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Nick Cooper presents:

Ingleside Heights Home


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2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home in Ingleside Heights! On the main level natural light beams into the living room with beautiful hardwood floors and a large, open dining / kitchen area with stainless steel appliances. Off the living area is a full size bathroom and two ample sized bedrooms facing the backyard. 

On the lower level is an unwarranted bonus room and attached half bathroom. In the rear of the property is a separate unwarranted studio; the perfect space for a home office or artist's studio. The backyard has a large patio, planter beds and play structure, allowing easy enjoyment of the outdoor area. 

The garage has 1 car parking as well as additional space perfect for a home gym. Conveniently located close to MUNI, multiple freeways and immediately across the street from an adorable community garden and blocks from popular H Mart the location is appealing and convenient!

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Open Houses:

Tuesday, July 27th | 1:00-2:30 PM

Brokers Tour:

Tuesday, July 27th | 1:00-2:30 PM

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(415) 233-2911
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Nick Cooper


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123 Arch Street

Ingleside Heights is one of several micro neighborhoods located in this southern part of San Francisco. The Annual Sundial Park Picnic, with its bicycle, chariot and wagon race, takes place in the lovely oval called Ingleside Terrace. Oceanview has the Oceanview Playground and the Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center at its center.

Ingleside Heights offers a variety of local restaurants on Ocean Avenue. Most homes in these neighborhoods were built between 1900 and 1940. There's sure to be something for everyone in this corner of San Francisco.