Two retro-chic homes on one lot in Corona Heights listed for $2.6M


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    Two separate remodeled homes on this single lot one of SF’s most beautiful and centrally located neighborhoods, make for a unique property, asking $2.6M

    Two separate remodeled homes on this single lot one of SF’s most beautiful and centrally located neighborhoods, make for a unique property, asking $2.6M


    Photo: Open Homes Photography

  •  Two retro chic homes on one lot in Corona Heights listed for $2.6M

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Two separate remodeled homes on this single lot one of SF’s most beautiful and centrally located neighborhoods, make for a unique property, asking $2.6M

Two separate remodeled homes on this single lot one of SF’s most beautiful and centrally located neighborhoods, make for a unique property, asking $2.6M



Photo: Open Homes Photography


Just a few blocks from both Duboce and Buena Vista parks in San Francisco’s Corona Heights neighborhood, this mini–and decidedly arty–compound with two separate homes is listed for $2.595 million.

The homes


The property consists of two homes. The first, 2321 15th St. offers two bedrooms, one full-bathroom and two half-bathrooms.

Inside, this bungalow-style abode is a living room with vaulted ceilings rising over original wood-paneled walls, fireplace, and an open loft.

That wood paneling follows through to a formal dining room that in turn leads to an updated garden-view kitchen.

Upstairs is the loft space; downstairs is a bonus bedroom with its own kitchen.

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Across the shared brick courtyard is the second home: 2321a 15th St. features two-stories with two-bedrooms plus 1.5 bathrooms.


In here is an open floor plan blending main living rooms and kitchen area, the latter decorated with a charming tile mosaic backsplash.

This home has sweeping downtown views.

The artistic, retro-modern vibe of each the property is intriguing, and should be credited to the current owner.

Listing agent Carrie Goodman of Sotheby’s says her client “renovated while maintaining a super cool vibe and using materials that feel like they fit with the two homes.”

The deal

Taken together these structures form a unique property, ideal for an extended family, a TIC set-up, rental income, or investment.

The lot offers 3,088 square feet of land in Corona Heights, with easy access to the Mission, Haight-Ashbury and the Castro neighborhoods.

In 2012, the property changed hands for $1.1 million. Today, you’d need more than twice that, as this rare residence asks $2.585 million.

See the complete listing here. 

Anna Marie Erwert writes from both the renter and new buyer perspective, having (finally) achieved both statuses. She focuses on national real estate trends, specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest. Follow Anna on Twitter: @AnnaMarieErwert.


Article source: https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/article/With-two-separate-retro-chic-cottages-on-one-lot-13961773.php

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