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Behind a charming facade lies a true piece of San Francisco history. This home is composed of two 1905 earthquake shacks which were brought to it's current location via horse drawn carriage. 

Beautifully renovated and modernized, the main level features a spacious open plan living/dining room with stunning exposed beam ceilings and pretty verdant views from all windows.  The kitchen is perfect for a home chef and consists of stainless appliances, soapstone counters, custom cabinets and Heath tiles.

The primary bedroom features double closets with custom built-in's, vaulted ceilings and french doors to a sunny patio with succulents and a raised vegetable bed. A cozy second bedroom is ideally sized for a home office or guest room. Laundry and tons of storage are located in the basement level.

Next to Holly Park and only a few minutes to Cortland Street's many cafes and shops as well as Noe Valley, Glen Park, Inner Mission, Muni/Bart and highways 280/101. Walk Score, 95, Walker's Paradise.


The area we call Bernal Heights was once the site of cow dairies and grazing pastures. One of the last great neighborhoods to be "discovered" in San Francisco, Bernal is making the transition from a traditional blue-collar settlement to a hospitable enclave of artists, young families, and left-leaning political life.

It owes its growing desirability to its exceptionally homey setting and inspiring city views. Home to three great parks, this community is beloved by dog owners and hikers alike. The largest park, called Bernal Heights, occupies the crest of the hill and is a breezy respite for area residents who enjoy fresh air and pristine views of downtown San Francisco and the bay. The second, Precita Park resides at the bottom of Bernal and is a favorite for young children and families, who find the playground and expansive lawns to be a perfect afternoon setting.  The third park, Holly Park, which is next to this lovely home, is known as one of the best dog friendly park in the City.

Any visitor must make their way along Bernal's cozy retail main street, Cortland Avenue. There you'll find a splendid blend of local bookshops, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and delicious coffee shops. Some exceptional ethnic food, from French to Nepalese, can be found along this notable stretch, representing an array of eateries to delight the lucky food lovers who sauntering by. Some favorite drinking establishments are also at your disposal. El Rio, with its steady lineup of extraordinary musical acts, Wild Side West with its fantastic fireplace, plus the country and blues music venue Skip's Tavern, are all sure to envigorate. MUNI bus service out of Bernal toward downtown is easy to find on Mission street, which delineates the western edge of Bernal. You are also walking distance from the BART at 24th and Mission.


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(415) 812-7462
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Deborah Nguyen

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