Sold: 546 Sanchez

San Francisco, CA

  • Sold for $ 2,425,000
  • VACANT 3 Unit Building
  • Center of the super cool universe location
  • Gorgeous Italianate Victorian façade& interior details 
  • Sold as a building or TIC interests
  • Year built: 1890
  • Walkscore/BikeScore/RiderScore:  93/77/97
  • Square footage per tax record:  2,252 sq. ft. total 

102 Hancock – Upper View 2 bed/2 bath priced at $1,299,000

  • Huge kitchen; purple heart wood counters & new Bertazzoni Range
  • Newly remodeled marble bath plus en suite master
  • Two romantic wood-burning fireplaces + two terraces
  • Includes Parking, exclusive storage and in-unit laundry
  • 102 Hancock – 1,071 sq. ft. (per graphic artist)

546 Sanchez – Front View 1 bed/1 bath priced at $699,000

  • Newly remodeled oversized bath
  • One decorative/one wood-burning fireplace
  • Exclusive use front view terrace
  • Includes exclusive storage and shared laundry in garage
  • 546 Sanchez – 588 sq. ft. (per graphic artist)
104 Hancock – Lower 1 bed/1 bath priced at $599,000
  • Granite eat-in kitchen
  • Wood-burning fireplace
  • Formal entry and loads of closets
  • Includes exclusive storage and shared laundry in garage
  • 104 Hancock – 532 sq. ft. (per graphic artist)

546 Sanchez/102-104 Hancock is perched in Dolores Heights like one of San Francisco’s famous parrots. It is an outstanding architectural example of an 1890s San Francisco Italianate Victorian but in addition to that, it now finds itself at the center of current coolness: Two blocks up from the top of Dolores Park, two blocks from free rides to work at all the cool places, and a very short distance from the restaurants and nightlife of the Castro and the Mission. It is truly the place to be right now. You can walk up the hill see the sun rise over Mt. Diablo, have dinner at Frances and watch movies in the park – that is if you can get past Le Marais and Lark which are irresistibly close. Your friends might even notice you look just a little cooler because you are shopping at Unionmade on your way to meet them at Starbelly.

In 1890, Eureka Valley was just getting started, and this building was one of the first proud centennials erected in the newly forming district. The care and pride that went into building it, are still evident today and it is ready for new occupants to enjoy.

546 Sanchez Street, San Francisco, CA, USA
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