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3BR | 2BA
Sq Ft: 2,080
Lot Size: 5,061
One of the original beautiful Craftsman's in Ingleside Terraces
Built in 1912
Nestled upon the crest of Ingleside Terraces, one of San Francisco’s finest historical neighborhoods, this original 1912 Craftsman has been graciously refreshed for a new chapter of ownership.
In true Craftsman style, this home is very functional with charming architectural details that are both classic and unique. From the covered front porch, statement fireplace, patterned window panes, built-in cabinetry in the dining room, and beautiful hardwood floors, this home is functional for most everyone. The main floor flows from the living room to the formal dining room to the newly updated kitchen. You will find the laundry room on the back porch where you can go down to the backyard with several fully matured trees. There is a shed perfect for a workroom, home gym, or storage.
The second level has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The primary room has a bathroom and Southern facing sunroom great for an office space or lounge area to read or relax.
Ingleside Terraces is a close-knit community that is led by the Ingleside Terraces Homes Association. Throughout the year many events are put on to bring the homeowners together and get to know thier neighbors. This neighborhood has a rich history and was developed in 1912 around the Ingleside Racetrack, now named Urbano.
Just minutes to Stonestown Galleria, Trader Joe's, West Portal shops/restaurants, K,M MUNI Lines, 280/101 freeways & SFO, and nearby San Francisco State University, Commodore Sloat, and Aptos Junior High.
Ingleside Terraces is another one of those best-of-both-worlds neighborhoods found in the Southwestern area of San Francisco. It was developed around the old Ingleside Racetrack, which once attracted jockeys from all over the country. Urbano Drive marks the old track and is very visible on any map. It's rumored that the home at nearby 280 Byxbee Avenue was once the jockey's clubhouse, and the very 1st automobile race in California was held at the racetrack in 1900. The neighborhood officially opened in 1913, offering Edwardian era San Franciscans a true residential park.
The Ingleside Terraces area offers modern city dwellers a quiet, peaceful, almost suburban atmosphere with easy access to urban amenities. This is a very walkable neighborhood, with Ocean Avenue shopping and services and the Stonestown Galleria Mall within blocks. Muni's K-line streetcar runs right along Ocean Avenue and straight to West Portal with all of its shops and dining to the north, or down to the Glen Park or Balboa Park BART stations and City College to the south. San Francisco State University is also nearby. Adjacent Junipero Serra Boulevard offers commuters easy access to the Peninsula. The Ingleside Terraces Homes Association remains very active, hosting community-building events like the annual picnic and holiday caroling. Its newsletter, The Sundial, is named after what some suspect to be the world's largest sundial; it was erected by Ingleside Terraces' developer in Entrada Court as a publicity stunt and has been diligently keeping track of the time since 1913.