$San Francisco neighborhoods each have their own unique flavor, feel, and style. This beloved area of Noe Valley is no different and highly cherished by those who live there. Fair Oaks is a tree-lined street that has a rich history and is host to some great events each year. Participating in or attending the Fair Oaks Street garage sale, and Halloween festivities are a must.
This home is wonderfully close to 24th Street with fabulous restaurants such as Fiore Cafe and Papalote, shops, public transportation, and parks. Live close to the Valencia corridor, Dolores Park, and the Mission. Just stroll out the front door to all the amenities this part of San Francisco has to offer. Boasting a 96 Walkscore, Excellent Transit rating with excellent bike lane access.
Built in 1908, this two-unit building is spacious at 3,000 square feet on a good-sized lot of over 3,100 square feet. It exemplifies the best of heritage-designated Edwardian homes with wood-clad siding, peaked roofs, free-standing cylindrical columns, dentils adorning the roofline, and slanted bays. The style was a reaction to the fussy Victoriana who enjoys larger, brighter rooms, and colors. An emerging middle class made rooms for servants less necessary and homes were designed with larger halls and living rooms with an emphasis on light and air. Thus, this lovely two-unit at 375 Fair Oaks was born and is one of the first structures built on this very special street. Schedule a tour today!