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Sold: Inner Sunset

Clean and Remodeled 1940's Single Family Home

1734 18th Avenue • $1,375,000

3
Bedroom
3
Bath
1,870
Sq Ft

Features and Amenities

Clean and Remodeled 1940's single family home with style , square footage and location. Updated with a remodeled kitchen and two full baths on the main level, and replete with detail of the era, 1734 18th Avenue is a perfect family home with comfortable public space and 8 rooms of versatile, expansive living. Upstairs is a traditional Full 5 floor plan with bedrooms at the rear plus 2 remodeled full baths. The lower level has a suite of rooms including bedroom, office, family room and full bath. There is a deep lot with concrete patio, tiered yard and some mature plantings. Well located with easy access to Golden Gate Park, and Irving//Noriega Street
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Inner Sunset

WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Three miles from the beach, laid back and unpretentious, the Inner Sunset is often high on the list of San Francisco's favorite residential neighborhoods, despite the almost guaranteed fog. A vibrant business district, lively culture, excellent public transportation, and proximity to Golden Gate Park are some of the main charms. Until the late 19th century, this area was primarily sand dunes. Many of the first residents were Irish immigrants familiar with fog and chill but not necessarily delighted by the Sunset District's aspirational name. 

Today, the preeminent UCSF Parnassus campus has catapulted this sleepy, sandy suburb into a San Francisco delight. Like most of the city, the area has gentrified, but not at the rate or as blatantly as other San Francisco neighborhoods; it's still in the more affordable range. 

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