Built in 1915, 355 Highland Avenue is a 4 bed, 2 bath single family home plus legal 1 bed, 1 bath guest suite with a 1-car garage, a deck, and patio garden. Imagined by architect Oliver Everett who designed City Lights Books, this home offers an incredible Bernal Heights location off of the Cortland Corridor and Holly Park, a spacious interior, and elegant details like hardwood floors, tall ceilings, and ornate woodwork. Bright living spaces on the main level’s open floor plan include a double parlor separated by pocket doors. The eat-in kitchen includes separate pantry, quartz counters, Bosch dishwasher, Viking stove, deep farmhouse sink, and access to the back deck and garden. The top floor boasts four bedrooms on one level, a large landing with two skylights, and flexible space that can be used as office nooks, home libraries, or sitting rooms. You’ll love the landscaped patio garden with hot tub, EV-charging station, and the guest suite with private access via Nest keypad.
Listing Courtesy of: Compass, Danielle Lazier, Keller Williams San Francisco, Michael Minson
Buyer represented by Daniel J. Risman-Jones at Ascend Real Estate and ChienShen Steven Huang at Ascend Real Estate
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