256 Waterville Street, San Francisco, CA 94124
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- Solar Panels
- 8 Car Driveway Parking
- Potential Additional Dwelling Unit
256 Waterville Street is an example of a 1920’s style American Craftsman with its deep overhanging roof eaves, exposed rafter tails, and broad covered front porch.
Upon stepping through the front door, you will enter a large living room with an impressive brick fireplace flanked by window seats; another characteristic of a home this style. The spacious dining room is beyond the living room and has two service doors that lead to the kitchen. The kitchen has a commercial range, quartz counters, a stainless-steel sink, rich wood cabinets, and a comfortable breakfast area. Other rooms on the main floor are an office adjacent to the living room with pocket doors, built-in book shelves, and window seat. There is a full bath with subway tile bath surround and hexagon tiled floor with a corner sink, which connects to a dressing room and a garden view bedroom. There are hardwood floors and carpet at the main level of the home.
Ascending the staircase, you will come to the main bedroom level. The first room at the top of the stairs is a bedroom with walk-in closet that overlooks the rear patio and yard. Next to the bedroom is a laundry room that could also be used as a crafts or exercise room. Further on is a full bath with a shower over the tub. A modest bedroom is next to the bath and has windows that face south and fill the room with morning sun. On the north side of the home is a large bedroom with two large walk-in closets. The master suite is at the end of the hall and has a huge walk-in closet, a bath with separate shower, a soaking tub, and a window that overlooks Waterville Street. The floors on this level are partially carpeted and recently refinished softwood.
There is a basement for additional storage and that houses the forced air furnace and water heater.
The two-car garage is accessed from the kitchen and has laundry facilities and French doors that lead to the rear patio. The lack of affordable housing in San Francisco makes the garage a possibility of being converted to an additional living unit with city approval.
There is parking for 8 cars in the gated driveway, artificial turf in the yard that makes for low maintenance and there is even a plot soil for a small garden at the side yard.
There is one added feature that brings this home into the 21st century and that would be solar panels.
This gracious Craftsman home is ready for your personal touches to make it your dream home!
- Alarm System
- Automatic Sprinklers
- Garbage Disposal
- Hardwood Floors
- New Interior Paint
- Offstreet Parking
- Walk-in Closet