Sold: 1932 Fell Street #2
San Francisco, CA
- Offered at $ 399,000
- Sold: $395,000 on 05/31/2013
- Seller Represented
- Junior One Bedroom
- Updated Kitchen with Stainless Appliances and Granite Counters
- Updated Bath with Shower Over Tub
- One Car Independent Parking
- Shared Laundry, Storage and Garden
- Dog Friendly Building
When I step through the grand entry door at 1932 Fell I am reminded of the game of CLUE. It is that type of Edwardian mansion that takes you back in time and opens your imagination. Appropriately, this sunny Junior One Bedroom TIC is converted out of the original building’s library. I don’t think there’s a secret passage to the conservatory, but it’s fun to think there might have been.
The main room of the home features large dark wood columns and mouldings, a round bay window with curved glass and custom window shades, and a partition that creates a separate sleeping area. There is an eat-in, galley-style kitchen with stainless appliances and granite counter. There are also an entry/dressing area, two large closets, and an updated full bath with shower over tub.
1932 Fell consists of 11 TIC units. It is sited on an over-sized lot across from the Panhandle of Golden Gate Park. With a Walkscore of 94 and a Bikescore of 95, life is very convenient and urban, but with a lot of green space in immediate view. It is a very dog friendly building, and allows four legged friends up to 60 lbs. The large backyard features a central Palm tree that seems as old as the building itself (circa 1905), and an often utilized BBQ area. Rounding out the amenities, there are shared laundry & storage and one car independent parking exclusively for this unit