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145 Santa Rosa Ave

145 Santa Rosa Ave

Mission Terrace, San Francisco

Kate Tomassi

Kate Tomassi

Mobile #: 415.706.7555

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145 Santa Rosa Ave

$1,570,000 | 145 Santa Rosa Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112

This adorable 1925 Mission Terrace home couples classic period details with tasteful updates, and includes room to expand on the lower level. The main floor features three bedrooms and one and a half baths, combined with excellent living and entertaining space. The living room, with its attractive brick fireplace, is light and bright with a large northeast-facing picture window. From the living room, walk through the spacious formal dining room to the fully-remodeled eat-in kitchen with quartz countertops and new stainless steel appliances. New light fixtures, fresh paint, and refinished hardwood floors are also throughout the well-appointed main level.

While the upstairs is smartly renovated and modernized, the large downstairs remains an expansive canvas for new owners to reimagine. Significant room to expand consists of a bonus family room and half bath as well as—wait for it—an eclectic tiki bar with barbecue grill, lovingly created by the long-time owners. The backyard can be accessed both from the downstairs bonus area and also directly from the kitchen upstairs. A two-car garage with laundry and ample storage complete the package.

Mission Terrace is a close-knit residential community of single-family homes built mostly in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Varied architectural styles from Arts and Crafts to Spanish and Mediterranean to Tudors line pretty streets where pride of ownership is evident. There is an active neighborhood association and residents organize many community events. Balboa Park is just down the street from the home, featuring an indoor pool, four ball fields, and a newer refurbished playground.

The area, while quiet, is bordered by a handful of other vibrant areas with varied types of commercial districts providing lots of diverse shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation options. Ocean Avenue, including Whole Foods, lively Mission Street, sought-after Glen Park, San Jose Avenue, and City College are all within walking distance. Transportation from Mission Terrace is excellent given the nearby Balboa and Glen Park BART stations, numerous Muni lines, bicycle routes, and very convenient access to freeways.

  • Sold

  • 3

  • 1.5

  • 0.06 Acres

    Acres Lot
  • 1925

    Year Built

Mission Terrace, San Francisco

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