Janis Stone & Thea Miller Present:
Stunning Parnussus Heights View Home With Pool - $3,795,000
Stunning views are enjoyed from every level in this renovated Arts & Crafts home which is in a very exclusive location. The living room has a fireplace surrounded in Venetian plaster and French doors leading to a large deck with views of the Downtown, East Bay and the hills of San Francisco. It is open to the dining room so everyone can see the view. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances including a Wolfe range with grill and hood with warming lights, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, wine cooler, island with counter seating and lounge area with fireplace and cabinets for entertainment center. There are lovely hardwood floors throughout this floor.
The second level has the master bedroom with a spacious walk in closet and a large deck and City and East Bay views. There are two additional bedrooms and a large remodeled bathroom with double sinks and a shower and tub.
The top level has a charming room which could be used as an office or 5th bedroom and it has a skylight and great views.
The lower level has a spacious bedroom, remodeled bathroom with stall shower, laundry room and large family room with built in bookcases and a fireplace. From here one can go out to the large patio and deck that surrounds the large, heated pool. A fabulous place to entertain!
Features: pool heater, motorized pool cover, 2 furnaces, indoor speaker system with Sonos, double pane windows, approximately 3400 square feet according to architect plans.
Parnassus Heights / Cole Valley
Most San Franciscans think of Parnassus and Ashbury Heights as the area surrounding the distinctively charming commercial district that runs along Cole Street. With its sidewalk cafes, bakeries and fromageries, Cole Valley brings a bit of je ne sais quoi to the heart of San Francisco. Residents can stroll down hill to find several very good restaurants, gourmet food and wine stores, some mom and pop storefronts and a locally-owned hardware store. Everyday basics like a mechanic, dry cleaner, gym and coffee shops are right here as well. The older single family homes in this district are popular with buyers; there are quite a few newer multi-unit buildings and condos to be found for investment buyers as well. The trees and lush landscaping that flourish here add to the area's overall charm*. Weather patterns are fairly consistent, with foggy mornings and sunny afternoons, and wind the higher you head uphill. The N Judah Muni line stops right at Cole Street, making downtown transit a breeze. Several bus lines serve the neighborhood, and freeway access is easy, too. This is very tight-knit neighborhood, and you're sure to start seeing familiar faces after a few short weeks here. The Cole Valley Improvement Association hosts an annual street fair, and Halloween on Belvedere Street is a family friendly spectacular every year.
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