7 Juri Street San Francisco
Listed at $1,868,000
Square Feet: 1,652 (per graphic artist)
Lot Size: 2,042
Noe Noble | Mission Mogul
Nestled on a quiet residential cul-de-sac at the end of the Valencia corridor, this ornate Victorian beauty stands proudly amongst its neighboring homes. Meticulously maintained and fully updated, this home features a main floor with an open floor plan for perfect entertaining, as well as direct access to the garden. With its hardwood floors and freshly painted interiors, the two upper bedrooms offer space and light, while the lower level primary bedroom features concrete floors, radiant heat, fireplace, walk-in closet and an over-sized bathroom with soaking tub and shower stall. Direct access to the garden makes this retreat a must have. One car parking and an abundance of garage storage round out this gorgeous home. A walk score of 99 and the flat surrounding streets makes for easy walking while easy access to transportation and freeways makes commuting a breeze. Rare opportunity to own a piece of SF history - where the S&P railroad ran through the city on the small street of Juri.
- Built in 1900
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Car Parking
- 2 Levels
- Laundry Room
- Off-Kitchen Deck
- Landscaped Backyard
- 1,652 square feet (per graphic artist)
- Fireplace in main bedroom and guest bedroom
- Radiant floor heating on lower level
- Nest thermostats
- Doubled glazed windows throughout
- In-ceiling surround sound speakers in three rooms
- Built-in TV alcove in main bedroom
- Main bedroom walk-in closet with built-ins
- Main bathroom double vanity
- Main bathroom walk-in shower and soaking tub
- August Smart Lock for front door
- New light fixtures throughout
- New hardware throughout
- New smoke detectors throughout
- Freshly painted interiors throughout
- In-unit washer/dryer
- Gas range
- Quartz kitchen countertops
- Stainless steel appliances
- Exterior painted in early 2021
- Interior access to garage
- Landscaping irrigation
Inner Mission | Noe Valley | Bernal Heights
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.
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.
Popular with families for its suburban, laid-back vibe, central Noe Valley is conveniently located near freeways and public transportation. Boutiques are plentiful in Noe Valley. With confectioneries like Noe Valley Bakery and restaurants such as Griddle Fresh, Fresca, Novy and Firefly, the neighborhood is a paradise for foodies. Thanks to the Noe Valley Farmers Market, locals never have to leave the neighborhood to get their fix of fresh organic vegetables, fruit, and honey. And with Whole Foods centered on 24th, weekly shopping is a breeze. Noe Valley is a short drive from both Interstate 280 and Highway 101, convenient for residents who commute to Silicon Valley. The J-Church light-rail train is the neighborhood’s most favored public-transportation option, though several Muni bus lines also serve Noe Valley. The neighborhood has its share of nightlife, from the dive bar Valley Tavern to the awesome selection of imported beers at The Dubliner. For live music, check out Noe Valley Ministry, a venue for world-class performers in folk, world music, and the alt-rock scene.
Perched atop a hill traced by a grid of narrowly inclined roads is the landmark centerpiece of the Bernal Heights neighborhood: Bernal Heights Park. The summit of this park, elevated at 433 feet, is another aerial jaw-dropper in the bountiful list of Instagram-worthy viewpoints. This landmark survived the 1906 earthquake and the fire that followed, making this not just a patch of urban greenery, but a historic symbol of San Francisco’s resilience akin to Chicago’s Water Tower. As such, Bernal Heights Park has every element necessary to be a proper San Francisco tourist hotspot with its incomparable panoramic views while remaining peacefully untarnished by tourist traffic. If you’re on the hunt for a respite from people-packed Dolores Park, this puppy-plush bedrock awaits.
Juri Commons Park is a small neighborhood park and playground that sits just behind the property. It has been recently renovated and is scheduled to reopen September 2021. Here is some information: Juri Commons Park
The S&P Railroad used to run right next to Juri Street. Here is some information on the history: Noe Valley's "Lost" Railroad
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San Francisco, CA 94109
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