Mary Macpherson Presents:
Charming Fairmount Heights Home - $535,000
Say hello to sunshine! Everything about this home is cheerful, from the welcoming entrance, to the gleaming kitchen, to the natural light pouring into the spacious rooms. Lovingly and meticulously maintained by one family for over 20 years, this bright 1-bedroom home has everything a San Franciscan wants: smart, efficient space, amazing light, ample storage, a great kitchen, pretty outdoor space, and best of all – an ideal location. Nestled in historic and picturesque Fairmount Heights on the Noe Valley and Glen Park border, this happy home is a short stroll to the wide array of shops and restaurants on Church, near the fantastic Upper Noe Recreation Center, steps away from the J Church light rail, close to BART and the 280 and 101 freeways.
Spacious Living/Dining Room
Newer Windows, Custom Window Treatments
Updated Kitchen with High-End Appliances, Skylight and Ample Storage
Spacious Bath with Clawfoot Tub and Excellent Storage
Sunny, Enclosed Patio
Custom Redwood Entry Gate
Natural Light in Every Room
Attic for Extra Storage
540 Square Feet Per Floor Plan
Ideally Located on Noe Valley/Glen Park Border
Close to Muni, BART, Shops and Restaurants
Glen Park/Noe Valley
Glen Park’s prosaic name stems from the dramatic canyon park at its heart. Nestled up against the east face of Twin Peaks, it’s a cheerful hillside neighborhood with narrow streets and turn-of-the-century homes that often sit high above curbside. Glen Park’s architecture is predominantly Victorian although it boasts some dramatic newer construction with arresting architecture above and below Laidley Street on its east side.
Where do San Francisco hipsters move when they grow up? Noe Valley. This small enclave nestled in the hills above San Francisco Bay is proof positive you don't have to leave the city when you transition from Stoli to stroller.
Jaw-dropping views of the bay looking east toward Oakland greet you from almost any street corner. Boutiques are chockablock here. With bakeries like Noe Valley Baking Company and restaurants that have become beloved neighborhood institutions, like Firefly, Noe Valley is paradise for foodies. Thanks to the Noe Valley Farmers market, locals never have to leave the neighborhood to get their fix of fresh organic vegetables, fruit and honey.
Some of the best public schools in the city are here in Noe Valley. Fairmount Elementary School and Alvarado Elementary School are both notable for their levels of family involvement. James Lick Middle School prepares students with language immersion programs, award winning art, music, and media programs. And the test scores are above 600 on the California Academic Performance Index (API.
Nightlife? Got it. From the trendy Bliss Bar to the awesome selection of imported beers at The Dubliner, Noe Valley is increasingly known for its nightlife. For live music check out Noe Valley Ministry, presenter of world class performers in folk, world music and the alt-rock scene.
Noe Valley is that prized thing in San Francisco: a place where families can put down roots, straight through the sidewalks of 24th Street.
FIRST OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, Feb. 2, 2-4 p.m.
FIRST BROKER TOUR: Tuesday, Feb. 5, 12-1:30 p.m.
TWILIGHT TOUR: Wednesday, Feb. 6, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
SECOND OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, Feb. 10, 2-3 p.m.
SECOND BROKER TOUR: Tuesday, Feb. 12, 12:30-2 p.m.
TWILIGHT TOUR: Wednesday, Feb. 13, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
OFFERS DUE: Thursday, Feb. 14, noon
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Mary Macpherson - 415.846.4685