With grand views and value galore, this delightful single-family home at the corner of Grand View Avenue and Grand View Terrace is mere steps from Noe Valley and Eureka Valley, making it a fantastic find well worth the investment. The stylish 1940s residence has an elevated location near Twin Peaks, providing the property with striking views of downtown San Francisco and beyond. Join me on a photo tour of the property to discover its versatility, charm, and top features...
25 Grand View Avenue ~ $2,295,000
The expansive residence has excellent curb appeal. It boasts three stories of living space, four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, flex space on the lower level, and a two-car garage.
Sweeping views of the city are readily available from various vistas at 25 Grand View Avenue. When you aren't soaking up the sights, enjoy exploring the many amenities of the Noe Valley and Eureka Valley neighborhoods. Easily walk down Grand View Terrace to Kite Hill and 24th Street shopping in Noe Valley.
The home features arched doorways, beautiful wood floors, and an idyllic wood staircase leading to the upper level.
Relax in luxury! The large living room features abundant natural light, lovely woodwork, built-in shelves, a wood-burning fireplace with a wood mantle, and insane city views from inside or via the adjoining sitting deck.
Enjoy hosting family and friends for the holidays in the large, light-filled formal dining room. This eloquent space features large windows, wood floors, and a charming window buffet that opens to the adjoining chef's kitchen.
Remodeled in 2012, the sunny chef's kitchen features a beautiful Ann Sacks backsplash, new cabinets, appliances, floor, electrical, and plumbing.
Unwind at the end of the night in the splendid primary suite. Tranquil city views, comfortable sleeping space, and a large ensuite bathroom make this room the perfect place to end a day and start one anew.
The front bedroom's indoor and outdoor living experience is top-notch. This room boasts a walkout deck with views of downtown, wood floors, plenty of natural light, and custom shelving.
Bedroom three provides leafy views, plenty of space, and cool custom shelving along one wall.
The lower level is a versatile space that can be used as a fourth bedroom, private office, in-law suite, or rental unit.
Outside, a brick patio is a virtual blank canvas to customize as you wish. Easily add raised flower beds, grow your favorite vegetables, entertain friends, or grill dinner from the comfort of the private yard.
JD's Favorite Features
- Direct Downtown San Francisco Views. Enjoy breathtaking views of the city from the living room and primary bedroom.
- Super Central Location. The home is only steps to Noe Valley / Castro Street restaurants, cafes, and shopping.
- 1940s Period Features. The wrought iron railings, expansive windows, and wood-burning fireplace make this property a classic piece of San Francisco real estate.
- Renovated Chef's Kitchen. Enjoy beautiful Ann Sacks tile, quartz countertops, and new electrical/plumbing.
- Flexible use. The lower level can be used as flex space, an in-law suite, or a rental unit for mortgage relief.