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1115 Guerrero St

Parisian Chic Top Floor View Residence

Located in San Francisco

Old world charm and new world elegance effortlessly meld at 1115 Guerrero Street. This Parisian Chic Victorian condo sits on the edge of Noe Valley and is just blocks from Mission favorites like Tartine, Commonwealth, Papalote and Dolores Park. The residence is an incredible top floor condominium with lovingly-preserved details like decorative floral wall paneling, coved ceilings, picture frame molding, hardwood floors, bay windows and more.

Key Features

  • 3 BD/1 BA top floor condo with views of downtown SF and Bernal Hill.
  • 1 car garage (leased for $300/mo at 3435 24th @ San Jose)
  • Modern kitchen open to great room with large windows, built in bookcase.
  • Kitchen features island, quartz countertops, designer colored cabinets and Thermador five burner range and wall oven.
  • Period details like coved ceilings, hardwood floors, picture frame molding.
  • Formal living room with Victorian fireplace and retractable parlor doors to third bedroom.
  • Utility room w/ sink, laundry could be expanded into an extra bathroom
  • Full attic offers potential for more space.
  • Landscaped communal garden with patio.
  • Large deeded storage downstairs.
  • Close to 280, 101, BART, Muni and bike lanes in addition to hot restaurants in the Mission and Dolores Park.
  • HOA Dues $320/mo

Yet, it’s been modernized with today's must-have amenities. The kitchen located in the back of home overlooks the communal garden and is open to a family/dining room. Black and white cabinets, quartz countertops, a five burner Thermador range and wall oven, and an industrial hood present this sleek space as a high-end kitchen. Bar height seating around an island allows you to cook while entertaining guests. Bookshelves in the adjacent family room provide lots of storage and entertainment options, while painted white wood paneling with a plate rail and a large picture window with views of downtown and Bernal Hill add charm.

The formal living room off the reception area is the perfect spot for an intimate gathering. Bay windows look out on Noe Valley. A gas hearth is framed by an original restored bird’s eye maple carved wooden mantle and Victorian-era tiles in vintage white with a relief floral pattern. The living room is open to a third bedroom which can be closed off by a pair of retractable, original parlor doors. A local newspaper was so taken by this setting in 1905, that it wrote about an elaborate dinner party with a large crowd and dancing until midnight.

The home has three large bedrooms with lots of light, hardwood floors and generous closets. A remodeled bathroom with clawfoot tub and dual vanity offers lots of storage space and plenty of room to get ready.

An attic that spans the length of the building has potential for expansion. There’s also 370 sq ft of deeded storage downstairs. A utility room with laundry and a sink is large enough for a large pantry, a wine fridge or even a second bathroom. There’s even a sweet linen closet in the hallway with dimpled glass and vintage pull down cupboards.

The best of Guerrero, Valencia and Mission Streets are at your doorstep, where you’ll find Ritual Coffee, Michelin restaurants like Al’s Place, Aster, Lazy Bear, movies at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, live performances at the Marsh Theater, craft cocktails and pizza at Beretta, recreation in Dolores Park, or unique shopping at record stores and vintage boutiques. The 24th St BART station is just a few minutes away, and MUNI, 101 and 280 are close, too. All of this convenience comes with history and modernity, a rare find in such an idyllic location.

About the Mission

The Mission District delivers Michelin star-rated restaurants, neighborhood eateries, hot night-time hangouts, playhouses, movie theaters and artist communities to 1115 Guerrero’s doorstep. Find the perfect outfit at Le Point on Valencia, chill with friends at Dolores Park, have a cup of tea at Samovar Tea house and a frangipane croissant from Tartine, or catch a movie and a beer at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.  

The Mission is a commuter’s paradise with designated bike lanes and relatively flat terrain, BART and Muni options galore and easy access to 280 and 101, making it a snap to explore the city and the entire Bay Area.

