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Features

Come be enchanted. This gracious 3 bedroom offers exquisite original detail, high ceilings, historic architecture and a walk out garden in the center of ultra-chic Hayes Valley.  Spectacular location with walkable access to the Divisadero Corridor as well as Hayes and Lower Haight.  One of the few, fire-surviving residential projects by famed architect William Mooser (Ghirardelli Square), 616 Page was built in 1890 and showcases transitional Queen Anne and Stick architectural styles, set back from the street.  Timeless and ethereal, the central hallway could be an art gallery or waltz hall to the dining room which beckons beyond, partially concealed and draws the visitor in.  The kitchen looks to the backyard which is secreted away for solitary reflection or lively garden parties. Serene, reflective and soulful, this compelling home calls out for your unique touch.  One does not find a home; one makes a home.  616 Page offers that rare opportunity of history and possibility.

Property Details

  • 37.8 % TIC Share or 3 interests
  • 1645 Sq Ft
  • Informal HOA approximately $300 monthly
  • 2 pets per unit
  • Rental of unit permissible
  • Deeded storage at back patio
  • Common garden
  • Leased parking on block / $350 month

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Neighborhood


Alamo Square

Alamo Square is home to one of the world’s most famous views. The Painted Ladies that run along Steiner and face Alamo Square Park make up one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks, and have been featured in so many photos and souvenirs that they’ve earned the nickname Postcard Row. Of course, there’s much more to this neighborhood than just a photo opportunity. Despite being somewhat off the beaten track, Alamo Square attracts its fair share of out-of-town visitors, who you’ll often spot strolling with cameras in hand past such historic treasures as the Westerfield mansion, the Chateau Tivoli, and the Archbishop’s Mansion. The heart of the neighborhood is Alamo Square Park, which boasts a dog run, playground and popular tennis courts, all with incredible panoramic views of San Francisco.

The streets are lined with some of the city’s finest examples of Victorian architecture, as this area was the nexus of a preservation boom that swept the city in the 1970s. Centrally located, residents have easy access to freeways and downtown; several Muni lines also serve the neighborhood. When it’s time to unwind, you can visit one of the growing number of hip restaurants, clubs, bars or bistros that line lively Divisadero Street. There you’ll also find a favorite San Francisco music venue, The Independent and several funky, homegrown shops and services.



Schedule

Open Houses:
Saturday May 5, 1:00-4:00pm

Sunday May 6, 1:00-4:00pm

Saturday May 12, 2:00-4:00pm

Sunday May 13, 2:00-4:00pm

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday May 8, 11:00am-12:30pm

Tuesday May 15, 11:30am-1:00pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:

Contact Jamie Comer
415.420.2510 mobile
jcomer@mcguire.com

Contact William Freeman
415.298.8031
wfreeman@mcguire.com

 

Contact

Jamie Comer

Jamie Comer

Partner & Top ProducercalDRE# 01707827415.420.2510 mobile415.346.4530 faxhttp://mcguire.com/agents/info/jamiecomer

William Freeman

William Freeman

Partner & Top ProducerMcGuire Real EstatecalDRE# 01886917415.298.8031 mobilehttp://www.homesbywilliam.com