1539 41st Avenue, San Francisco, California 94122 - Status Sold! Listed at $749,000 and sold with multiple offers for $839,000 in just 7 days!
Charming home with many original details
A great condo alternative
Remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances
Spa-like bathroom with luxurious, five-jetted shower
Two story Brazilian-hardwood deck with top of the line Hot Springs hot tub
Extra deep lot 25' x 120' with low maintenance yard, or ready for your creative design
Huge room down with wet bar that can be used as an office, media room or master suite – your choice.
Ocean and mountain views
Walking distance to Ocean Beach, GG Park, N Judah, great restaurants and shops
1545 sq. ft. per tax records
Built in 1938
Just blocks from San Francisco's new hot spot near Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park and the N Judah, this stunning 1930's home has been updated for modern living, yet still retains much of its original charm. Intricate crown molding, parquet wood floors, antique light fixtures and an ornate fireplace combined with modern amenities create a truly unique environment you will be proud to call home. From the moment you walk through the garden-like, open-air foyer, you will appreciate the many details that went into restoring this classic home.
Upstairs features a remodeled kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, a bright and airy dining room, a living room with extra high ceilings, original fireplace, updated bathroom and two spacious bedrooms complete with closet organizers. Enjoy the sunset from the twostory Brazilian-hardwood deck, then take a refreshing dip in the hot tub on the lower level. Downstairs provides an extra-large room (media room, office or future master suite?) with wet bar and beautiful bathroom where you can experience the sensation of a stress-relieving five-jetted shower. Or perhaps it's a day to enjoy gardening in your amazing yard with an extra deep lot or maybe a barbecue with friends. The possibilities are endless.
Completing this very special home is a large, insulated garage with a top of the line front load washer and dryer, and plenty of storage cabinets. You won't want to miss out on this house.
1539 41st Avenue is located in the heart of the hip and upcoming Sunset corridor!
Judah Street features Outerlands Cafe, Trouble Coffee & Coconut Club, Other Avenue Natural Foods, Judahlicious, Sea Breeze Cafe, Celia's Mexican Restaurant (known as Celia's by the beach), Thanh Long,The General Store, and more!
Just over on Noriega Street, you have Sea Biscuit Cafe, Devil's Teeth Bakery, The Pizza Place (I love Pizza), Noriega Produce with Organics, La Playa Tacqueria, Establish, Sunset Pet Supplies and more!
Want to know some of the history of the area? Check out Outsidelands for videos, storys and events.
Looking for over insights into the area:
SF Gate on the Outer Sunset
SF Examiner on the Outer Sunset
NY Times Travel Section on the Outer Sunset
Refinery29 plans a cool kids outing to the Outer Sunset
The Sunset (as well as neighboring Parkside) used to be sand dunes. In an effort to change the San Francisco area's gloomy reputation, former city assessor, Aurelius E. Buckingham, dubbed it Sunset. The first half of the 20th Century saw much development, including the addition of the streetcar tunnels, which further advanced the neighborhoods. Outer Sunset homes are neatly organized row houses, many built by San Francisco developer Henry Doelger in the 1930s. An abundance of trees and foliage separate traffic from the ambulatory travelers who enjoy walking, biking and jogging along Sunset Boulevard and throughout Outer Sunset. The neighborhood's diversity is reflected in the variety of dining opportunities. A hof brau, noodle house, Irish pub or Vietnamese restaurant may all be found in close proximity. Pockets of neighborhood shopping can be found here. Access to Golden Gate Park is easy, and parking, apart from near the Irving Street shops, is more available than in many neighborhoods. Once dubbed The Outside Lands, the area now boasts a concert series so named, sprung from a revival movement exploring the rich history of the area. Oh, and don't miss the surfers sipping coffee at Cafe on La Playa at Judah.
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