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Proudly preserved and brimming with the elegance of turn-of-the-century San Francisco, this stately home is the embodiment of a doorway between eras. Located on one of Haight Ashbury’s beautiful tree-lined blocks, 1231 Page Street has been showered with care and attention by the same family for nearly 50 years,and is ready for the next generation to enjoy its many gifts. 

Setting the tone for what’s to come, happy yellow begonias line the way to the front door. A welcoming foyer greets you on the main level, where you’ll find an expansive formal living room, a gracious formal dining room overlooking the stunning garden, the adjacent, eat-in kitchen, complete with a walk-out deck with direct garden access, and a roomy full bath. Head upstairs to find four bedrooms, each with tremendous closet space, a gracious master with en-suite full bath, and a convenient half bath. The lower level of this home offers a finished full basement with expansion potential, workshop, wine cellar, storage room and laundry room. The lush garden, complete with pond, bridge, irrigation and a diverse array of plantings, provides a relaxing oasis without having to leave home.

Other treasures of this home include gleaming hardwood floors, high ceilings on both living levels, skylights, several stunning fireplaces, preserved period details including stained glass windows, crown moulding and medallions. It is said that the architect of this home was Julius Krafft, a legend whose work can be found in many of the City’s finest homes. An urban dweller’s utopia, this home is located within a short walk to the bustling Haight Street and Divisadero Street corridors, Golden Gate Park, the Panhandle and Buena Vista Park.

Built in 1898, per water records

2,562 square-foot-home, per tax records

3,436 square-foot-lot, per tax records

4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths

Phenomenal floor plan

Spacious master bedroom with en-suite bath

Walk-out deck off kitchen and lush mature garden

Gorgeous, tree-lined block near Buena Vista Park

Preserved period details, including original wood finishes, crown moulding, medallions

Several wood-burning fireplaces

High ceilings

Wood floors



Floor Plan


Amenities Map


Neighborhood


One of the most famous intersections in America, Haight-Ashbury, was the epicenter of the counter culture movement and home to the free spirits of the 1960s. Today, this colorful neighborhood retains its vibrancy and rich history, grounded by civic awareness and neighborhood pride. Tourists come from around the world to stroll along Haight Street, enjoy ice cream from iconic Ben & Jerry's and take in free live shows at indie music favorite, Amoeba Records. Stores like Buffalo Exchange offer hip fashions while those who crave something zany will be impressed by the offerings of Piedmont Boutique. For something more relaxed, head to nearby Golden Gate Park, with its world-class museums, the DeYoung and the California Academy of Sciences. For a great view of San Francisco, take a quick hike up to Buena Vista Park. Some of the City's most beautiful architecture lies in this historic neighborhood, with an abundance of turn-of-the-century Edwardian and Victorian homes and multi-unit buildings. 

Schedule

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Mary Macpherson
(415) 846-4685
[email protected]

Contact Kathleen DiGrande
415.766.1132
[email protected]

Contact


Mary Macpherson

RealtorCompasscalDRE# 01839976(415) 846-4685 mobilewww.marymacpherson.com

Kathleen DiGrande

CompasscalDRE# 01968116(415) 766-1132 office

MLS: #489427