Listed at $679,000 and Sold for $850,000 with multiple offers!
20 Bessie Street
Awesome single family home on sweet dead-end street!
Everything you need, it's right here! Lovely one bedroom, one bath home with secluded outdoor space, and views of downtown. There's workspace (think DIY projects!), storage and parking! With laundry right upstairs, it is so easy to come home and relax in your oh so private home. Or step outside your door and you can be at Precita Park in a minute, at the cafe or over to Mission Street to enjoy a cocktail at Virgil's Sea Room or grab a bite at Ichi Sushi! Or head to 24th Street where many other options await. Walkscore of 89, Transit Score of 81 with buses, freeways, shuttles and Bart nearby!
Located on a quiet, dead end street!
Just steps to Precita Park
Views of downtown
One bedroom/One bathroom
Wonderful & private outdoor space
Workspace and storage galore!
One car garage (small car only)
Near all that the Mission and Bernal offer!
Easy transit options, near buses, freeways, Shuttles, & walk to Bart!
Cafes, shops and more nearby!
Why live anywhere else? This awesome hideway can be yours. Tucked back off Precita Park on Bessie Street just past Manchester Street, the street ends at a stairway up to Shotwell Street and Mirabel Street. Live at 20 Bessie Street in San Francisco!
Located so very close to all the best of Bernal & the Mission, 20 Bessie Street is a destination to come home to. But when you go out...
Despite being visible from many of the city's vista points, Bernal Heights is something of a hidden treasure. Many residents have lived in the area for many years, and it has remained a stronghold of working class and bohemian lifestyles as the rest of the city has changed all around it.
With the ruggedly expansive Bernal Hill Park at its center, it's no surprise that dogs and kids seem at times to outnumber adults in the neighborhood. Holly Park, on the south side of the hill, and Precita Park to the north, provide even more opportunities for outdoor mingling. Cortland Avenue is the main commercial drag; community activism, ethnic dining and nightlife mix on this eclectic street.
Beautifully landscaped public stairways criss-crossing the hill make the neighborhood a great place for an afternoon meander. A popular destination is the stretch of Mission Street that runs along the western foot of the hill; the addition of several trendy restaurants and hip bars are rapidly changing the face of the neighborhood.
Community spirit is strong in Bernal Heights, which has its own neighborhood center and newspaper, the Bernal Journal. Each year brings the much anticipated Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema, featuring movies made by local filmmakers.
Sat. Jan. 24th 2-4 pm
Sun. Jan. 25th 2-4 pm
And showings by appointment!
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