136 Mountain Spring Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94114
Baths: 3 | 1
Sq. Ft.: 2,528
Type: Single Family Home
This Rarely Available, Special Location is set Above the City, yet is Geographically Very Central. Mid-Century-Inspired Style with VIEWS of SF and the Bay, near Cole Valley, UCSF, Twin Peaks. Wood-burning fireplace in living room. Huge windows, Great Light and sun. 2nd level is 2 beds & 2 baths of living space- master bed also has VIEWS. Situated on a cul-de-sac, with no neighbor on one side- only greenery, fresh air, birds and trees: the Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve. 3rd level has laundry room, 2 lg walk-in closets/storage, and 3rd bedroom with private bath. 3rd Bed has bonus separate entrance, great for family, guests or roommate. 2-car Private garage. Unrestricted upper street parking. Cul-de-sac. AMAZING light in this home.
MLS Area: Clarendon Heights
Other Rooms: Laundry Room
Parking: Garage, Interior Access
Lot Size in Sq. Ft.: 1, 502
View Description: City Lights, Water, Bay, Bay Bridge, San Francisco, Downtown, Woods
Property SubType: Single-Family Homes
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Cameron Bamberger, Pacific Union International Inc.
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