Located on the cusp of Cole Valley, this lovely Upper Haight top-floor flat is in an area that was developed after 1902. Between 1895 – 1902, the two blocks bounded by Cole, Haight, Clayton & Waller, were home to the Haight Street Chutes, an amusement park that featured elevated boats flying down tracks or chutes into a lake. After 1902, the park was closed & the lake drained & filled in. Construction soon began on commercial buildings & homes, with 648-652 Cole being built sometime between 1905-1913. The condo’s interior retains many original details, including decorative fireplace mantels, while the kitchen & bathrooms have been updated. Light fills the home front & back, as well as from lightwells on both sides of the condo. Although 648 Cole has parking, the location couldn’t be more ideal for leaving the car at home & traveling by foot or muni to the amenities along Haight & Cole Streets, or for a run or stroll in Golden Gate Park. 34 steps up, and you’re home.
Listing Courtesy of: Compass SF, Jim Fisher
Buyer represented by Corcoran Global Living
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