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Sold: Noe Valley

Classic Edwardian Home in Prime Location

4229 26th Street • $2,525,000

3
Bedroom
2.5
Bath

Features and Amenities

Beautiful Edwardian home in prime Noe Valley with open floor plan and ideal indoor/outdoor living. It boasts 3 BR's, 2.5 BA's and features multiple common areas: outdoor front deck w/tiled patio, rear garden w/sitting area, + views of Downtown SF. The main level has a terrific and practical layout - the living room and dining room flow seamlessly into the open-concept remodeled kitchen, and overlook the verdant garden. Updated with a handsome island, built-in wood cabinetry, Sub Zero Refrigerator and Viking Range, the kitchen also has direct access to the backyard for easy barbecues and gardening. A powder room completes this level. Upper level features 3 BR's including master and 2 full BA's + office. Expansive 2 car S X S garage

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Noe Valley

WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Once considered the 'outskirts' of San Francisco, Silicon Valley's evolution made this part of the city particularly appealing for those looking for an easy commute. Geared somewhat toward young families— and affectionately called "Stroller Valley" — the organic growth in popularity of this district has had various inspirations. As a neighborhood that can trace some of its roots back to the aftermath of the 1906 earthquake, Noe Valley mixes tech and creatives with healthcare workers, entrepreneurs, and other urban professionals. There are classic Victorian and Edwardian homes and upgraded 'row houses'. This sleepy outer area has become a trendy and upscale zip code in the last thirty years.

One of the many draws to Noe Valley is that it sits below Twin Peaks, a towering hill that partly blocks the coastal fog and icy winds from the Pacific. Noe Valley's microclimate makes the weather usually sunnier and warmer than surrounding neighborhoods.

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