Open House Obsession: Classic San Francisco Flats

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 Where: 239 Duncan Street, Noe Valley
Asking: $999K, HOAs of $300 per month
When: Sunday, August 2 from 2:00pm to 4:00
What: Probably the nicest flat currently on the market in Noe Valley, this 2-bed, 2-bath lower unit dating back to 1900 has direct access to a ridiculously large shared garden and has open exposures on three sides:

The renovation is bland enough for you to impose your own decor on the classic details (top) and there’s also 1-car tandem parking. Check out the agent’s dedicated site for more images. On the market for a week, we predict this will sell fast and for substantially more than the asking price.


Where: 1114 Fell Street, Hayes Valley/Alamo Square
Asking: $1.179M. HOAs of $240 and 1-car parking at $350 per month
When: Sunday, August 2 from 2:00pm to 4:00
What: A classic 3-bed, 1-bath 1904 flat with nicely detailed front rooms (above) in a 3-unit building. There’s a large shared deck instead of a yard and the listing says there’s room for a second bath. Great location with easy access to Hayes Valley and Mid-Market– other than being on very busy Fell Street.


Where: 3590 Washington Street, Presidio Heights
Asking: $2.495M, HOAs of $440 per month
When: Sunday, August 3 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
What: More Edwardian than Victorian, this 1909 Shingle Style 6-unit building (above) holds it’s own among the mansions of Presidio Heights. The 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 2330-sq-ft unit occupies the entire ground floor and has a private garden entrance. Interiors are grandly impeccable, but the kitchen and baths are dated. Located in one of San Francisco’s grandest neighborhoods, and in spite of the decor, we love the spacious, house-like vibe: