• $1,700,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,484 SqFt
  • MLS# 474056
Situated within a handsome Edwardian two-unit building, 329 14TH AVENUE is a beautiful full-floor condo with fine period details and peaceful ambiance throughout the entire residence. The formal living room, complete with a wood-burning fireplace, leads to a spacious and inviting dining room that then flows nicely into the eat-in kitchen.
This wonderful condo unit has three bedrooms, with one currently being used as a sun room but is also suitable as a third bedroom with closet, and two full bathrooms. Additional features include: two car tandem parking that’s independent of the other unit, excellent storage space, seismic improvements, and a shared backyard.
Considered a Walker’s Paradise with a WalkScore rating of 96. Location allows for easy access to north and southbound commute routes, public transportation, and tech shuttle stops. Nearby convenience of Clement Street shops and restaurants. Neighborhood parks include Mountain Lake, Richmond Recreation Center, and the 10th Avenue and Clement Mini Park.


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Great Sand Bank. A day-long drive from Downtown San Francisco during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, few folks resided in Central Richmond; its rolling, sandy terrain was considered inhospitable to parks, gardens or homes. Much has changed since the mid-1800s when the neighborhood was only suitable for garish amusements, roadhouses and saloons. The Central Richmond today gives entree to the very best of San Francisco’s treasured urban parks. Entering Golden Gate Park from the rose garden at Fulton and Park Presidio, there’s easy access to the de Young Museum and California Academy of Sciences, as well as Strybing Botanical Garden, Stow Lake Boathouse and the Japanese Tea Garden. Walking east, i...

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