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900 Bush Street #505

1932 Fell Street #11, San Francisco, CA

Offered at $649,000

Live in a mansion just across the street from the Panhandle and Golden Gate Park!

This charming one-bedroom home is part of a long established eleven-unit TIC (tenancy in common) group in what was once a stunning turn of the century mansion. The entry to 1932 Fell has a truly grand foyer and staircase that one never tires of walking through.

Your home is #11 which is located on top floor and in the rear of the building. Offering period detail, hardwood floors and loads of windows, making it bright and airy. The kitchen has a gas range and an eat in nook. The ample bedroom has windows on three sides providing light and views of the verdant garden. You can walk out on the large private deck to enjoy a coffee and a good read. There is a large closet and spacious full bath.

The former mansion at 1932 Fell Street sits on a large double lot with mature trees, grass & BBQ areas. Unit #11 is in the back of the property, looking over the garden and a stately old Palm tree. There is a shared laundry room and an easy independent parking spot in the garage for this unit.

1932 Fell Street is self managed and is available to purchase with a fractional loan. HOA dues $414. Parking dues $29.

Floor Plan

Panhandle

NoPA is a sub-neighborhood carved out of the Western Addition bounded by Divisadero, Fell, Turk, and Masonic Streets. Longitudinally, it is located between The Richmond and Alamo Square. NoPa stands for North of Golden Gate Park’s Panhandle. The neighborhood is a desirable place to reside, with mostly quiet streets, well-preserved Victorians, and a smattering of neighborhood-serving shops and eateries.

1932 Fell Street, San Francisco, CA

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Sharon Collier

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