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48 Caselli Ave

Offered at $1,288,000 | San Francisco

Perched on a quiet street sits this beautifully remodeled Castro condo. The space is decorated with craftsman details, rich hardwood floors throughout, and boasts a bright, effortless layout. The living area features access to the private deck, where you can take in tree-lined views over a cup of coffee. The kitchen has been masterfully remodeled with snowy quartz counters, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of storage between the cabinets and pantry. The craftsman style details continue into both of the sizable bedrooms, which offer tranquil spaces for relaxation. The bathroom was also remodeled with gray subway tiling and a soaking tub/rainfall shower combination. Additional features: tall ceilings, shared backyard space, basement storage/storage room, garage parking, and garden level bonus rooms with development rights to add an estimated 600 sqft within envelope and additional rights to expand. With a 94 WalkScore, this home is ideally located near Market Street, Castro's variety of bars and restaurants, and Kite Hill.

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1902 Year Built

2 Bedrooms

1 Total Bathroom

1,140 Sq.Ft. Living Space

3,025 Sq.Ft. Lot Size

1.0 Garage Space

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Interior
Bedroom
2 Beds
Bathroom
1 Bath
Full Bathrooms
1 Full Bath
Laundry Room
In Basement
Flooring
Tile, Wood
Appliances
Dryer, Washer, Washer/Dryer Stacked Included
Exterior & Building
Garage Spaces
1.0
Parking
Garage Faces Front, Tandem, On Site - Mapped (Condo Only)
Heat Type
Central
Lot & Area
Status
Pending
Living Area
1,140 Sq.Ft.
Lot Size
3,025 Sq.Ft.
MLS® ID
424014087
Type
Condo
Year Built
1902
Neighborhood
Castro District, SF
Finance
Sales Price
$1,288,000
HOA Fees
$300/mo
Castro District, SF
An iconic bastion of gay rights history, the Castro represents togetherness and revolution. Home to tech professionals and centrally located, it's no wonder so many want to live, work, and play in the Castro. #LiveWorkPlayHere

Live

The LGBT community’s most famous and iconic rainbow flag symbol was born in The Castro. Flags line the streets of this vibrant and historically revolutionary community which has also become a haven for tech professionals, thanks to its central location, easy access to lots of public transit and sunny weather. Home styles here range from refurbished Victorians and Edwardians, to modernist and contemporary. As one moves outward from the bustle of the Castro and Market Street intersection, the neighborhood gets quieter, which is ideal for those looking for the best of both city and suburban life. 

Work 

Commute
Easy walkability for residents and close access to public transit. 

Schools K-5

Milk (Harvey) Civil Rights School (Public) - Parent Rating 4/5 Stars

Sanchez Elementary (Public) - Parent Rating 4/5 Stars

Schools 6-8

My City School (Private) - Parent Rating 5/5 Stars

Play

Residents and visitors can enjoy performances at the Castro Theatre, browse luxury brand consignment stores like Siu Generis, take in the sun at nearby Mission Dolores park, and grab a drink at the famous Twin Peaks Tavern. Other spots of interest: Harvey Milk Plaza for a communal space and a little history, Hot Cookie for sinfully sweets treat sold by the pound, and Orphan Andy's for classic diner food at all hours.

Sources: 

https://goodmigrations.com/city-guides/san-francisco/the-castro

Live The LGBT community’s most famous and iconic rainbow flag symbol was born in The Castro. Flags line the streets of this vibrant and historically revolutionary community which has also become a haven for tech professionals, thanks to its central location, easy access to lots of public transit and sunny weather. Home styles here range from refurbished Victorians and Edwardians, to modernist and contemporary. As one moves outward from the bustle of the Castro and Market Street intersection, the neighborhood gets quieter, which is ideal for those looking for the best of both city and suburban life.  Work  Commute Easy walkability for residents and close access to public transit.  Schools K-5 Milk (Harvey) Civil Rights School (Public) - Parent Rating 4/5 Stars Sanchez Elementary (Public) - Parent Rating 4/5 Stars Schools 6-8 My City School (Private) - Parent Rating 5/5 Stars Play Residents and visitors can enjoy performances at the Castro Theatre, browse luxury brand consignment stores like Siu Generis, take in the sun at nearby Mission Dolores park, and grab a drink at the famous Twin Peaks Tavern. Other spots of interest: Harvey Milk Plaza for a communal space and a little history, Hot Cookie for sinfully sweets treat sold by the pound, and Orphan Andy's for classic diner food at all hours. Sources:  https://goodmigrations.com/city-guides/san-francisco/the-castro
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