This warm and exceedingly comfortable Central Richmond home has been lovingly improved and maintained by its owner these past 8 years. With 2 bedrooms, a full bath, formal living and dining rooms and a gas kitchen, the framework was there for a modern update. The kitchen and bath were tastefully remodeled, and the owner’s use of the generous floor plan was customized to taste. By using the formal dining room as a bedroom, a peekaboo view of the ocean can be enjoyed. The living room, with its barrel-front wall of windows and large cabinets on each side of the wood-burning fireplace, is spacious enough to combine the living and dining areas. At the rear of the house, two ample bedrooms, one of which overlooks the greenery of the backyard. Interior stairs lead to a cavernous garage, with plenty of parking, work and storage space; the top-line washer and dryer stand like sentries ready for duty.
Walk, drive, travel to nearby Golden Gate Park, Lands End and Ocean Beach, and enjoy easy public transportation and proximity to food and shopping along Geary Street, Balboa Avenue and Clement Street. Last but not least, the bonus of living across from George Washington School, according to the owner: “The premises are ‘deserted’ after 3:00 PM on weekdays during the school year, not to mention on weekends, during the summer, spring and winter breaks” – something of a nice surprise these past years.
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The Richmond District is a neighborhood in the northwest corner of San Francisco, California, developed initially in the late 19th century. In many ways it is defined by its relation to the parks; bordered by Golden Gate Park on the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and Lincoln Park, Land’s End, Mountain Lake Park and the Presidio of San Francisco to the north, bisected by the Presidio Greenbelt and with the Marin Headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge in full and clear view, the neighborhood, which is otherwise a simple but far-reaching grid, has a feeling of being encapsulated by nature. It is thus known as a safe, peaceful, serene, family neighborhood, and one of the city’s largest as a whole, both in terms of housing stock and population.
The Richmond has many influences from the Chinese-American culture. One of its three commercial strips, Clement Street in the inner Richmond segment is sometimes called the second Chinatown due to its highly-rated Chinese restaurants. The other two commercial strips are Geary Boulevard and Balboa Street. The Richmond also has deep Irish and Russian roots and has many Catholic and Orthodox churches.
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