3321 23rd St San Francisco
Coming Soon!: $1,495,000
Bohemian Bella | Rhapsody Roller
Square Feet: 1,880
Bohemian Bella | Rhapsody Roller
After over a year-long renovation, it's showtime for this gorgeous Victorian beauty that has been remodeled inside and out. Its stunning ocean blue and dove gray facade emanates the life and vitality of its vibrant Mission location - this is where San Francisco shows it's diversity, it's eclectic blend of multi-cultural magic, and the real hustle and bustle of urban living. Step inside and you'll immerse yourself in a serene sensation of classic white trim detailing, artisan Doug Fir floors with the patina of over 100 years of life, punctuated by the modernity of open plan living, custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, industrial hardware, and luxury spa finishes. Beyond the bespoke interior design lies a sprawling home, each spacious room flowing from one to the next with an indulgent abandonment of space preservation. With over 1,880 square feet of living space to entertain and cook with friends, chill in the den, languish in the exuberant bedrooms, or get productive in the dedicated office, this home also boasts private on-site secure parking, storage galore, and a shared outdoor alfresco patio to hang with the neighbors with a bevy or two.
Viva La Vida!
Remodeled in 2020, this Victorian-era building offers 3 full-floor flats that span the footprint of the building with graciously high ceilings, original details, updated systems, and upgraded finishes throughout. A spacious shared garage on the first floor and a verdant oasis BBQ patio in the rear round out this gorgeous property.
- Fully Remodeled 2020
- Full Floor Flat
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- Formal Living Room with Bay Window
- Open Floorplan
- Renovated Chef's Kitchen
- Quartz Countertops
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Wine Refrigerator
- Den, Dining Room or 3rd Bedroom option
- WFH (Work From Home) Dedicated Office
- Artisan Doug Fir Floors Throughout
- Freshly Painted Interiors Throughout
- Super High Ceilings
- In-unit Washer/Dryer
- Abundant Storage
- On-Demand Hot Water
- Forced Air Heating
- Entertainment Al-Fresco Patio
- 1,880-SF Interiors (per graphic artist)
- 1-Car Parking Space (on-site)
- EV Charging Station
- Fully Engineered Seismic Upgrade
- Dedicated Parking Spaces
- Storage Areas
- Automatic Garage Door
- Occupancy Sensor Lighting
- 3321-3323-3325 23rd Street Homeowners Association
- Brand New Tenancy-In-Common HOA
- TIC Management Agreement by attorney Lyssa Paul & Associates
- No Special Assessments
- HOA Dues $300pm
TIC vs CONDO?
Buyers have often wondered what a T.I.C. is, and what makes it different from a condominium.
First, a TIC means "Tenancy In Common" or "Tenants in Common". They have been around for many decades in San Francisco and refer to an arrangement when two or more people co-own real estate without the right of survivorship -- for example, two friends pool their money and buy a house together. They each own an agreed-upon percentage of the property.
In San Francisco, TIC is most often used to refer to a special arrangement that allows individuals to own a unit in a building before that building converts to a condo, or even when the building is not eligible to convert to a condo, and it's often the easiest way for first-time buyers to own a home.
For more detailed information on TICs, check out this comprehensive buyer's guide brochure from Sterling Bank & Trust.
Another question many buyers often wonder is what the pricing and financing differences would be if a TIC was a Condo. To demonstrate the financial advantages of buying a TIC versus a Condo, we've compiled a "TIC vs CONDO" snapshot for 3321 23rd Street, using real-world financing data, accessible on this LINK.
Check out the savings this property has in terms of price, down payment and monthly mortgage costs would be compared to if it were a condo!
With its warm and sunny disposition, culturally diverse community, and eclectic architectural styles, it's easy to see why the Inner Mission has long been one of San Francisco's most popular residential neighborhoods. Beyond South of Market, tucked between the Castro and Potrero Hill, the Inner Mission is always bustling with activity. Vibrant street art, sprawling parks, world-renowned restaurants, funky shops, and a healthy dose of urban grit are just the beginning.
The neighborhood's housing stock offers something for everyone: quaint, Victorian-style homes and flats, modern condos, and luminous live-work lofts. When it comes to dining out, it's easy to take your tastebuds on a trip around the globe without leaving the neighborhood. There are proper bagels at Wise Sons Deli, tea leaf salad at Burma Love, Argentinian steak at Lolinda, juicy burritos at Taqueria El Farolito, fresh seafood at Al's Place. Plus, new destinations always in the works.
Shopping districts along Mission and Valencia Street draw neighbors and visitors throughout the week. Mission Street—lined with international markets, bakeries, taquerias, and folk art shops—celebrates the barrio's rich Hispanic heritage. Valencia Street's cafes, bars, live music venues, and a wide variety of homegrown retailers make it easy to entertain yourself locally. Despite its dense, central city location, recreational space isn't lacking either. Beyond the recently remodeled Dolores Park, the Mission Community Pool, Garfield Square's athletic fields, Chan Kaajal playground, and community garden, and Mission Cliffs climbing gym keep residents of all ages active. When venturing out of the neighborhood is unavoidable, Inner Mission neighbors enjoy quick access to the 101, two BART stations, and multiple Muni bus lines.
Open Houses/Broker Tours:
During Covid-19/SIP all open houses are on hold.
Private Appointments & Virtual Tours:
During the Covid-19 SIP order, Private Appointments will be available to agents and their clients that have first:
- Viewed all Property Photos
- Viewed the Floor Plan
- Viewed the Video Tour
- Viewed the 3D Tour
- Reviewed the Disclosure Package (DP)
- Completed C.A.R. form "Property Entry Advisory & Declaration" (PEAD-V, 06/02/20)
- A new PEAD-V must be obtained for each entrant, each time they enter a property.
- Reviewed C.A.R. form "Best Practices Guidelines and Prevention Plan" (BPPP, 6/19/20)
- Reviewed C.A.R. form "Property Rules of Entry" (PRE, 06/02/20)
- See Home Page for SFAR guidelines for private appointment tours
Prior to an appointment being confirmed, PEAD-V must be completed and sent to List Agent.
Please contact your real estate agent, or if not represented, please contact the List Agent.
Kevin M. Wakelin
Luxury Property Specialist
1699 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94109
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