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Bonnie Spindler presents:

Park and Rec

$1,196,000
about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Psychological health studies have shown the importance of being able to look out into green space and convenient access to nature. It wasn't until the Victorian era that San Francisco started to add parks for its citizens. Also in that period, when San Francisco first moved away from dirt roads, they installed cobblestones. 
1566 Fell benefits from both of these Victorian-era trends. Facing Golden Gate Park, with a nod to its origins, surrounded by cobblestones, rests this ground-level Victorian home. Certain properties are truly rare. For instance, when someone tells me that they want to be on the first floor, I explain how rare an SF property is without stairs. Imagine how easy moving day and grocery buying is with no huge walk-up. Parks and ground floor are quality-of-life attributes that cannot be overstated. 
 
The antique front door is studded with stained glass which cheerily sends rainbows of light across the entry. Tall ceilings, hardwood floors, and large sunny south-facing windows greet you. The "cobblestone theme" continues in the living room on the front of the large wood-burning fireplace. Classic pocket doors separate the double parlor. 
Victorians are known for their flexible floorplans that keep pace with today's needs and changing lifestyles. Bend this floorplan to your will.  The double parlor could serve as your master bedroom, guest room or dining room.
The next room has its own half bath, en suite, and a good-sized closet. Located in the center of the house the room has a secluded feeling perfect for naps. 
The main bathroom is a split-bath, which has been upgraded with a deluxe marble vanity and new tile. 
Facing the deeded patio and yard, the kitchen is spunky and laden with stainless steel appliances. Subway tile gives the space a clean modern feel. One of the butler's pantries has been converted into a laundry with a stacking washer/dryer. 
 
The use of the cobblestone parking pad in front is for drop-offs or emergency parking. In the unlikely event that you don't find parking on the block, there is a leased spot at Lucky Foods at Fulton and Masonic for $320 a month. 
 
*HOA $296
*Park view
*Wood-burning fireplace
*Walker and Biker's Paradise, Excellent Transit
 
Walk score: 95      Bike score: 96      Transit score: 82
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Schedule

Open Houses:
Saturday, Jan 11: 2-4pm

Sunday, Jan 12: 2-4pm

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, Jan 14: 11am-12:30pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Bonnie Spindler: 415-706-6660
[email protected]

or Ceily Landman: 415-871-8303

Bonnie Spindler

Corcoran Global Living

REALTOR®

The Victorian Specialist

DRE# 01175723

415.706.6660 mobile

www.BonnieSpindler.com

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Neighborhood

1566 Fell Street

The North of Panhandle area, or Nopa, is rapidly becoming one of the city's most in-demand neighborhoods. Situated just north of Golden Gate Park's Panhandle, and abutted by the Divisadero corridor, you'll always feel there's something to do, and within walking distance! Here you'll feel central to everything, with easy freeway access via Fell and Oak streets, several Muni lines at your doorstep, and very easily navigable bicycle routes. And yet, the nearby green spaces imbue the entire area with a low key, peaceful air. Services and entertainment are easily accessed, making car-free living a very appealing lifestyle choice. In addition to Divisadero's many trendy cafes, clubs and shops, you can do your grocery shopping at the Lucky Center on Fulton, and hit up Broderick Place for speciality deli goods. Homes near the Panhandle are exceptionally desirable. There are also multi-unit apartment buildings and condos for the investment buyer. It's also a great spot to bike, shoot hoops or just chill out by the bandstand. Young professionals and students, families, and long-time residents fill up Nopa's many Victorian and Edwardian single family homes and multi-unit buildings. There are plenty of opportunities to meet your neighbors, be it at Sunday's Divisadero Farmer's Market or the bi-monthly Divisadero Art Walk. The North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association does a wonderful job of organizing events and keeping everyone informed of neighborhood news. The neighborhood even has its own parents' group.