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Just two blocks south of the Laurel Village Shopping Center, and eight blocks south of the Presidio, this handsome 1917, three story residence represents one of the best home values in San Francisco today.
At the entry level, the home enjoys a modern open floor plan that is well suited for entertaining, and comfortable living. Yet, with a total of eleven rooms, and 3,335 Square Feet (per graphic artist), 188 Collins Street not only boasts a large bedroom and bath count, but also has plenty of space left over for home offices, and more casual recreation areas.
There is an east yard/garden/patio, and a two plus car attached garage.
In this low inventory, high demand real estate market, 188 Collins Street is a rare opportunity for new owners to purchase a large functional home, at a relatively favorable price, in one of San Francisco’s most sought after neighborhoods.
The home is in the immediate vicinity of the Laurel Hill Playground and Tennis Courts, Grocery Stores, shops, restaurants, public transportation, a day care / nursery school / pre-kindergarten facility, a major hospital, veterinary clinic, US Post Office, UPS Store, banks, and many other urban services.
Offered at $2,500,000
Only steps away from the open expanses of the Presidio lies the Laurel Heights/ Jordan Park neighborhood. Impressive hundred-year-old Victorians and Edwardians mix lyrically with bright stucco bungalows, sizable apartment structures, and updated modern residences. Jordan Park/Laurel Heights has become home to many upscale families with young children. Private schools dot the area, including Laurel School and Live Oak. Some of the finest public school education is also available at the Claire Lilienthal Public Elementary School on Sacramento Street. The school boasts a California API over 900.
Lined with elegant shops, Sacramento Street in Laurel Heights, is a shopper’s paradise. One quaint storefront after another serves the desires of the stylish passersby. Find a taste of wine country and exquisite gifts in the Sonoma Country Store. Grab your more regular household needs at the nearby Laurel Village Shopping Center, complete with grocery, hardware, and drug stores.
Don’t miss the popular restaurants, cafes, and specialty bakeries in Laurel Heights. A short walk to Dolce & Salato will reward you with delectable pastries, and quiches. Those fortunate enough may stumble happily upon Magic Flute Garden Ristorante, the roomy trattoria at Presidio and Sacramento Streets. Its serves as a fixture, bringing old-world Tuscan flavors to the neighborhood.
Combining purposes as an athletic center and as a local presenter of cultural arts, the Jewish Community Center welcomes all, and is a community hub for the area. Close by, and convenient, is the California Pacific Medical Center on California Street. Overall, a great neighborhood, with excellent transportation options for easy coming and going.