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Alta Plaza Park Stick Style Victorian

Location:  2203 Scott (between Clay and Washington)

Price:  $3,495,000

Lot Size:  Approx. 25’ x 90’

Year Built:  Approx. 1885

 

Location:  This classic Stick Style Victorian home boasts a fabulous location in prime Pacific Heights  across from the 11.9-acre Alta Plaza Park with tennis courts, a children’s play area, and walking trails. Having a Walk Score® of 97, it is a “Walker’s Paradise,” with just a few blocks to the chic boutiques, restaurants, and cafes on popular Fillmore Street.  It is also close to Sacramento shops and restaurants.   Several of the city’s best private schools are also close by.  Pacific Heights is considered one of the most scenically advantaged locations in the world.  It is bordered to the west by a mature forest of pine, cypress, and eucalyptus trees which the army began planting in the Presidio in the 1880’s.  To the north is Crissy Field, originally a rich salt marsh at the bay’s edge and now a wildlife sanctuary.  Just beyond is the bay, the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands.  All are protected sites within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), one of the largest urban national parks in the world.

Summary:  Coveted location across from Alta Plaza Park and only a few flat blocks away from the popular boutiques and cafés on Fillmore St., California St., and Sacramento St. This delightful 4BD/2.5BA Victorian home showcases lovely park views and verdant outlooks from many rooms. The main level features the living room with squared bay window, fireplace, and an open archway to the library/dining room and adjacent atrium.  Tall doors, arches, and ceilings impart an airy feeling to this light-filled home.  The fourth bedroom/office and half bath is situated behind the eat-in kitchen which opens to the atrium and rear deck/garden. Upstairs there is a large, park-view master bedroom with en suite bath, plus two spacious bedrooms which share a full bath accessed from the hall. 1-car garage.

Description:  Enter to the foyer which opens to the double parlor offering flexible use as Living Room plus Formal Dining Room and/or family room .  The front parlor has a verdant outlook, squared bay window, and a fireplace.  The adjacent parlor features a wall of floor-to-ceiling bookcases and a set of French doors that open to the delightful, covered atrium.  The eat-in kitchen also opens to the atrium and is fitted with butcher block counters, dishwasher, and a cheery red, Bertazzoni range.  Just behind the kitchen is a full bath adjacent to the spacious office/bedroom overlooking the landscaped, rear garden.

2nd Level: The stair hall is lit by a skylight overlain with stained glass. At the front of the home, the generous primary suite features park views, a fireplace with marble mantel, and an en suite bath.  Two additional, spacious bedrooms and a full bath off the hall complete this level. 

Lower level:  An interior set of stairs leads to the lower level which features a laundry area and a bonus room with a full bath. The 1-car garage has interior access to the home and an additional car may park in the driveway in front of the garage door.

To Show:  Shown by Appt. only with Exclusive Listing Agent

Exclusive Listing Agent:  Janet Schindler, Sotheby’s International Realty, 415-265-5994

 

 

 

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This classic Stick Style Victorian home boasts a fabulous location in prime Pacific Heights  across from the 11.9-acre Alta Plaza Park with tennis courts, a children’s play area, and walking trails. Having a Walk Score® of 97, it is a “Walker’s Paradise,” with just a few blocks to the chic boutiques, restaurants, and cafes on popular Fillmore Street.  It is also close to Sacramento shops and restaurants.   Several of the city’s best private schools are also close by.  Pacific Heights is considered one of the most scenically advantaged locations in the world.  It is bordered to the west by a mature forest of pine, cypress, and eucalyptus trees which the army began planting in the Presidio in the 1880’s.  To the north is Crissy Field, originally a rich salt marsh at the bay’s edge and now a wildlife sanctuary.  Just beyond is the bay, the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands.  All are protected sites within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), one of the largest urban national parks in the world.

 



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About Janet

Janet Schindler has remained the #1 agent for the past decade for home sales in San Francisco’s Northside (which includes Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow, the Marina, Russian Hill, and Sea Cliff) according to the MLS. Her extraordinary success results from her hard work, unwavering commitment to integrity, and always prioritizing her clients’ best interests. For the past 30+ years, Janet has taken this approach with every client, and it shows. She is consistently one of the top 25 Sotheby’s International Realty agents ranking in the top 1% of over 50,000 esteemed associates and is regularly named on the prestigious Wall Street Journal’s list of the Top Realtors in the U.S.A. When Haute Living published a list of the Bay Area’s Top Real Estate Power Brokers, Janet was labeled “The Professional,” a title that truly characterizes her approach to her career and her relationship with her clients.

Janet’s clients benefit from her unparalleled market knowledge and creative marketing concepts. She specializes in preparing and presenting properties for sale to assure her sellers maximize their returns. When representing buyers, she is quick to point out the hidden upside in a property as well as its drawbacks. Her clients enjoy her positive attitude and sense of humor during a process that is often beset with stress. Whether her clients seek a world-wide marketing strategy or a discreet private sale, Janet has the wisdom, resources, and experience to successfully negotiate and navigate the transaction.

Media frequently seek out Janet's opinion of the San Francisco real estate market. She is often quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Robb Report, Mansion Global, and local newspapers. She researches and writes the annual Schindler Report, which appears in San Francisco's Nob Hill Gazette, analyzing luxury real estate sales in San Francisco's Northside neighborhoods. In addition to her real estate writing, Janet has published articles on related areas of interest including gardening and architecture. 

Janet graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in philosophy, emphasizing Asian philosophy, from Brandeis University and was a Regents Scholar at UCLA Law School. Her education and expertise add value to every real estate transaction. 90% of Janet's business comes from repeat clients and referrals because they know that she always puts clients' interests first. Janet Schindler is the trusted name in San Francisco real estate.

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