Gorgeous 2-level Lake Street Condo
153 23rd Avenue is a beautiful house-like 2-level residence that blends contemporary finishes with the warmth and timeless charm of its classic Edwardian roots. The open floor plan creates a seamless flow that’s perfect for entertaining and modern living.
The remodeled stainless and granite kitchen is a chef’s delight with abundant counter space, double sink and pantry as well as a breakfast bar perfect for informal meals. The living room boasts an impressive transom window and a gas fireplace with built-ins. Sweet period details include inlaid hardwood floors.
There are two spacious and tranquil west-facing bedroom suites on the main floor each with its own luxurious ensuite bathroom. The master bath features a jetted tub and steam shower. A half-bath for guests is also available on the main floor.
The legal ensuite 3rd bedroom downstairs has been integrated into the home via nicely-finished interior stairs. This lower level looks out upon the west-facing landscaped common garden and also boasts its own private entrance from the street. Enjoy maximum versatility as an office, playroom, or au pair quarters. The positioning and comfort of this downstairs bedroom truly enhance the home’s flexibility.
There is independent parking for one car, ample storage space, and a private washer-dryer.
This enviable A++ Lake Street location offers easy access to nature and all the conveniences of city living. A short walk or bike ride will take you to the city’s most breathtaking scenic spots — the Presidio, Lands End, Baker’s Beach, Golden Gate Park, Sea Cliff, West Clay Park and so much more. Beloved neighborhood cafes and chic eateries just steps away on California Street. Coveted 90 “Walker’s Paradise” from Walkscore.com!
Asking – $1,675,000
Sale Price $1,775,000
- 3BR/3-½ bath 2-level condo
- Renovated throughout
- Contemporary open plan
- Granite counters in kitchen
- Double sink in the kitchen
- Pantry off kitchen
- Private washer/dryer
- Beautiful arched doorways
- Inlaid hardwood floors
- Beautiful pendant light fixtures
- Many recessed lights
- Large hall closets
- Elegant custom paint scheme
- Double sink in master bath
- Each bedroom has own ensuite bath
- Closet organizers in all three bedrooms
- Gas fireplace with elegant mantle & built-ins on both sides
- Distinctive arched transom window in living room
- Intercom on both levels
- 2-unit HOA
- Monthly HOA fee is $263.72
- Sq Footage: 1,818 per tax record
- Year built: 1923 per tax records
The Lake District is named after Lake Street: a charming tree-lined street with bike lanes, large sidewalks and stately homes. Lake Street stretches 1.5 miles—perfect for walking, running or biking—from the Presidio at Arguello Boulevard down to Sea Cliff at 27th Avenue. Its many neighborhood attractions include Baker Beach, China Beach, Land’s End trail, Presidio National Park, The Legion of Honor Museum, Mountain Lake Park, Rochambeau Playground, various tennis, and basketball courts, and the Presidio and Lincoln golf courses.
23rd Ave and the surrounding landscaped blocks feature stately 100-yr-old mansions and elegant rowhomes with impressive facades. Manicured lawns in nearby West Clay Park and the spacious boulevards of nearby Sea Cliff make this an especially friendly neighborhood for dog-walking, bicycling or strolling with baby. It rates an appealing “90” from Walkscore.com.
Just a few steps away from 153 23rd Ave you will find Pearl’s Cafe, Fiorella, Lokma, Pizzetta 221, Angelina’s and Bazaar Cafe — all of them dearly beloved neighborhood eateries that will become your favorite local spots to hang out. Nearby Clement offers a vast array of restaurants from every part of the world, along with every type of shopping you could desire and some unique neighborhood establishments such as Green Apple which draw visitors from the entire Bay Area.
This neighborhood is especially coveted by families, owing to the exceptional private and public schools which are located nearby (including Kittredge and Katherine Delmar Burke, Alamo and Presidio Middle Schools). There are also many playgrounds and outdoor open spaces which are great for little ones.
Access to downtown is easy via car or public transportation (along Geary) while access to San Francisco’s premier shopping districts (the Upper Fillmore and the Chestnut St corridor in the Marina) is just a breezy 10 minutes by car. The Lake District offers unparalleled access via the Golden Gate Bridge to the North Bay and beyond so you can get started on your weekend hiking adventures without wasting a lot of time in traffic.
But you may choose to not ever leave the neighborhood – the very best of San Francisco is right here on your doorstep!