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2610-2614 25th St

SF Urban Farmhouse

Located in San Francisco

Now you can own a hip, modernized Farmhouse in San Francisco’s sunny Mission District: a two unit Victorian building plus a secluded detached cottage, located in the historic and cultural heart of the Mission District. Walk to the famous murals in Balmy Alley, dive into a cone at Humphrey Slocombe or have brunch at the famous St. Francis. Live in the vacant two story, 2 bedroom/2 bath owners’ unit, while collecting income on the two other rented units, or make a savvy investment and rent out the entire property.

Key Stats

  • Three units in two buildings
  • Front duplex w/ Victorian detail
  • First floor 2BR/1BA w/ private deck
  • Rear fully detached cottage w/loft bedroom and large bonus room
  • Top floor owner’s unit vacant 2 BR/2BA
  • Lush patio with healthy manicured garden
  • Years built: 1894-Duplex and 1947-Cottage (per SFPUC)
  • Inner Mission close to parks, Balmy Alley murals, hip restaurants
  • Less than a minute to 101, MUNI, BART
  • Total Building Size: 3,010 sqft
  • 2610 (lower front): 745 sqft
  • 2612 (upper front - owner’s unit) - 1,610 sqft
  • 2614 (rear cottage) - 655 sqft
  • Walk score: 91
  • Transit score: 75
  • Bike score: 95

The property consists of three units in two fully detached buildings: the largest unit is the vacant top floor, two bedroom / two bathroom owners’ residence featuring abundant character including tall ceilings and windows, detailed relief wainscoting, picture frame molding and beautifully refinished original wood floors.

Just below is the second unit: a two bedroom, one bath flat with a private fenced front patio. The third unit is a completely separate and sweet two-story cottage , also with refinished original floors, featuring a lofted bedroom, spiral staircase, vaulted ceilings and skylights, plus a huge bonus room on the garden level.

Between the two buildings is a large secluded garden sanctuary with towering trees and climbing vines over a flagstone patio.

The top floor unit features abundant light and famous architecture. The second story master suite expands the length of the house with a pitched ceiling, exposed original redwood beams, skylights, a luxurious two-person clawfoot soaking tub, and separate commode and sink. Enjoy deep closet space and copious additional built-in storage.  It provides a quiet and relaxing retreat featuring repurposed metal railing and simple stained glass privacy windows.

The first story heart of the house is a generous sized chef’s kitchen with glass front white cabinets, industrial galvanized countertops, Viking six burner gas range, Bosch dishwasher, Fisher and Paykel fridge and a lovely view onto the garden. Entertain in the generous formal dining room with a built-in hutch, two pantries and carved cornices, accenting a glassed in alcove. Let the party flow into the connected living room where a set of bay windows and an arched wood burning fireplace decorated in a wood carved mantel, create the right kind of ambiance for a cocktail party or family gathering. Ton of light streams in throughout this entire home from all directions , and at all times of the day.  Each room has at least one window, and several have windows on three sides.

This home’s second bedroom features a built-in loft bed with a work or hang out space below and is adjacent to another full bath with a shower over tub. There’s also a separate office with built-in desk surrounded by windows, and underneath the stairs to the master suite you’ll find a sweet reading nook wrapped in built-in cabinets for art and books that is roomy enough for chairs or a desk.

This is a rare, one-of-a-kind, fully detached home with surprises at every turn. It offers strong income, serenity, authenticity and modern living in one of San Francisco’s original homes built in 1894.

The outdoor space is a major draw with its flagstone patio, well-manicured trees and blooming vines which act as a vibrant screen between the cottage and main house. As well, you’ll find the owners’ unit laundry room off the patio.  From this house, it’s an easy walk to 24th Street’s rich shopping area where you can dive into taco shops, grab a sandwich at Wise Guys, dine at The Spice Jar, or savor some of the city’s most revered murals. Highway 101/280, MUNI, BART and tech bus stops are minutes away. You’re also right on the cusp of Potrero Hill and Bernal Heights, both rife with cute shops, trendy restaurants and lush green spaces. There is tons of street parking in this cloistered and private “Potrero Annex” section of the Mission.

This is a great opportunity to afford modern-living, character and income in a precious spot in one of the city’s hottest, culturally rich neighborhoods. You’ll enjoy deep pride of ownership of an authentic part of San Francisco’s history.

About the Neighborhood

The Mission District delivers great weather, Michelin star-rated restaurants, neighborhood eateries, hot night-time hangouts, playhouses, movie theaters and artist communities. Dig into donut bread pudding at Dynamo Donuts or become a taco expert at any one of the 24th Street shops with cult followings. 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 immediate access to 280 and 101, making it a snap to explore the city and access Silicon Valley, SFO, and the entire Bay Area.

