Named after Jose’ Cornelio Bernal, Bernal Heights was established in 1839 as part of the Rancho Rincon. In 1860, a Frenchman, Francois Louis Alfred Pioche acquired the land and divided it into smaller lots. This sweet house was part of the lot that faces Mission Street and was likely subdivided after 1905. 17 Precita is walking distance to Precita Park, Bernal Heights Park, Cortland’s shopping district, and the Mission’s restaurants, shops, and local bodegas. Spared from the 1906 earthquake and fire due to good soils and sparse housing density, Bernal Heights became a hot spot in 1906. The area around this home has hosted every trend and movement, decade after decade, from Irish immigrants farming the land to Vietnam Protests. Victorian details, hardwood floors, medallions. Antique stove, fixtures, toilets. Waterworks nickel bath fixtures. Roof access. Sylvan outlooks. Pantry, storage, W/D. Property website: www.17precitaave.com
Listing Courtesy of: Corcoran Global Living, Bonnie Spindler
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