43 Lucky Street
Delightful 2 bedroom,1 bathroom Victorian Single Family Home with tasteful, loving touchesin a prime Mission location! This charming home has potential to expand beyond its current two bedrooms. It’s a short stroll to BART, trendy restaurants, nightlife, markets, and shops on 24th Street. Lots of friendly, fortunate people live on Lucky Street!
The large kitchen has an eat-in dining corner, perfect for guests to chat around while the master chef concocts fantastic meals and delves into into the spacious pantry. The kitchen opens out onto a south facing terrace perfect for soaking up one of the sunniest locations in San Francisco.
The home features lots of lovely 1880’s detail, very-high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, and a laundry room with washer & dryer. Significant value of the home rests in its 2007 foundation, robust seismic retrofitting, and newer furnace, ductwork, electrical panel, and water heater.
From the large two-car garage, it’s just a few quick turns to 101 and 280.
- Absolutely adorable 2 bed, 1 bath Victorian Single Family Home situated on a classic Mission block
- Incredibly convenient location a half block to dining, nightlife, and shopping on 24thStreet
- Large 2 car garage with expansion potential
- Significant upgrades in 2007 including new foundation, retrofitting, and systems
- Spacious kitchen with newer appliances, eat in dining area, and pantry
- Laundry room with washer/dryer and storage
- Incredible period detail, high ceilings, and beautiful wainscoting
- Easy walk to the 24th BART station as well as kid-and-pet-friendly Garfield Square park
The Inner Mission is one of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods. Homes in the neighborhood include grand, century-old houses, smaller Victorian cottages, and new condo developments that have sprung up in the past couple of years.
Stroll along Valencia Street any evening, and you'll experience an urban planner's dream: thousands of young residents out for a bite to eat; a standing-room only crowd at the Make Out Room; tuning up their bikes at Freewheel Bike Shop; or checking out the latest avant-garde performance at Dance Mission Theater.
The neighborhood is home to dozens of restaurants serving numerous styles of cuisine, including many taquerias, for which the neighborhood has become famous. Dave Eggers’ 826 Valencia foundation for kids offers writing workshops next to Paxton Gate, a store full of curiosities designed to spark anyone's imagination.
Access to public transportation is plentiful in the Mission. In addition to multiple bus lines there are two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations at 16th Street and Mission Street and 24th Street and Mission Street.