San Francisco Homes

Classic Noe Valley Home
Two Bedrooms One Bath 1,175 square feet per tax records (not verified by seller or agent) Built 1948 per tax records Great location! Magical, south-facing garden
$949,000

This charming Noe Valley home has a living room with gleaming wood floors a corner fireplace and period trim.  The formal dining room is lit by a large skylight and is adjacent to the kitchen.  A vintage Wedgewood stove is the centerpiece of the kitchen which has quartz counters and a stainless steel refrigerator.  There are two well proportioned bedrooms and a large bathroom with a stall shower and a tub.  The second bedroom opens to a large deck.  There is expansion potential down.  Currently there is a room and a bath, likely added without permits.  There is a fantastic yard with mature plantings, including fruit trees.  The location is fantastic--it is within walking distance to 24th Street shops and restaurants, close to MUNI and company shuttle busses and close to highways 101 and 280. 

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$1,262,710

 
SFPublic Press earthquake map
 
The San Francisco supervisors are scheduled to review a proposal that would require owners of soft story buildings to retrofit them by 2020.  The proposed plan will require about 3,000 buildings in San Francisco, built before 1978 to undergo seismic retrofits in the next several years. Single family homes and smaller buildings will be exempt from this plan. During the city's voluntary retrofit period, the least expensive project was $8,000 and the most...

San Francisco's Planning Department is working to enact bird-safe standards by encouraging changes to the design of new buildings.  Birds collide with large glass towers at alarming rates because they perceive these structures to be wide open sky.  As we continue to fill out our skyline, enacting these guidelines will help protect the diverse wildlife we have in the city.  Plans are to enact these standards closest to areas with large populations of birds and wildlife--e.g. near the city's...

This article was written by Stacey Lamirand.
Purchasing a home is a large investment and buyers are advised to do a careful investigation of the property.  There are six areas of potential trouble that should be thoroughly investigated by a licensed home inspector. Sometimes cracks, bulges and spots are an indication of trouble, sometimes they are not.  Better to be safe than sorry--hire a licensed contractor to inspect your property before you complete while you are in escrow.
1).  The...

Mission Terrace Masterpiece
2 Spacious Bedrooms Bathroom with Beautiful Tiles, Tub and Stall Shower Parquet Floors in Living and Dining Rooms Garden With Mature Plants Bonus Room Down
$630,000

Traditional & stylish, this tunnel entrance home has much appeal! Bright & inviting rooms include an elegant living space, formal dining room, a spacious kitchen w/ wonderful flow between these rooms. The two bedrooms overlook a pleasant garden! The updated, yet classic,bathroom has a separate shower & tub. A large room (bonus)downstairs completes this home, w/ a spacious garage providing interior access. If you're looking for a lovely, comfortable home, close to transportation, THIS IS IT!

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$630,000
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