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Kelson Herman presents:

Exceptional San Francisco home

$999,000

about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

A perfect blend of modern amenities and original details with expansion potential in this move-in ready home. The living space is open concept and features bright windows, remodeled and updated open kitchen, original parquet floors and a wood-burning fireplace. A new retaining wall was built in the backyard to create 2 levels of terraced space with an upper yard featuring artificial turf for easy care and fabulous southern views of the city. Garage has space for 2-3 cars and room for storage or expansion for additional living space. Experience the Bayview’s burgeoning food and arts scene, sunny climate, and great community.

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Schedule

Open Houses:
Thursday 5/26 5pm-6:30pm

Sat 5/28 2pm-4pm

Sun 5/29 by appointment

Brokers Tour:
Tues 5/24 2pm-3:30pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
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(415) 937-1782
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Kelson Herman

Agent

Irene Herman Real Estate

DRE# 01444422

415.937.1782 office

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1414 Oakdale Avenue

Bayview, just south of Islais Creek, is a community intent on reinventing itself as an artist's colony and gardening mecca. Both the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists Open Studio and Flora Grubb Gardens are cases in point. The neighborhood takes pride in its public and backyard gardens, and the San Francisco Produce Market provides local produce to many of San Francisco's finest restaurants. Three-quarters of the residents are loyal homeowners, many of whom have developed the Quesada Garden Initiative. This community-building effort started with a few neighbors beautifying Quesada Avenue and has blossomed into an award-winning project and serves as a model for communities across the nation. Properties are still affordable and comprised primarily of single-family residences. Architecture is a smorgasbord with some renovated projects, colorful stucco homes and Victorians.