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    North Beach
    1827 Stockton Street
    San Francisco, California, 94133
    United States
    1827 Stockton Street San Francisco, California, 94133 United States

    North Beach
    1827 Stockton Street
    San Francisco, California, 94133 United States

    Paul Warrin
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    Gracious North Beach Home

    With a coveted location just steps from Washington Square, this gracious, free-standing home occupies a quiet oasis in the heart of North Beach. Like the best single-family homes, the floorplan features spacious living areas on the first level and 4 bedrooms all together on the second level. Flooded by natural sunlight on three sides, the main floor has an open layout that lends itself to delightful indoor/outdoor living, perfect for entertaining. The well-equipped kitchen has enough workspace to satisfy any chef. Upstairs, the master bedroom boasts a luxurious ensuite master bath with double vanity. The office (or 4th bedroom) is highlighted by wonderful views of Russian Hill. Amenities include a spacious laundry room, radiant heat, additional storage, independent parking, and a large shared garden and outdoor space. This highly sought-after location earns a WalkScore of 99, with all of the enchanting North Beach cafes and restaurants right around the corner. A truly special home!

    Free-Standing Building
    Four Bedrooms
    Two Full Baths / One Half Bath
    Laundry Room
    Large Shared Garden and Outdoor Space
    One Car Independent Parking
    Walk Score 99

    About The Area

    San Francisco, in northern California, is a city on the tip of a peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. It is considered the smallest “big city” in the United States forming an approximate seven-by-seven mile square and is one of the most densely populated cities in the country with over 850,000 current residents. The city is known for a hilly landscape, year-round cool temperatures and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Traditional cable cars and colorful Victorian houses also decorate the city. Some of the many landmarks in San Francisco include the Financial District’s most distinctive skyscraper, the Transamerica Pyramid, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Coit Tower. San Francisco’s famed districts offer a variety of top-rated restaurants focused on seasonal, locally grown food and unique drinks, described by locals as an ideal city for “foodies.”San Francisco’s most renowned local universities include University of California San Francisco, San Francisco State University, San Francisco Art Institute, and the California Culinary Academy. Two of the nation’s top universities are also nearby, University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University.The districts include Castro, Chinatown, Cole Valley, Financial, Fisherman’s Wharf, Haight-Ashbury, Hayes Valley, Japantown, Lower Haight, Marina, Mission, Nob Hill, Noe Valley, North Beach, Pacific Heights, Panhandle, Potrero Hill, Presidio, Richmond, Russian Hill, Sea Cliff, Sixth Street, SOMA, Sunset, Union Square and Upper Market.

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        Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty
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        San Francisco County
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        San Francisco Unified
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