241 Ashbury Street, Unit 1
3 Beds | 1 Baths
List Price: $1,095,000 | Sold Price: $1,275,000
Stately 1907 Edwardian NOPA Flat
On iconic Ashbury Street, this1575sfflat is loaded with original architectural detail, charm, and elegance. High ceilings, hardwood floors, and bay windows are just a few of the standout qualities among the 3 bedrooms and split bathroom. Because it was constructed as a 3-unit building, it has a cohesive floor plan and generous closet space that is often lacking in other large homes that have been converted over the years. This Edwardian gem is a true home and lives gracefully. You can feel the difference as soon as you walk into the foyer; stained glass leaded windows, large scaled moldings, and wainscoting are tastefully accented by modern lighting and a stylish color palette. The luxuriousness is defined by a gracious floor plan with the living room, dining room and kitchen flowing easily into one another. The dining room has built-in cabinets and gorgeous box beam ceilings. The kitchen has been updated with Carrera marble counters and new appliances. There are two large, king-sized bedrooms at the rear of the home, facing the shared garden, each with good closet space and natural light. The third bedroom is located at the side of the flat, quietly situated off the street with a nice window outlook. The split bath has been updated, and there is ample room to add a second full bath. The laundry porch at the rear of the kitchen has a water hook-up, and adding a gas line for a dryer would be straight forward. The shared garden is an ideal place to enjoy the great weather to be found in NOPA. Shared washer & dryer are currently in the garage. There is also tandem parking and a large storage closet. With a Walkscore of 94 and a Bikescore of 97, plus being close to shuttle stops, this is a highly desirable place to live. A quick walk will get you to multiple neighborhoods within minutes, including The Haight, Cole Valley & Divisadero Corridor. Golden Gate Park is minutes away; the De Young Museum, Cal Academy of Sciences, and the Conservatory of Flowers are essential for sunny weekends and visiting guests. This grand Edwardian flat is truly a showstopper in a one of San Francisco’s most iconic neighborhoods.
Highlights: Stately Edwardian architecture Gracious house-like floor plan High ceilings & beautiful moldings 1 Updated split bathroom Formal living room Large formal dining room Remodeled kitchen Shared garden Tandem parking Deeded storage closet WalkScore: 94, BikeScore: 97 Just blocks from GG Park & museums Close to shuttle stops Muni lines: 5, 6, 21, 24, 33, 37, 43, 71, N Walk to Divis corridor and Cole Valley 1,575 square feet, per graphic artist