Sold: 713 York Street
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 1,698,000
- Sold: $1,900,049 on 12/11/2020
- Seller Represented
- Stunning three bedroom/three bath home
- Detailed and restored Stick Victorian Façade with Box Bay Window
- Inviting open floorplan with wall of folding glass doors that open the kitchen to the deck entirely for ultimate indoor-outdoor living
- Chef remodeled kitchen with natural stone countertops, induction cooktop, double wall ovens and side by side 36” built-in full-sized fridge and freezer.
- Upper level features two bedrooms with en suite baths.
- –Both baths were just remodeled with penny tile floors and marble tub/shower surrounds.
- Designer lighting and new paint throughout the interior
- Wide plank white oak floors throughout upper
- Lower level en-suite with separate entrance for flexible use
- Full laundry/mud room on the ground level + generous garage storage
- Enchanting garden with abundant citrus trees and flagstone patio
- Quiet tree lined block with view of mature trees on both sides of the street
- Great location walkable to shopping, sophisticated dining and theater
- Two car parking
- Year built: 1900 (per tax records/exact date unknown)?
- Home square footage: 1715 per graphic artist
- Lot square footage: 2495 per tax records
- Walkscore/ Bike Score/ Transit Score: 95/ 96/ 80
The Best Place to be Now and in the Future
From its beautifully restored façade to the chef’s kitchen to the elegantly remodeled bathrooms and the usable sheltered rear garden, the amenities and details of 713 York make it an amazing fit for life today. At first glance, you can imagine cooking and dining with friends inside and out.
The front of the home is occupied by a generously sized living room and convenient front entry hall. Flowing from the front hall, the open dining room and oversized chef’s kitchen open straight onto the deck that leads to the rear garden through folding glass doors that slide entirely out of the way. The dining deck is just a few steps above the flagstone patio surrounded by beautifully planted beds with mature citrus trees. The upper floor also has two bedrooms with en suite full baths. Both baths were recently renovated with new penny tile floors, marble subway tile shower surrounds and high-end Delta fixtures. Between the dining room and kitchen, an open staircase leads downstairs to the laundry/mud room perfect for projects, a 3rd bedroom with en-suite bath that features its own entrance and the 2-car garage.
Back in the day, as now the Mission was an elegant mixed residential and industrial district. The block on 713 York looks much the same today as it did in the past. The long brick façade of the Felthouse Factory across the street is now complimented by a colonnade of Southern Magnolia trees. Now, it is a sophisticated corner of the Mission District with the creative vibe that defines the San Francisco so many of us love. It is close to Gus’s and the Flour and Water Pasta Shop for gourmet shopping. The Universal Cafe, Tartine Manufactory, Flour and Water, Farmhouse Kitchen Thai Cuisine, Atlas Café , True Laurel, Central Kitchen, “Quik Dog” by Trick Dog and many other scrumptious and hip restaurants are all nearby for socially distanced outdoor dining and takeout. In the morning you can go to Sightglass for coffee or browse at the Newstand at Heath Ceramics. With Lost Resort right on the corner – far enough away for peace at home but still close enough to be your “local” – you don’t need to go far to experience the best of living in the Mission. And, of course, when it’s a thing again, 713 York is also walkable to other great local attractions: Mission Cliffs, the artists’ studios are the Pacific Felt Factory, and the Climate Theater just to name a couple.