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Are you looking for beautiful single family home located in one of San Francisco’s hottest and growing neighborhoods? Welcome to 419 Bosworth. This three level move-in-ready Edwardian home is located on the border of Bernal Heights and Glen Park, and is just a 5 minute walk from the Glen Park Bart Station and Glen Park Village. The home boasts 3 spacious bedrooms and 1.5 baths. When you walk in, you will be wowed by the beautiful staircase, high ceilings, and dramatic light fixture. The living room, dining room, large remodeled kitchen, half bath, and backyard access complete the first level. Upstairs you will find two large bedrooms and a full bath. Downstairs you will find the third large bedroom and additional access to the large and sunny backyard, perfect for BBQ’s. This light-filled home is extremely spacious and ready for both entertaining and day-to-day enjoyment. Enjoy high ceilings throughout, showcasing beautiful new light fixtures, and a beautiful box ceiling in the dining room, also featuring the original plate rail molding and a built in china cabinet. Why Buy A Condo When You Can Buy A Whole House? Nearby parks include Glen Canyon, Fairmount Open Space, Dorothy W. Erskine Park and Saint Marys Playground. Walk-score of 85

Type: SingleFamily
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Floor size: 1265 sqft
Lot: 1877 sqft
Year Built: 1911
Room count: 5
 

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Neighborhood


This home is located on the border of two iconic San Francisco neighborhoods. The closest is Glen Park, tucked away from much of the city's hustle and bustle by sprawling Glen Canyon Park. The Glen Park neighborhood has the feel of a small, inclusive village. Conveniently served by a BART station and easy freeway access, residents can find themselves downtown or headed to the South Bay in no time. Just south of Noe Valley, Glen Park offers much of the same small-town feeling at more affordable prices. The area is quite popular with families who want to enjoy city living in a more peaceful corner of San Francisco. Known as "the Village," the neighborhood's commercial strip is centered at the intersection of Diamond and Chenery streets near the Glen Park BART station. Here you'll find charming mom-and-pop shops, a number of trendy restaurants and old-fashioned cafes and more! Glen Park offers a variety of housing types, from single-family homes to multi-unit buildings.

The second neighborood is Bernal Heights, which was once the site of cow dairies and grazing pastures. One of the last great neighborhoods to be "discovered" in San Francisco, Bernal is making the transition from a traditional blue-collar settlement to a hospitable enclave of artists, young families, and left-leaning political life. It owes its growing desirability to its exceptionally homey setting and inspiring city views. Home to two great parks, this community is beloved by dog owners and hikers alike. Any visitor must make their way along Bernal's cozy retail main street, Cortland Avenue.  



Schedule

Open Houses:
Saturday, September 21 2-4p

Sunday, September 22, 2-4pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Marc Dickow
415.722.4018
[email protected]

Contact Mark Shumway
415.314.0870
[email protected]

Contact


Marc Dickow

Broker/Realtor/PartnerCore 7 Real EstatecalDRE# 01870650www.altrockrealtor.com

Mark Shumway

RealtorcalDRE# 01988284415-314-0870 mobile