901 Guerrero Street
3 Beds | 1719 Sq Feet | 1 Full Bath | 2 Half Baths
List Price: $1,895,000 | Sold For: $2,000,000
San Francisco’s architectural history was built over many decades. We can walk through the different neighborhoods and identify by the shape, size and period details when that particular neighborhood was established and even what the economic, social, and cultural conditions were at the time that gave rise to those particular architectural periods. 901 Guerrero was built during the heyday of construction in San Francisco. There are few other historical periods that engendered the grandeur, elegance and generosity of the early 1900 Victorian.
As you walk through the door, the grandeur is there to meet you.
The living room, with a decorative fireplace, is intimate and filled with natural light. Being a corner building, nearly every room has the benefit of a wall of windows! Quiet and privacy are enhanced by newer dual-paned windows plus an additional third insulating layer.
The huge formal dining room is where the glamour lives. The classic rounded Queen Anne bay windows, high ceilings and period details define the essence of the Victorian period. Large enough to accommodate a table for 10 or more.
The dining room is adjacent to the stylishly upgraded kitchen with a huge separate pantry, a ton of counter space, top of the line appliances, and modern lighting designed to seduce a serious chef.
Off of the foyer and hall is an additional space that is perfect for a home office, library or casual sitting area. A large desk and a leather chair would live there perfectly as would a wall of books and an overstuffed club chair. It’s one of those spaces that defines luxury in San Francisco — additional space with no absolute purpose.
There are three real and spacious bedrooms. The large full bath has recently been remodeled with a fresh, clean aesthetic. The double sinks are a marriage saver. There are an additional two 1/2 baths, one adjacent to two of the bedrooms and one at the rear of the flat.
There is direct access to a large shared deck with barbecue and lounge furniture. It is an amazing retreat that is sheltered enough to allow an evening of outdoor dining and relaxing.
This condo has a private garage which is large enough to provide both parking and storage. A large laundry area is past the kitchen at the very end of the flat.
The Liberty Hill address has to be one of the best in the city. It defines the ultimate in city life; walking to world class dining, shopping, coffee bars and Dolores Park. The access to public and private transportation only adds to this condo’s desirability.
If your fantasy includes owning an architecturally significant home located in one of the liveliest and most compelling locations in San Francisco, this home will not disappoint.
Grand Victorian Condominium
Built in 1909
1719 Square feet per tax records
3 bedrooms 1 full bath/2 half baths
Formal living and dining rooms
Dual-paned window system w/ 3rd insulating layer
Hardwood floors throughout
Private one car parking/storage