2412 15th St, San Francisco, CA 94114

Corona Heights Single-Family Homes

Situated in a prime Corona Heights location, this three level 4-Bed 2-Bath Victorian home is on a 3,000+ square foot lot and has dazzling downtown views from the top level. The residence is partially detached and includes a separate detached storage house. This sunny home has high ceilings and refinished softwood flooring. The open kitchen is adjacent to a formal dining area and living room. On the ground level is a separate entrance to the family room,1+ bedroom and direct garden access. The back yard has mature fruit trees including apple, Asian pear, lime and orange tree. Parking is included and transportation is a block away. With a walkscore of 94 this is a walker's paradise, close to restaurants, Shops, and Corona Heights Park.
Listed by: Sasha Lupercio, Zephyr Real Estate

  • Status
    Withdrawn-Cancel
  • Cross Street
    Castro/Roosevelt
  • Approx.
    Square Ft.
    0 (Not Available)
  • Price Per Sq. Ft.
    $0.00
  • Year Built
    1900
  • Days On Zephyr
    20 days
  • MLS#
    404083

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  • Type: 3 Story
  • Style: Victorian
  • Views: Downtown
  • Other Rooms: Storage, Bonus Room
  • Laundry Appliances: 220 Volt Wiring, Washer/Dryer

Overview

Just south of Buena Vista Park and west of the Duboce Triangle is the small affluent neighborhood of Corona Heights. Many streets are narrow, steep, quiet and quaint while 17th Street and Market Street come alive with traffic and commerce. The architecture runs the gamut from fine Victorians to modern masterpieces. The Randall Museum, located on Museum Way, focuses on arts, crafts, sciences and natural history geared toward children. It has been home for the Golden Gate Model Rail Road Club since 1961.The nearby neighborhoods of the Castro, Haight Ashbury and Cole Valley offer great shopping and dining opportunities, and public transportation is excellent.

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Population Description

  • Population: 30,574
  • 59.80% male / 40.20% female
  • Average person is 37.70 years old
  • 66.70% college graduates
  • $75,727 average household income

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