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Simon Lo & Darin Holwitz present:

Exquisite Mission Terrace home

$1,259,000

About this home's

Features

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Impeccably maintained, custom built 1940 Mission Terrace home within minutes of BART, MUNI, I-280 and US-101. The house welcomes you with a one-of-a-kind picture window overlooking nearby hills, an ornate fireplace, elegant crown moldings, high ceilings, inlaid hardwood floors and retro light fixtures. The formal dining room opens directly to a unique central atrium and walks into the extra-large bright kitchen with ample storage. The original full bathroom includes a skylight, a separate bath and shower, plus a 1/4 bath. Both spacious bedrooms overlook the calming rear garden. The huge basement includes an electric car charger, substantial built-in storage and high ceilings that offer endless future potential. Walk to vibrant Balboa Park, Excelsior Library, Glen Park Village and Mission Street businesses including famous restaurants and hidden gems. Come see this timeless Mission Style home dotted with skylights and grounded in exquisite craftsmanship.

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Schedule

Open Houses:
November 6, 2021 2:00-4:00 PM

November 7, 2021 2:00-4:00 PM

Brokers Tour:
Coming Soon

Additional Showings by Appointment:
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(415) 577-3348
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Simon Lo

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Realtor Associate

Top Agent

DRE# 01918505

415.990.9686 mobile

Darin Holwitz

Compass

DRE# 01412953

(415) 577-3348 office

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521 Cayuga Avenue

Mission Terrace is in the south-central section of San Francisco, and is one of its sunniest neighborhoods. The active and involved Improvement Association plans regular annual events such as an Easter egg hunt, Fourth of July parade, and a neighborhood garage sale. The Bridge Garden project, a community effort to enhance the streetscapes and public space, has been very successful. Grants were applied for and received from San Francisco Community Challenge, and volunteers began immediately to make things happen. Balboa Park offers a pool, playground, stadium, baseball diamonds and tennis courts. Residents of Mission Terrace enjoy easy transportation to the 280 freeway, as well as the nearby Balboa Park and Glen Park Bart stations.