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This beautiful and grand Victorian building offers 6 spacious and light-filled residential units, a roof deck with 360º city views, and a prominent street presence on the corner of Ashbury Street and Waller Street. The Haight’s diverse culture, central locale, and walkable layout are all part of its allure. The building is ~7,275 sqft and offers classic period details including large Bay windows, ornate fireplaces, leaded glass built-ins, stained glass foyers, coffered ceilings, arched doorways, balustrade staircases, crown molding, hardwood floors, and more. Four units are currently tenant-occupied and two are vacant. Six private entrances with 3 units accessed from Waller Street and 3 units accessed from Ashbury Street. The units include two large 4BD/1BA, two 2BD/1BA, one 2BD/1BA, and one 1BD/1BA flats. 2-3-car garage (buyer to verify). Three sets of laundry (one per floor). Soft-story work has been completed. Tremendous upside potential. The building sits in a vibrant neighborhood with many shops, restaurants, and bars. The Grateful Dead House - a historic landmark - is just up the block on Ashbury Street. Easy transportation to downtown SF via multiple bus & tram lines. USF & UCSF are also a short walk away. Easily enjoy some of San Francisco's most revered green spaces, including Buena Vista Park, the Panhandle, Alamo Square Park, and the sprawling Golden Gate Park - all within a short walk from the building.
The Haight’s diverse culture, central locale, and walkable layout are all part of its allure. The neighborhood sits within walking distance of some of San Francisco’s most revered green spaces, including Buena Vista Park, Panhandle, Alamo Square Park, and the sprawling Golden Gate Park. The Haight’s vibrant Victorians add to its artistic appeal, in addition to containing highly sought-after rentals. Downtown San Francisco lies just a few blocks east of the Haight, and access to the Muni Metro Rail makes getting around the area quick and easy. The neighborhood features many colorful, well-preserved Victorian homes, including the storied Grateful Dead House at 710 Ashbury Street. It is a vibrant and picturesque neighborhood within walking distance to a great variety of restaurants, eclectic shops and clothing boutiques.