SPACIOUS AND STEPS TO THE SAND
Sold: 256 PAGE STREET
San Francisco, CA
- Sold for $ 1,625,000
- Hyper-central location near the Octavia corridor
- 3 bedrooms/1.5 baths + laundry room
- Elegant double-parlor Living/Dining combination with decorative historic fireplace
- Parisian feel eat-in kitchen with exposed brick, professional grade appliances and granite counters
- New designer lighting and paint throughout
- Newly refinished softwood floors
- Sunny shared deck for entertaining and BBQing
- 1 car parking + storage at the back on Lily Street with access to home from garage through the garden
- Immediate entry to the freeway south and steps to transit downtown + shuttles
- Striking high ceilings, exquisite mouldings and other Victorian details
- Condominium HOA Dues: $350 per month
- Year built: 1885
- Square footage: 1,832 per tax record
- Great Walk/Bike/Transit Score: 96/95/82
Living Hayes Valley: In the Center of it All
Can you imagine that once all of San Francisco, from Van Ness to Ocean Beach, was undeveloped? Imagine the feelings of those first few home owners as they planned the details of their stunning modern masterpieces in the Eastlake Stick Style. You can feel how excited they must have been in their enthusiasm for all the little details (many of them ordered from a catalog) that provided so many ways to personalize their new home.
133 Years Later …
Now located in the geographical and cultural center of San Francisco, 256 Page offers delightful period details in abundance along with modern conveniences like its wonderful remodeled eat-in kitchen with a Viking Range, built in fridge and wine chiller, Nest controlled central heat, in-home laundry, and an exotic Indian slate bathroom with oversized soaking tub. Its gracious high ceilings, warm wide-plank wood floors and spacious rooms will give you respite from the City even as you enjoy being at its very center.
The location is amazing. You can be on the freeway south or the train downtown in mere seconds but walk to enjoy meditation at the SF Zen Center, coffee at Mercury Cafe, brunch at Straw and dinner at Revelry Cafe – and that’s all without leaving the block! Other places beckon – think Zuni Cafe, Suppenkuche, Il Borgo, or the Blue Bottle in Linden Alley. And culture also abounds – from hanging in Patricia’s Green, to enjoying music at the San Francisco Jazz Center or the San Francisco Symphony, a lecture at City Arts & Lectures (what else!) to the SF Opera or the Ballet – all within a few minutes walk.
256 Page Street San Francisco, CA