This Inner Mission home is a building that talks to you. On the outside is a mural by Susan Cervantes and students declaring “Be the Change You Wish to See in the World.” It also whispers to you possibilities for living space, a workshop, studio, or other uses for this building, which is zoned RH-3.
At the corner of Bryant and 25th Streets, this unique property built in 1910 has a history of commercial usage, but if you listen to the property — and to your own heart — you can think up whatever you want for this large, two-unit space.
On the lower level are two renovated suites and separate garages with parking for four cars (and in anticar San Francisco, where finding parking has become a driver’s victory and nearly a crime, that’s nothing short of amazing). On the upper level is a loft and Ipe decks. Rooms are large and light-filled.
Nearby are stops for the city’s ubiquitous and valued/hated tech shuttles as well as several schools (Fairmount Elementary, Revere Elementary, and O’Connell High), BART stations, and access to highways 101 and 280. As you stroll around the neighborhood, you will also find lots of classic beautiful homes, corner shops, and more.
What you choose to do with this home in the culturally rich, walkable, and historic neighborhood of the Mission is up to you. Listen to the building, the neighbors, and your heart.
4 garage parking spaces
4,341 square ft.
lot size 3,500 square ft.
or Stefano DeZerega
Zephyr Real Estate