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Elegant Marina Style Property with TWO FULL FLOOR FLATS + mesmerizing landscaped garden and deck for practical living! Tastefully updated duplex with beautiful refinished hardwood floors, natural light and rear views of Sutro Forest and Marin Headlands. Set in superb Cole Valley on a large lot with a spectacular garden with western light. The sophisticated architectural details; bay windows off the living rooms, detailed moulding, fireplaces, and built-ins have been lovingly preserved while the kitchens and bathrooms have been thoughtfully redone. Each level has a similar functional floor plan. The garage accommodates 3 cars and loads of storage space, room for your vision and expansion. Ideal for owner-users or partner perfect! This is a prime opportunity to own in an incomparable location in the hub of the city, close to Cole Street amenities, UCSF, the N Judah streetcar, Kezar Stadium, Hawk Hill, Castro and Golden Gate Park! Potential early showings available
Despite its relatively small size, Cole Valley is surrounded by some of San Francisco’s most popular landmarks. The homes in the Cole Valley neighborhood epitomize the phrase “modern luxury.” Beautiful ocean views and fully-remodeled interiors make Cole Valley an incredibly popular place to live. With so many great public parks and activities within walking distance, plus the Golden Gate Bridge just a short trip north, Cole Valley does not disappoint! Cole Valley is perfect for executives and researchers of the University of California, San Francisco who want an easy commute. Located less than half a mile from the neighborhood, the Parnassus Heights campus is within walking distance of Cole Valley. Notable research/medical facilities at UCSF include Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell Research, the Diabetes Center, and the Helen Diller Medical Center. The Cole Valley neighborhood is also a mile away from the 1000+ acre Golden Gate Park. Residents can easily spend hours here and never run out of things to explore! Some of the more notable landmarks in Golden Gate Park include: Japanese Tea Garden: Built in 1894, the Garden is a great place to meditate and enjoy nature any time of day. Koret Playground and Carousel: Located in the southeast corner of the park, closest to Cole Valley, both kids and adults can enjoy all the fun and games at this beautiful public playground. Archery Fields: Whether you want to keep your skills sharp or learn a new skill altogether, this facility provides bales of hay; all you need are your own targets and equipment. This is just a small sampling of the many activities you can find at Golden Gate Park. Of course, there is always the option of finding a grassy spot and just enjoying the beautiful California sunshine. If you love enjoying great food, beer, and wine, Cole Valley is the place for you. Start your day with a short (or long) visit to La Boulangerie and enjoy their French-American pastries and entrees along with some fantastic coffee or espresso. Other notable restaurants in Cole Valley include the Italian wine nook InoVino, the quaint corner tavern Kezar Bar & Restaurant, the casual-yet-popular BurgerMeister, and last but not least, the eclectic offerings of Padrecito. Cole Valley is also within walking distance (and home to) several popular and interesting landmarks. Cole Hardware’s flagship store is located in Cole Valley and has been serving the community for almost 100 years. You can walk to the infamous Haight-Ashbury district or take a hike up Mt Sutro for great views and see one of the old NIKE missile silos. Interested in geography? Walk up Clayton towards 17th to see the blank monument for the reported perfect geographic center of SF One of the best parts about living in Cole Valley is its convenient access to the N Judah municipal light rail (“Muni”) route. Residents of Cole Valley can hop on this frequently-running light rail and commute to the Google headquarters in less than 30 minutes. The N Judah route is also ideal for traveling to landmarks such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Embarcadero Plaza.