Situated on a tree-lined street, 1730 Broderick is a 12-unit condo building, built in 1928, in a block that already had several homes from earlier decades. The contrast in styles is distinct yet tells a story about how San Francisco expanded over the years, often mixing houses with multi-unit buildings, providing a variety of homes for people of varying needs and economic means. The stately presence of 1730 Broderick is as commanding as its Victorian counterparts, complete with details such as the plaster appliques and decorative corbels that adorn similar buildings throughout the city. #4, a studio located in the rear of the building up one flight of stairs, has been updated over the years, including a newer flooring to mimic days gone by, yet retains its practical floorplan. The space is small yet functional, with large closets, an efficient kitchen, and lovely outlooks from the windows in the kitchen and living/sleeping room.
Listing Courtesy of: Compass SF, Jim Fisher
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