79 Santa Fe Avenue
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 898,000
- Classic Mediterranean tunnel-entry full-5 + bonus rooms down
- Two bedrooms upstairs with large closets overlooking the garden
- Bonus family room with wet bar and full bath on lower level
- Upstairs bath is remodeled with skylight and spa styling
- Lovely floor plan with open flow from kitchen to dining room and living room
- Updated designer-look kitchen with stainless appliances and quartz countertops
- Living room features elegant corner fireplace and wrought iron balcony for plants
- Classic in-tact period details are complemented by recent updates
- Newly refinished original oak floors
- New lighting and paint throughout
- Lush landscaped rear garden perfect for entertaining
- Ample storage in garage + 2 car garage parking
- Year built: 1940
- Square footage: 1,622 per graphic artist
Living Silver Terrace: A Place to Make Memories
79 Santa Fe is a San Francisco classic. Built in 1940 with elegant lines and a very livable floor plan, it features spacious living areas and gracious proportions. All of the rooms feel large with lots of natural light. The tunnel entrance provides an airiness, as well as a feeling of security and privacy to the home. The upstairs is a classic “full five” floorplan with a connected kitchen, dining and living room in the front, the main bathroom in the center and two bedrooms located side by side at the rear of the home. Interior stairs down lead to the bonus family room with wet bar, ample cabinetry and a 2nd full bath. The garage has laundry hook ups, two car parking and plenty of room for storage.
Quiet blocks in San Francisco are rare. 79 Santa Fe 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 just a few more blocks 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.
The rear garden is somehow sheltered and unusually warm: perfect for growing things or just sitting in the sun with friends. Nearby Flora Grubb can provide garden inspiration and new plants. On the way back you could stop for lunch at All Good Pizza, or, if you are feeling more traditional, Auntie April’s Chicken and Waffles might be the ticket. For dinner you might venture out to the Old Skool Cafe for a combination of community feeling and elegant dining. If you want to get out of the neighborhood, it is also convenient to quickly get to other parts of the city, downtown (or the SF Giants) on the T or to the Peninsula via nearby access to both Highway 101 and 280.
79 Santa Fe Avenue, San Francisco, CA, USA