Welcome to 352 San Carlos St. SF
This beautiful fabulously remodeled first floor flat in a three-unit prime Inner Mission building, features two spacious bedrooms and an open kitchen/living/dining room with high-ceilings throughout. The kitchen is equipped with espresso birch cabinetry, gas range, quartz counter-tops, handcrafted tiled back-splash, and newer stainless steel appliances. A dream home extensively remodeled in the past eighteen months with newer electrical/plumbing.
The front porch area and rear private patio are perfect for entertainment and sunny breaks while enjoying the fabulous Inner Mission weather and a 98 walk-score home. Enjoy easy access to the Mission-Valencia-Guerrero corridor, be close to parks, transportation and dozens of restaurants and shops. Permitted street parking. Owner has leased garage parking space within half a block on 21st that might be transferred to Buyer. Unit is ideal for those that love the City!
Two bedrooms, One bath
High ceilings throughout
In-unit washer & Dryer
Front porch & private patio
99 Walk Score
HOA Monthly Dues: $270.00
LIBERTY HILL’S HISTORIC DISTRICT
The Mission’s Liberty Hill District contains some of the most intact historic residential blocks in the city. The significance of the district goes back to the nineteenth century middle class housing and developmental practices. It’s basically the earliest residential “suburb” of SF, with development starting the 1860s and continuing until the turn of the century. Almost 70% of the 293 buildings in the district are Victorian, and for the architecture nerds our there, 42% are Italianate, 20% Stick and 8% Queen Anne styles. The area still retians a lot of its suburban feel, with lots of street plantings and some houses on Fair Oaks set back so far they have full-on front yards. According to the landmark designation, the initial residents in Liberty-Hill Historic District comprised a mix of professionals, laborers and small scale entrepreneurs. There have been a bunch of famous SF folks associated with the district, including James Rolph Jr., John Daly, Susan B. Anthony and Lotta Crabtree.
Established in 1985, bound by 20th, Mission, Dolores, and 22nd Streets, the Southern boundary is the Yerba Buena pueblo charter line of 1834. The fire following the 1906 earthquake was stopped at Twentieth Street, demarcating the northern boundary. West nestles a natural topographical plateau, where houses changed scale of size. The Eastern boundary ends at the “working-man’s cottages” that date from the period.
CURBED- May 30th 2013 Alex Bevk –“The Story Behind the Liberty Hill Historic District”