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4674 18th St

Located in San Francisco

Old World charm and a stellar location make this classic San Francisco Edwardian Flat with a verdant backyard garden a great escape that offers the bonus of expansion potential and an income-generating second-story unit. Overlooking a sunny, tranquil residential street lined with bougainvillea and potted plants, this first floor residence features two bedrooms, a renovated bathroom and kitchen, and a one-car garage. A stone’s throw to 18th Street’s charming shops, lively cafes, gourmet grocers, and Market Street’s MUNI lines, this trademark building enjoys both the serenity of a cozy community neighborhood and easy access to the heart of downtown San Francisco.

Key Features

  • Beautifully preserved, original Edwardian details, including wainscoting, pocket doors, and coved ceilings throughout the property.
  • Well-appointed kitchen overlooks the garden with updated appliances, granite countertops, and a walk-in cook’s pantry.
  • Living room is centered by a brick-mantle, gas-burning fireplace.
  • Dining room enjoys northern light exposure and unobstructed views of the garden, and boasts period built-in cabinetry with original leaded glass.
  • Modern, tiled bathroom with shower/tub.
  • Refinished hardwood floors, new designer lighting and double-paned windows.
  • Large, “mudroom” style laundry room doubles as a workspace and checkpoint to/from garden.
  • Thriving garden designed by Sloat Garden Center with indigenous plants and flowering trees around a sun-soaked, wood-decked patio.
  • Garden has timed irrigation and automated lighting.
  • Easy access from the yard to the kitchen and garage.
  • One-car garage with annex parking for motorcycles/bicycles and ample storage space for potential expansion and ADU’s (accessory dwelling unit).
  • Numerous bike routes and access to Tank Hill Park, Kite Hill Park, the Randall Museum.
  • Easy access to downtown with MUNI bus stop around the corner and Castro Station a short walk.
  • Steps from Mama Ji’s, Fireside Cafe, and The Mix,  Mollie Stone’s Market, the Eureka Valley Community Center.

Coved ceilings, stained glass windows and beautifully maintained wainscoting infuse the main living areas with period detail. Refinished hardwood floors, space-efficient pocket doors and ample closets are featured throughout the house, from the formal entryway to a north-facing dining room and living room. An original leaded glass sideboard in the dining room evokes early 20th century entertaining, and the adjacent living room’s brick-mantled gas-burning fireplace provides an inviting escape from the bustle of city living.

The front bedroom is perfect as a guest room or home office with double-paned sun-drenched bay windows overlooking 18th Street. A pass-through closet connects to the master bedroom, a respite with large east facing windows that bring in morning light.

Original wainscoting with picture railing along the connecting hallway and into the living spaces provides the perfect gallery backdrop for displaying a personal art or photography collection. At the northernmost end of the unit, the renovated kitchen boasts a walk-in cook’s pantry, granite countertops, modern appliances and a light-filled laundry room with access to the serenely lush garden.

Easily accessed from both the kitchen and garage, the secret backyard is complete with a raised deck patio and an overflowing crop of hearty, flowering Angel Trumpet trees, Clematis and Travelers Palm. It is the perfect spot to gather for an afternoon “out of the office” meeting or after a bike ride around Kite Hill Park or to Randall Museum. Finish the day off with dumplings at renowned Mama Ji’s, tapas at Contigo, or pick up dinner at gourmet market Mollie Stone’s, all just a short evening stroll away. The 18th & Danvers bus stop (33 Ashbury and 35 Eureka lines) is around the corner, and the Metro Castro/Downtown MUNI Station is a short stroll.


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Type: TIC
Status: Active
2 Bed  |  1 Bath
List: $998,000
1,115 Sq. Ft.
Floorplan
Built in 1912
Represented: seller

4674 18th St

Located in San Francisco

Old World charm and a stellar location make this classic San Francisco Edwardian Flat with a verdant backyard garden a great escape that offers the bonus of expansion potential and an income-generating second-story unit. Overlooking a sunny, tranquil residential street lined with bougainvillea and potted plants, this first floor residence features two bedrooms, a renovated bathroom and kitchen, and a one-car garage. A stone’s throw to 18th Street’s charming shops, lively cafes, gourmet grocers, and Market Street’s MUNI lines, this trademark building enjoys both the serenity of a cozy community neighborhood and easy access to the heart of downtown San Francisco.

Key Features

  • Beautifully preserved, original Edwardian details, including wainscoting, pocket doors, and coved ceilings throughout the property.
  • Well-appointed kitchen overlooks the garden with updated appliances, granite countertops, and a walk-in cook’s pantry.
  • Living room is centered by a brick-mantle, gas-burning fireplace.
  • Dining room enjoys northern light exposure and unobstructed views of the garden, and boasts period built-in cabinetry with original leaded glass.
  • Modern, tiled bathroom with shower/tub.
  • Refinished hardwood floors, new designer lighting and double-paned windows.
  • Large, “mudroom” style laundry room doubles as a workspace and checkpoint to/from garden.
  • Thriving garden designed by Sloat Garden Center with indigenous plants and flowering trees around a sun-soaked, wood-decked patio.
  • Garden has timed irrigation and automated lighting.
  • Easy access from the yard to the kitchen and garage.
  • One-car garage with annex parking for motorcycles/bicycles and ample storage space for potential expansion and ADU’s (accessory dwelling unit).
  • Numerous bike routes and access to Tank Hill Park, Kite Hill Park, the Randall Museum.
  • Easy access to downtown with MUNI bus stop around the corner and Castro Station a short walk.
  • Steps from Mama Ji’s, Fireside Cafe, and The Mix,  Mollie Stone’s Market, the Eureka Valley Community Center.

Coved ceilings, stained glass windows and beautifully maintained wainscoting infuse the main living areas with period detail. Refinished hardwood floors, space-efficient pocket doors and ample closets are featured throughout the house, from the formal entryway to a north-facing dining room and living room. An original leaded glass sideboard in the dining room evokes early 20th century entertaining, and the adjacent living room’s brick-mantled gas-burning fireplace provides an inviting escape from the bustle of city living.

The front bedroom is perfect as a guest room or home office with double-paned sun-drenched bay windows overlooking 18th Street. A pass-through closet connects to the master bedroom, a respite with large east facing windows that bring in morning light.

Original wainscoting with picture railing along the connecting hallway and into the living spaces provides the perfect gallery backdrop for displaying a personal art or photography collection. At the northernmost end of the unit, the renovated kitchen boasts a walk-in cook’s pantry, granite countertops, modern appliances and a light-filled laundry room with access to the serenely lush garden.

Easily accessed from both the kitchen and garage, the secret backyard is complete with a raised deck patio and an overflowing crop of hearty, flowering Angel Trumpet trees, Clematis and Travelers Palm. It is the perfect spot to gather for an afternoon “out of the office” meeting or after a bike ride around Kite Hill Park or to Randall Museum. Finish the day off with dumplings at renowned Mama Ji’s, tapas at Contigo, or pick up dinner at gourmet market Mollie Stone’s, all just a short evening stroll away. The 18th & Danvers bus stop (33 Ashbury and 35 Eureka lines) is around the corner, and the Metro Castro/Downtown MUNI Station is a short stroll.


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