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Status: Sold
5 Bed  |  4 Baths
List: $1,498,000
3,010 Sq. Ft.
Per floor plan
Built in 1894
Represented: seller

Floorplans

SF Urban Farmhouse

Located in San Francisco

Now you can own a hip, modernized Farmhouse in San Francisco’s sunny Mission District: a two unit Victorian building plus a secluded detached cottage, located in the historic and cultural heart of the Mission District. Walk to the famous murals in Balmy Alley, dive into a cone at Humphrey Slocombe or have brunch at the famous St. Francis. Live in the vacant two story, 2 bedroom/2 bath owners’ unit, while collecting income on the two other rented units, or make a savvy investment and rent out the entire property.

Key Stats

  • Three units in two buildings
  • Front duplex w/ Victorian detail
  • First floor 2BR/1BA w/ private deck
  • Rear fully detached cottage w/loft bedroom and large bonus room
  • Top floor owner’s unit vacant 2 BR/2BA
  • Lush patio with healthy manicured garden
  • Years built: 1894-Duplex and 1947-Cottage (per SFPUC)
  • Inner Mission close to parks, Balmy Alley murals, hip restaurants
  • Less than a minute to 101, MUNI, BART
  • Total Building Size: 3,010 sqft
  • 2610 (lower front): 745 sqft
  • 2612 (upper front - owner’s unit) - 1,610 sqft
  • 2614 (rear cottage) - 655 sqft
  • Walk score: 91
  • Transit score: 75
  • Bike score: 95

The property consists of three units in two fully detached buildings: the largest unit is the vacant top floor, two bedroom / two bathroom owners’ residence featuring abundant character including tall ceilings and windows, detailed relief wainscoting, picture frame molding and beautifully refinished original wood floors.

Just below is the second unit: a two bedroom, one bath flat with a private fenced front patio. The third unit is a completely separate and sweet two-story cottage , also with refinished original floors, featuring a lofted bedroom, spiral staircase, vaulted ceilings and skylights, plus a huge bonus room on the garden level.

Between the two buildings is a large secluded garden sanctuary with towering trees and climbing vines over a flagstone patio.

The top floor unit features abundant light and famous architecture. The second story master suite expands the length of the house with a pitched ceiling, exposed original redwood beams, skylights, a luxurious two-person clawfoot soaking tub, and separate commode and sink. Enjoy deep closet space and copious additional built-in storage.  It provides a quiet and relaxing retreat featuring repurposed metal railing and simple stained glass privacy windows.

The first story heart of the house is a generous sized chef’s kitchen with glass front white cabinets, industrial galvanized countertops, Viking six burner gas range, Bosch dishwasher, Fisher and Paykel fridge and a lovely view onto the garden. Entertain in the generous formal dining room with a built-in hutch, two pantries and carved cornices, accenting a glassed in alcove. Let the party flow into the connected living room where a set of bay windows and an arched wood burning fireplace decorated in a wood carved mantel, create the right kind of ambiance for a cocktail party or family gathering. Ton of light streams in throughout this entire home from all directions , and at all times of the day.  Each room has at least one window, and several have windows on three sides.

This home’s second bedroom features a built-in loft bed with a work or hang out space below and is adjacent to another full bath with a shower over tub. There’s also a separate office with built-in desk surrounded by windows, and underneath the stairs to the master suite you’ll find a sweet reading nook wrapped in built-in cabinets for art and books that is roomy enough for chairs or a desk.

This is a rare, one-of-a-kind, fully detached home with surprises at every turn. It offers strong income, serenity, authenticity and modern living in one of San Francisco’s original homes built in 1894.

The outdoor space is a major draw with its flagstone patio, well-manicured trees and blooming vines which act as a vibrant screen between the cottage and main house. As well, you’ll find the owners’ unit laundry room off the patio.  From this house, it’s an easy walk to 24th Street’s rich shopping area where you can dive into taco shops, grab a sandwich at Wise Guys, dine at The Spice Jar, or savor some of the city’s most revered murals. Highway 101/280, MUNI, BART and tech bus stops are minutes away. You’re also right on the cusp of Potrero Hill and Bernal Heights, both rife with cute shops, trendy restaurants and lush green spaces. There is tons of street parking in this cloistered and private “Potrero Annex” section of the Mission.

This is a great opportunity to afford modern-living, character and income in a precious spot in one of the city’s hottest, culturally rich neighborhoods. You’ll enjoy deep pride of ownership of an authentic part of San Francisco’s history.

About the Neighborhood

The Mission District delivers great weather, Michelin star-rated restaurants, neighborhood eateries, hot night-time hangouts, playhouses, movie theaters and artist communities. Dig into donut bread pudding at Dynamo Donuts or become a taco expert at any one of the 24th Street shops with cult followings. 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 immediate access to 280 and 101, making it a snap to explore the city and access Silicon Valley, SFO, and the entire Bay Area.

Read More
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