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Sold! Cole Valley Classic Condo with Backyard

Sold! Cole Valley Classic Condo with Backyard

736 Shrader Street
$1,599,000
3 beds • 2 baths • 1 parking
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Charming residence in the heart of the City! This remodeled Cole Valley condominium features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1 parking in a well-maintained turn-of-century 2-unit Victorian building. Private staircase and gated entry bring you through the front door. Step into the parlor where you can sit with your favorite book or sip a cocktail of choice, or both! The west-facing formal living room has a distinctively San Francisco bay window and vintage fireplace. The gourmet kitchen features modern white cabinetry with gold accents, a gas range, stainless appliances, and a peninsula bar that opens unto the yard-facing dining area. Three spacious bedrooms, including a master that has a fireplace, backyard view and large closets; flexibility for nursery, media room or home office! The two bathrooms, with tropical zen motif, seated marble shower and clawfoot tub, really have that wow factor. The shared backyard is a lush oasis for some rest and relaxation. Side-by-side parking in the garage, plus laundry and an extra large storage room.

What an amazing location! On nearby Haight and Cole Streets are a variety of grocery stores, shops, cafes and eateries, such as Whole Foods, Zazie and Padrecito. World-renowned Golden Gate Park and other green spaces abound, and UCSF is close by. Truly a home with a personality that can be all yours!

More information at ColeValleyResidence.com

 


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