• $1,795,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1,048 SqFt
  • MLS# 473994
Built pre 1900 and boasting a Victorian façade this charming two bedroom, one bath home has a beautiful and welcoming street presence.  Cared for and well maintained over the years 1617 Church Street features a mix of traditional details and updates.  The solid hardwood floors, decorative wood elements and 10 foot ceilings throughout add a special elegance to the home.
 
Highlighted by a bay window, a wood-burning fireplace with marble hearth and surround and custom plantation shutters, the living room offers a cozy venue for entertaining.  A large dining room adjacent to the living room is a perfect setting for holiday dinner parties. There are double-pane windows throughout the house and an installed alarm system.
 
The kitchen and bathroom have been updated and both allow sunshine to flow into the house via skylights. The kitchen has a professional-grade gas stove and marble and quartz countertops. Both bedroom closets have been outfitted with Elfa closet systems and LED recessed lights and Benjamin Moore paint colors have been used throughout.
 
A magical landscaped backyard features a patio, outdoor lighting and a fishpond with Koi.  Many hours of casual entertaining have been enjoyed by the Sellers and their friends and family. Depending on the size, the attached garage may accommodate two car tandem parking.  Additional storage, a washer and dryer and a section used by the owner as an at home office are also found in this area.

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Cross Street:

Valley St

City:

San Francisco

County:

San Francisco

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About Noe Valley

At-a-Glance For most of its history, Noe Valley was known as a quaint, remote and relatively inexpensive neighborhood. But with the dot-com boom of the early 90s, all of that changed when, inspired by a shortage of available housing, the neighborhood was discovered by a more white-collar crowd who snapped up properties and began to make Noe Valley their homes. Named for José de Jesús Noé , the last Mexican alcalde, or mayor, of San Francisco, the majority of development in Noe Valley took place at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. Small wonder, then, that the neighborhood features many of San Francisco's trademark Edwardian- and Victorian-style homes. ...

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