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Built in 1934
2 Bathroom1 Baths on the Main Level Plus
1 Bedroom 1 Bath Down
Enclosed Deck, Patio & Garden
1160 sq. ft. (per tax records)
1394 sq. ft. (per floorplan)
Lot size 25 x 100 (per tax records)
DESCRIPTION: With the exterior highlighted with Art Deco accents, you access this home through a small entryway which leads to the living room. A classic wood-burning fireplace is the center piece of the room. Views of the SF Hills can be enjoyed. The kitchen is complete with an adjacent dining area, formica counters, a gas stove, refrigerator dishwasher and abundant cabinets. Off the central hallway are two bedrooms. From the rear bedroom a door leads to an enclosed deck with access to a patio and the nice sized backyard. A bath with separate shower and tub completes this level. From the main level stairs lead to the garage offering parking for one car, storage and the laundry room. Off the garage an additional bedroom, bathroom with a shower over the tub and a wet bar area with granite counters an electric stovetop and refrigerator are available. Flexibility in using the living space is at your disposal in this lovely home!
ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Hardwood and parquet floors, forced air furnace, circuit breakers, some visible copper plumbing and a sump pump. The interior and exterior were recently painted and the floors were refinished. Buyer is advised to review the 3R report regarding any work that was done on the property with permits.
NOTE: A disclosure package is available and should be reviewed and submitted with offers. Please submit offer with an approval letter from the lender and/or proof of cash. Offers are to be written on the San Francisco SFAR form only. Contact Listing agent if you need the form, for showing instructions and offer date information. This is a sale under the Independent Administration of Estate Acts. All Rules Apply. Seller reserves the right to accept, reject or counter any offer.
Excelsior runs along Mission Street, south of the 280 and north of Geneva Avenue. This neighborhood was once home to Grateful Dead singer/guitarist Jerry Garcia, and today hosts the annual "Jerry Day," drawing thousands of celebrants to John McLaren Park and the lovely Jerry Garcia Amphitheater. The Excelsior Festival, for the purpose of drawing people together in a family-friendly environment, pays homage to this neighborhood's cultural diversity. Another claim to fame is the filming of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, the award-winning 1967 movie. The Excelsior Playground boasts vivid murals along with the tennis courts and recreation center, and the 56-acre Crocker-Amazon Park offers basketball, tennis and bocce ball courts as well as baseball and soccer fields. Local businesses, such as the acclaimed Tortas Boos Voni eatery and the hip Broken Record Bar, sit comfortably alongside young families and old-time residents.