample cabinetry and some work bench space ready for your imagination to take flight. At the rear of the lower level there is access to the garden through a spacious family room with attached guest suite with 2nd bath. The rear garden has been lovingly enhanced with a Nantucket gothic style greenhouse on a fixed foundation. This structure can be used to grow delicacies such as strawberries and tomatoes almost any time of the year. You can also warm up in there on the coldest day or relax on one of two patios while you enjoy the view to the south.
And, the Parkside! Built mostly in the 1920s and 1930s, after the launch of the L Taraval in 1925, which enabled the residents to get quickly downtown through the twin peaks tunnel. Many are confused by why the names of the Sunset (which is next to GG Park) and the Parkside are not reversed. But when you look around, the Parkside has MORE PARKS than anywhere. From McCoppin Square, to Stern Grove (Music Festival!), to Larsen Playground and Charlie Sava Pool, Pine Lake Park, Parkside Square and the wonderful strolling offered by the Sunset Parkway, there is green space and opportunity for outdoor activity everywhere you look! Restaurants and shopping abound, with convenient to shopping on Taraval (1 block), Noriega and the new Gus’s market!!! (6 blocks), Sloat Boulevard (Lucky’s, Petco, Ross), and Stonestown (where there is a Trader Joe’s and a new Whole Foods on the way. In addition to the L Taraval which makes the commute downtown a piece of cake. Freeways south enable a quick commute to all the jobs in Silicon Valley, Daly City Bart is also nearby.
*Legality of lower level bonus rooms is unknown. Some of the square footage seems to be counted on the tax record and the tax record shows six legal rooms. However the ceiling height is low and neither agent or seller know for sure or represent what is legal and what is not. Buyer to investigate to their satisfaction.