The single-family, Eastlake Victorian residence at 1014 Shotwell Street was built in 1899 on a 30 by 124-foot oversized lot on a quiet street in San Francisco’s vibrant Mission District neighborhood. The home’s unique wrap-around porch gives the setback residence a grand and private feel while being in the center of a bustling neighborhood. The two-level home features seven bedrooms and five bathrooms with two primary suites on the main floor as well as a guest bedroom with additional guest bath. The rear primary suite allows immediate access to the backyard terrace and yard with mature plantings. The main level of the home features 12-foot ceilings, a large dining room and professional kitchen and 2 main level living spaces that are flooded in light, one with a gas fireplace and calming views of the street’s trees. The lower level of the residence features four additional bedrooms, a media room, a third living room and both a study and home fitness area as well as two additional baths
Listing Courtesy of: Vanguard Properties, Frank Nolan
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