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Status: Sold
3 Bed  |  1 Bath
Sold: $1,660,000
List: $1,498,000
1,785 Sq. Ft.
per floor plan
Built in 1904
Parking: 1 Leased
Represented: seller

Floorplans

Parisian Chic Top Floor View Residence

Located in San Francisco

Old world charm and new world elegance effortlessly meld at 1115 Guerrero Street. This Parisian Chic Victorian condo sits on the edge of Noe Valley and is just blocks from Mission favorites like Tartine, Commonwealth, Papalote and Dolores Park. The residence is an incredible top floor condominium with lovingly-preserved details like decorative floral wall paneling, coved ceilings, picture frame molding, hardwood floors, bay windows and more.

Key Features

  • 3 BD/1 BA top floor condo with views of downtown SF and Bernal Hill.
  • 1 car garage (leased for $300/mo at 3435 24th @ San Jose)
  • Modern kitchen open to great room with large windows, built in bookcase.
  • Kitchen features island, quartz countertops, designer colored cabinets and Thermador five burner range and wall oven.
  • Period details like coved ceilings, hardwood floors, picture frame molding.
  • Formal living room with Victorian fireplace and retractable parlor doors to third bedroom.
  • Utility room w/ sink, laundry could be expanded into an extra bathroom
  • Full attic offers potential for more space.
  • Landscaped communal garden with patio.
  • Large deeded storage downstairs.
  • Close to 280, 101, BART, Muni and bike lanes in addition to hot restaurants in the Mission and Dolores Park.
  • HOA Dues $320/mo

Yet, it’s been modernized with today's must-have amenities. The kitchen located in the back of home overlooks the communal garden and is open to a family/dining room. Black and white cabinets, quartz countertops, a five burner Thermador range and wall oven, and an industrial hood present this sleek space as a high-end kitchen. Bar height seating around an island allows you to cook while entertaining guests. Bookshelves in the adjacent family room provide lots of storage and entertainment options, while painted white wood paneling with a plate rail and a large picture window with views of downtown and Bernal Hill add charm.

The formal living room off the reception area is the perfect spot for an intimate gathering. Bay windows look out on Noe Valley. A gas hearth is framed by an original restored bird’s eye maple carved wooden mantle and Victorian-era tiles in vintage white with a relief floral pattern. The living room is open to a third bedroom which can be closed off by a pair of retractable, original parlor doors. A local newspaper was so taken by this setting in 1905, that it wrote about an elaborate dinner party with a large crowd and dancing until midnight.

The home has three large bedrooms with lots of light, hardwood floors and generous closets. A remodeled bathroom with clawfoot tub and dual vanity offers lots of storage space and plenty of room to get ready.

An attic that spans the length of the building has potential for expansion. There’s also 370 sq ft of deeded storage downstairs. A utility room with laundry and a sink is large enough for a large pantry, a wine fridge or even a second bathroom. There’s even a sweet linen closet in the hallway with dimpled glass and vintage pull down cupboards.

The best of Guerrero, Valencia and Mission Streets are at your doorstep, where you’ll find Ritual Coffee, Michelin restaurants like Al’s Place, Aster, Lazy Bear, movies at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, live performances at the Marsh Theater, craft cocktails and pizza at Beretta, recreation in Dolores Park, or unique shopping at record stores and vintage boutiques. The 24th St BART station is just a few minutes away, and MUNI, 101 and 280 are close, too. All of this convenience comes with history and modernity, a rare find in such an idyllic location.

About the Mission

The Mission District delivers Michelin star-rated restaurants, neighborhood eateries, hot night-time hangouts, playhouses, movie theaters and artist communities to 1115 Guerrero’s doorstep. Find the perfect outfit at Le Point on Valencia, chill with friends at Dolores Park, have a cup of tea at Samovar Tea house and a frangipane croissant from Tartine, or catch a movie and a beer at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.  

The Mission is a commuter’s paradise with designated bike lanes and relatively flat terrain, BART and Muni options galore and easy access to 280 and 101, making it a snap to explore the city and the entire Bay Area.

Read More
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