Open House Obsession: San Francisco's Page Street

Tree-lined Page Street runs from Market Street to Golden Gate Park, from Hayes Valley to Upper Haight. We love the combination of an unpretentious, low-key vibe from the turn of the 19th Century plus its proximity to to Mid-Market via bus and bike. Here are three properties open on Sunday, September 2.

803807 Page Street, Hayes Valley/Lower Haight, $1.695M
While the exterior looks like it may have had a run-in with a Dutch preschool, the interior of this vacant, 3-unit building has the kind of off-hand minimalism we like and appears ready to move into. The "vacant" part is important– it means you get the building without tenants and can share it as you please, although the city won't allow you to combine the units and we imagine it's still under rent control. There's no garage, but the units have flexible floor plans typical of Victorian flats, and the top floor unit has a south-facing terrace. Open Sunday September 2 from 2:00PM to 4:00PM
1757 Page Street, Upper Haight, $695K
Located further west and closer to Golden Gate Park, this full-floor Edwardian flat has high ceilings and a flexible floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Even though the listing points out it could use some work– all the vintage woodwork looks tired and everything's been coated in beige paint– it's ready to move into. A few minutes walk from Whole Foods and public transit, this is a TIC with 1-car parking and a shared garden, along with a small private deck, and HOA's of $300 a month. Open Sunday September 2 from 1:00PM to 4:00PM
910 Page Street, Hayes Valley/Lower Haight, $699K
This top floor, 2-bed, 1-bath condominium is in an iconic San Francisco Victorian, very much the image that comes to mind when people think about living here. Nice space and high ceilings, plus a shared garden and 1-car parking. No mention of HOAs, but it's a 2-unit building, so most expenses are probably split as they come up. Check out the agent's dedicated site for more images. Open Sunday September 2 from 1:00PM to 3:00PM
While the exterior (above) looks like it may have had a run-in with a Dutch preschool, the interior of this vacant, 3-unit building has the kind of off-hand minimalism we like and is move-in ready:
The "vacant" part is important– it means you get the building without tenants and can share it as you please, although the city won't allow you to combine the units and we imagine it's still under rent control. There's no garage, but the units have the flexible floor plans typical of Victorian flats and the top floor unit has a south-facing terrace.
Open Sunday September 2 from 2:00PM to 4:00PM

Located further west and closer to Golden Gate Park, this full-floor Edwardian flat has high ceilings and a flexible floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. Even though the listing points out it could use some work– all the vintage woodwork looks tired and everything's been coated in beige paint– it's ready to move into. A few minutes walk from Whole Foods and public transit, this is a TIC with 1-car parking and a shared garden, along with a small private deck, and HOA's of $300 a month.
Open Sunday September 2 from 1:00PM to 4:00PM

This 2-bed, 1-bath condominium is located on the top floor of an iconic San Francisco Victorian, very much the image that comes to mind when people think about living here. Nice space and high ceilings, plus a shared garden and 1-car parking. No mention of HOAs, but it's a 2-unit building, so most expenses are probably split as they come up. Check out the agent's dedicated site for more images.
Open Sunday September 2 from 1:00PM to 3:00PM

 

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