It’s a challenge to find a nice single-family home for sale in a centrally located neighborhood these days that hasn’t already gone into contract within the first 48 hours of going on the market. So when I come across an available property that’s waiting for the right buyer and offers lovely period detail, plenty of living and sleeping space and parking, I feel the need to give that home a shout out.
337 Parnassus is a 3BR/3BA Edwardian that sits on an extra-wide lot (two parcels) and features a wraparound yard. The main level has spacious public rooms and a nicely remodeled kitchen. Upstairs are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a third level holds the finished attic that would make a great playroom, media room or guest area.
I loved the rear bedroom, with its wall of surrounding windows, as well as the kitchen and its Turkish limestone counters. There’s also room in the garage for two tandem parking. List price: $1,595,000.
Though this stretch of Parnassus is busy and directly adjacent to UCSF’s bustling campus, there’s a surprising sense of privacy once you’re inside. And the large lot results in a sort of buffer to the nearby activity. You can’t overlook the 86 Walk Score, which takes into consideration the proximity to Cole Valley and the Inner Sunset’s retail hubs; the Muni rail and bus lines; Golden Gate Park; and the Haight. And the best thing? You won’t have to compete with 25 other buyers to get the space and location that you need. Contact me if you’d like to schedule a showing!