- Three bedrooms, two baths and huge finished attic space
- Attic space, perfect for home office or family room, not counted in square footage
- Circa-1885 construction at the top of Cottage Row
- Half block to the bustling shops and restaurants of Fillmore Street, Walkscore = 100
- Remodeled kitchen with SubZero fridge, JennAire gas range and GE dishwasher
- Softwood flooring and original period detailing throughout
- Towering ceilings and large picture windows create bright, voluminous spaces
- In-unit laundry and private deck off of kitchen and living room
- Sweeping views looking down Cottage Row out towards Twin Peaks and beyond
- Leased parking on Webster @ Sutter for $180/month (secured access)
Get ready to take a trip back in time! 2109 Bush Street sits atop a beautiful brown-shingle building situated at the end of Cottage Row in San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood.
Cottage Row is a quaint enclave of 22 buildings, mostly constructed by William Hollis between the years 1860 and 1890. The block-long stretch has a mini park (maintained by the City of San Francisco) and a brick pathway that makes a verdant run from Sutter Street to Bush Street.
You’ll find 2109 Bush situated at the apex of Cottage Row, where it can enjoy a full view of this little taste of England along with sweeping vistas of the City. Boasting three bedrooms, two baths, and a huge finished attic, the home offers its lucky new owner plenty of options in how to utilize the flexible floorplan (click the “Floorplan” button above for a drawing).
Towering 10+ foot ceilings and picture windows on three sides allow the 1880’s vibe of this immaculate residence to truly shine. Decorative mouldings, softwood flooring, ceiling medallions, and period trim all keep the home true to its beginnings.
Three generously sized bedrooms are located at the front of the home. Towards the rear, you will find a formal dining room and living room, both of which look out to Cottage Row. The living room enjoys some of the best views the home has to offer – out to Sutro Tower and beyond. Just off the living room, through a set of French doors, you’ll find a private South-facing deck with plenty of space for seating and dining.
The kitchen has been remodeled and its design benefitted greatly from the home’s current owner, who is a chef by trade. The space offers handsome stainless appliances (refrigerator by SubZero, gas range by JennAir, dishwasher by GE), and plenty of counter space to express your culinary creativity. The kitchen is large enough to place a floating island if you choose and between the pantry and glass-faced cabinets, offers plenty of storage. The recycled glass countertops glisten with reflections while providing a durable surface to handle heavy daily use. A Dutch door provides easy access to the deck and allows fresh air to pour in.
The home has in-unit laundry conveniently located in the main hallway. The two baths also are off the hallway, meaning easy access to the bedrooms and visitors alike. Both bathrooms are tastefully tiled.
The upper level of the home is a fully finished attic space, complete with skylight, track lighting, and outlooks to the South. This space is not counted in the square footage of the home. There are many options for this space, including a home office, den, art studio… the possibilities are only limited by your imagination!
Other features of the home include a marble fireplace (in master bedroom), double-paned windows throughout, and skylights. Secured, leased parking is available about one and a half blocks away on Webster Street. The parking may be transferred to the new owner at the current rate of $180/month. 2109 Bush contributes $350/month into the four-unit Home-Owner’s Association.
The location of this rare offering is one of its strongest assets. 2109 Bush is just a half block to the bustling Fillmore Street corridor, which offers a plethora of dining, entertainment and shopping options. San Francisco’s Japantown is just to the South. You’ll be hard-pressed to find better restaurants within steps of your front door at another address. In fact, this area of the City has been dubbed the “Gourmet Ghetto” due to the number of high-quality, eclectic restaurants, bakeries, cafes and bistros in the area. Click the “Documents” button above for more details. With a Walkscore of 100, enjoying the City by foot literally does not get any better.
This is a special one!