465 14th Street- 3-Unit Building
FIRST SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE — Sunday, September 25th, 2:00-4:00PM
Brokers’ Tour — Tuesday, September 27th, 12:00-1:30PM
We are super excited about our new listing for sale – 465 14th Street San Francisco 94103, listed at $615,000 – Mission Dolores Edwardian TIC for Sale- because it’s spacious, detailed, tastefully updated and ideally situated!
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Enter 465 14th Street, a spacious Edwardian TIC in a 3-unit building (461-465 14th St). This TIC has entered the condo lottery 4 times and is ideally situated in uber-cool Mission Dolores / Valencia Corridor. Want to be walking distance to: Four Barrel Coffee, Mission Beach Cafe, Pauline’s Pizza, Pica Pica Kitchen, Little Star Pizza, clothing boutiques, bookstores, bars, entertainment, the Mission, Mission Dolores, the Castro, Duboce Triangle and more? There’s no need for a car in this “Rider’s Paradise” with 44 routes nearby! But don’t worry if you do need parking – this TIC comes with an enclosed, leased parking space just a block away.
Open the doors to this large flat and you will be stunned by the high, coved ceilings and Edwardian period details. This flat comes fully equipped with 3 bedrooms (all with closets – a pleasant rarity!), 1 ¼ updated bathrooms, a formal living room and formal dining room – both with gorgeous decorative fireplaces, and a gourmet updated kitchen with Quartz counters, new stainless steel appliances and custom built cabinets.
This unit also boasts attractive softwood floors, a laundry room off of the kitchen with a stacking washer & dryer and a developed bonus room down used as a fully functional office plus additional storage. Enjoy stylish, urban living in Mission Dolores.
A NOTE FROM OUR SELLERS:
This home has been a special place for us for the past 7+ years. We have put a lot of work and love into it. Just before sitting to write this note, we spent the afternoon in the backyard with our neighbors reminiscing… Here are a few things we recounted:
This house is part of a wonderful community. In the units behind us you have two sets of young, considerate and friendly folks. We’ve spent time in the garden barbequing and enjoying the warm Mission Dolores weather. The co-owners – Mark, Matt and Jennifer – are responsible and wonderful people with whom we consider ourselves
lucky to have co-owned a TIC. You hear so many stories to the contrary. We all started as strangers and now consider each other friends. There are many other neighbors on the block that we have gotten to know and who keep an eye out for each other, which makes this neighborhood feel warm, friendly and even safer than your average urban city block. When you’re in the front yard working on the tree plants or sweeping the street, people stop and thank you for adding beauty to the neighborhood.
We can’t say enough about the location, location, location! Where to begin? You are within a few steps of a culinary mecca. We go to Mission Beach Café almost every morning (the others are spent at Four Barrel Coffee) where the coffee and pastries are to die for and you feel a real sense of welcome when you’re greeted by name. The walkability of healthy grocery shopping is also key. Within four blocks you have: Rainbow Grocery, Golden Produce (a small private organic grocer by Safeway) and Bi-Rite. Whole Foods is supposed to be going in a block and a half away. The list of restaurants we’ve enjoyed is too long to write, but Chow, Delfina, Loconda …the list really goes on and on.
This neighborhood if vibrant and full of activities; Dolores Park gives us sun, tennis, music, movies and there’s a nice little farmers market a few blocks up in the Castro on Wednesday evenings during Summer. Enjoy ‘Sunday Streets’ on Valencia and the Carnival as well. The access to BART and Muni has made the entire city easily accessible and I’m afraid we’ve been spoiled.