Sold: 724 Lyon Street
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 1,298,000
- Sold: $1,650,000 on 07/29/2021
- Seller Represented
- Three bedrooms/one and one half bath condo full floor flat
- Lovely Edwardian details:
– oak floors
– ceiling medallions!
– two decorative firepaces
– Built-ins in hallway
- Timeless recently remodeled kitchen and baths
- Kitchen features: Thermador range, quartz counters, farmhouse sink and more!
- New designer lighting throughout
- Full-sized laundry room with front loading laundry and 2 pantries
- Landscaped walk-out rear garden
- Close to the Panhandle, USF and Golden Gate Park
- Quick walk to Target, Lucky’s and Trader Joe’s and Divisadero corridor!
- Generous basement storage & bike room
- Easy access with only 3 steps
- Year built: 1904
- Square footage: 1467 per tax record
- HOA Dues: $624.11/Month
- Parking: Parking can be leased from The Village shopping center one block away for $300/monthly if desired. Sellers parked on the street.
- 95 Walkscore/92 BikeScore
Perfect for Staying Home in a Great Location for Getting Out!
724 Lyon Street is the San Francisco dream – a well located, spacious 3 bedroom/1.5 bath flat with gorgeous period details and a great rear garden. Starting at the front, the assets include the front façade, which was lovingly restored about 10 years ago to its former Edwardian grace and a rare few steps up to the front door. Inside, you are greeted by newly refinished oak floors and a long hallway that is well-lit with natural light because the entire south side of the building is detached – another rarity. The front living room with mirrored decorative fireplace overlooks Lyon street and is connected by pocket doors to the first bedroom. Down the hall on the left there is a large closet, small bedroom, ½ bath and full remodeled bath. To the right there is the main bedroom. At the end of the hall a large kitchen opens to a dining room with south sunlight streaming through a bay window and a 2nd decorative fireplace. The luxury kitchen features quartz counters, a dining island with a farmhouse sink, built-in fridge, Thermador range and a full room separate pantry. Bringing up the rear of the home is a large laundry room with front-loading machines and access to the rear garden. Down below, there is dedicated storage and a bike room. The foundation was recently upgraded by the proactive and fully owner occupied HOA.
In 1870 developers started building in the area now known as NOPA because Governor Henry Haight announced the development of Golden Gate Park. Homes were built one at a time in what was seen as a luxurious new suburb called the Western Addition. There were some dark days for NOPA between about 1975 and 1990, but an intrepid neighborhood association and the fundamental value of the Park and being right in the center of the city have returned it to the fashionable status it held when it was built.
Today NOPA is replete with some of the best eateries and grocery stores San Francisco has to offer. 724 Lyon is 2 blocks from Lucky’s, and just a quick jaunt to Target or Trader Joe’s at Geary & Masonic, BiRite on Divisadero, Faletti Foods on Broderick and the Sunday NOPA Farmer’s Market. For takeout, or indoor/outdoor dining, many NOPA restaurants are ready to feed the hungry. Just across the street from Lucky’s, enjoy fresh beer and pub fare at Barrell Head Brewhouse, awesome burritos at Papalote, and Iraqui cuisine at Jannah, or mosey over to Divis for BBQ at 4505 Meats, modern Italian cuisine at Che Fico Alimentary or cornmeal crust pizza at Little Star. And, on the way home, you can appreciate some of the oldest cypresses and eucalyptus in San Francisco strolling in the Panhandle.