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Team Hatvany Presents

Exceptional Outer Parkside home


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Fabulous opportunity! This home has been in the same family for generations and just needs a little TLC to shine. It has great bones with expansion potential, and a huge yard waiting for your green thumb. Classic full five layout upstairs with kitchen, dining room, living room with corner fireplace, two bright bedrooms and a large hallway bathroom. Downstairs is another bedroom/bonus room and ensuite bathroom (legality unknown). The large garage has laundry hookups and can park two cars in tandem, plus space in the driveway. Fantastic location one block from Noriega shops and dining (including Devil’s Teeth bakery and the new Gus’s market) and three blocks from the beach. Bring your contractor and some vision!

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1926 46th Avenue

Parkside is commonly referred to as a part of "the Sunset," but there is a definite difference in character. Located in the southwest portion of San Francisco, Parkside's often up-sloping topography makes for some fantastic views. There is a somewhat suburban feel on streets like Escolta Way, with detached homes and charming, though small, front yards. The Sunset Reservoir is something of a surprise in San Francisco's urban environment: eight square blocks in the middle of the neighborhood adjacent to Abraham Lincoln High School. The top of the reservoir is home to California's largest photovoltaic system. Inner Parkside (to the east) is a delightful gem with beautifully maintained homes and landscaping. Nearby, the West Portal neighborhood offers great boutique shopping, restaurants, and coffee shops. Outer Parkside (to the west) has quaint homes built in the 1930s and 1940s, many developed by Henry Doelger. They are generally one story over a garage, many of which have been configured to provide an in-law unit. The Parkside neighborhoods offer an interesting mix of families, retirees, and students from SF State. The Stonestown Galleria mall is just minutes away.