1949 O’Farrell Street | SOLD over asking for $1,275,000

Victorian Condo Lives Like a House

  • 3 bedrooms on upper level
  • 1.5 remodeled bathrooms
  • 1890’s Victorian completely detached
  • Renovated with modern style
  • Concrete foundation and seismic work
  • Spacious formal living & dining rooms
  • Chef’s kitchen with island
  • Views of beautiful park-like courtyard
  • Washer & dryer in laundry closet
  • HOA Dues = $660 monthly

Walk into Endicott Court and immerse yourself in a landscaped urban oasis surrounded by Victorian homes painted in custom colors. Once inside 1949 O’Farrell, you’ll notice that the high-ceilinged entertaining rooms have quality double-paned windows that invite sunlight into the spaces and connect you with the outdoors.

The carefully designed kitchen is fit for a gourmet chef with Samsung stove and refrigerator, KitchenAid dishwasher, and Neolith countertops that do not scratch or stain and is excellent for food prep. The center island is where the family communes at mealtime. This house-like residence lives on 2 floors with 3 large bedrooms occupying the top floor. The stylish bathroom has a contemporary touch with cork flooring and skylight.

You’ll have easy access to Fillmore shops, NOPA, Japantown, Pacific Heights, transportation and commute shuttles. Some of the hottest restaurants are nearby as well as Jane the Bakery with amazing baguettes and pastries. Activities abound at Kimbell Playground, Hamilton Recreation Center, Western Addition Library, and the YMCA. Across the street is Gateway Middle and High School, honored as one of California’s Gold Ribbon Schools in 2017.

About Endicott Court: After the 1906 earthquake and fire, only one in four of the more than 50,000 homes built during the Victorian-era in San Francisco remained. Of these survivors, only 3,100 were of the Slanted Bay Italianate style, including the buildings within this complex. These stately buildings survived not only the earthquake, but also the subsequent redevelopment of San Francisco, when they were moved to their current location in the 1950s.

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Western Addition

Western Addition, the name that once designated the entire massive area west of downtown, is now recognized as a more concentrated neighborhood that shares space with five other sub-districts to comprise the Central North district of the city.

The Western Addition was historically a small farming community that was thrust into popularity with the invention of the cable car in the 1870s. Shortly thereafter, a bustling Victorian suburb emerged. Sheltered from the fires that raged in the aftermath of the 1906 earthquake, many of those homes are still standing today. Residents in this neighborhood cherish these classic homes, along with the multi-family properties and condominiums added over the generations.

Having survived the turn of the century and many cycles of major city changes since then, the Western Addition continues to thrive and has become a prevailing destination neighborhood. Neighbors such as NOPA, Hayes Valley, Lower Pacific Heights and Civic Center have aided in elevating it to a trendier status, driving the addition of many boutique storefronts and hip restaurants, bars and cafes.

With open green spaces, classic Victorians, an ideal locale, upbeat shopping and destination dining, the Western Addition stands its ground as a distinctively San Francisco neighborhood with plenty to offer new residents as well as visitors.


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June 12 (TUE) - 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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Ron Wong, CRS

Ron Wong, CRS

Realtor® AssociateAlain Pinel RealtorscalDRE# 01504164415.517.1405

Mike Tekulsky

Mike Tekulsky

Broker AssociateHill & CompanycalDRE# 01711557415.321.4369 office415.531.1301