Sold: 45 Venus Street
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 998,000
- Sold: $1,100,000 on 11/16/2020
- Active Listing On Market
- Recently renovated three bedroom/two bath home
- Charming English entrance with landscaped entry, convenient front hall and access to garage
- Dramatic south views from living spaces with reverse open floor plan
- Extra wide (47’) street frontage provides extra parking and potential for expansion
- Remodeled kitchen with new quartz countertops, and custom open wood shelving
- Designer lighting and new paint throughout the interior
- Refinished oak floors throughout upper
- Lower level master suite/with new bath
- Quiet one-way block with bright and open top of the hill feeling
- Panoramic views south from the Bay to Twin Peaks
- Large, landscaped south-facing garden with storage shed
- Easy access to the freeways south and or the T- train downtown
- Three car parking
- Year built: 1944
- Home square footage: 1449 per tax records
- Lot square footage: 2421 per tax records
Ready. Set. Shelter!
Over the last five years, this home has been stylishly renovated to meet the needs of today’s most discerning buyers. It has an enviable layout with a full remodeled kitchen open to large, flexible living room and dining room spaces. The entire rear facing living space features dramatic south water and garden views. There are two bedrooms and a remodeled bath with tub on this level as well. The lower level has a master suite with a new bath featuring a step-in shower as well as access to the garage, laundry and garden. The simple contemporary style that was chosen suits today’s modern casual living and lends a feeling of relaxing sanctuary to the space.
A surprising and unusual feature of 45 Venus is the lot itself. It is triangular in shape with a dramatic 47 feet of street frontage, while the house itself is a fairly usual approximate 25’ wide. This leaves a side lot accessible from the street for play, parking or future expansion.
Quiet blocks in San Francisco are rare. 45 Venus is located on such a block – where the neighbors know each other and there is no through traffic. It is just a block from transit and a stone’s throw from the stylish Flora Grubb , open air All Good Pizza, Sunday Gather (the baked goods – oh my!), succulent Auntie April’s Chicken and Waffles, and the elegant Old Skool Cafe over on or off of 3rd. The home is also close to the vibrant San Bruno Avenue commercial corridor which features the new Four Barrel Portola, the classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the award-winning Ferment Drink Repeat Brewing Company, as well as a plethora of Bahn Mi and noodle shops, grocery stores and other services.
One thing is for sure – this part of SF is exciting and densely packed with experiences to explore.
As much as there is to do in Silver Terrace and the adjacent Portola and Bayview, it is also convenient to quickly get to other parts of the City, downtown on the T or to the many jobs in the Peninsula via the quick access to both Highway 101 and 280.