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Paul Barbagelata presents:

Midtown Jewel Box


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Fantastic opportunity to purchase a three bedroom, two bath home with two car side by side garage in the heart of The City.

Beautifully refinished hardwood floors, new interior/exterior paint, bright and open floor plan. Kitchen with new refrigerator and stove has sliding door opening to deck with tree line view. Separate formal living room with fireplace, separate dining area. Three bedrooms off hallway, primary bedroom has access to full bath. Spacious full garage has high ceilings, room for two cars side-by-side, laundry/workshop area. Convenient low maintenance patio setting, with additional room to grow on your deep lot.

Easy access to major freeways, downtown, Noe Valley, Miraloma and Diamond Heights shopping centers, playground, Glen Canyon open space trail.

Trust sale, property to be purchased as-is, no warranties expressed or implied.

Offers due on Thursday, Feb. 25th by 4:00pm.

Disclosures:  https://app.disclosures.io/link/48-Dawnview-Way-lb1uw6q9


The neighborhood features mid-century modern homes arranged in rows on terraced streets, surrounded by greenbelts, forests, reservoirs, and open space.

The land occupied by Midtown Terrace (approximately 150 acres) was once part of Rancho San Miguel, a large 4,400-acre parcel originally granted in 1846 to Don Jose de Jesus Noe, the first mayor of Yerba Buena (the pre-cursor to San Francisco). The land then changed hands several times, with ownership eventually being acquired by Adolph Sutro, a prominent engineer and developer and San Francisco's mayor from 1894 to 1896. He had eucalyptus trees planted on a significant portion of his property, which eventually became Sutro Forest.

Twin Peaks, with its spectacular 360 degree views of the Bay Area and the Pacific Ocean, is habitat to rare plants and an endangered species of butterfly found nowhere else in the world. 

Sutro Forest is a lush, green enchanted woodland on the northern side of the neighborhood. Owned and maintained as a nature preserve by UCSF, it features miles of public walking and mountain biking paths that allow you to forget you're in the middle of a densely populated city.

These beautiful places are within walking distance of anywhere in the Midtown Terrace neighborhood. 

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Open Houses and Brokers Tours:  N/A

Please contact listing agent or Kathy White at 415-595-9470 to schedule a COVID-19 protocol by appointment only showing.

Offers are due on Thursday, Feb. 25th by 4:00pm.

Disclosures:  https://app.disclosures.io/link/48-Dawnview-Way-lb1uw6q9

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Paul Barbagelata
(415) 279-3834
[email protected]

Paul Barbagelata

BarbCo Real Estate


DRE# 01043609

415-759-2500 office

415.279.3834 mobile


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