Fabulous opportunity to own a truly one of a kind historic property in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill District.
Situated on a 66′ wide (standard lots in SF are 25′) and 100′ deep lot (total 6600) and hidden off street, this view property has what used to be a single family residence (now 2 units) right in the middle, and a legal non-conforming view cottage tucked in the back.
The main property is 2 units. Upper unit 692 is vacant, features one bedroom, HW floors, fireplace, sunroom with amazing views, view deck, kitchen, and laundry.
Lower unit 690 is two bedrooms, one with view sunroom, living room, fireplace, wood floors, kitchen and porch.
The Cottage (originally a goat shed) is a Bohemian Chic studio with views, deck, skylights, fireplace, wood floors, and tons of charm.
The surrounding gardens are lush and landscaped, and the outdoor patio/seating area is a great escape from city living.
Featured in the book, “Images of America, San Francisco’s Potrero Hill,“ it is truly one of the original Potrero Hill abodes. It has seen San Francisco transform over the past century and a half, and remains a historic treasure. Rumored to have been visited by Maya Angelou and many notable 20th century artists and poets, it undoubtedly has a fascinating history.
In fact, this lot was once home to the Godfather of the Beats, the Patron Saint of City College, and possibly even the founding family of Potrero Hill itself. Find out even more about this remarkable property’s history over on our blog.
This is your opportunity to own a piece of San Francisco’s past and future.
- 2 units
- 1 legal non conforming cottage
- Year built, 1873 (estimated)
- 692 and 692B Vacant
- 66′ wide x 100′ lot (6600sqft total)
- Front, back, side yards
- Wood floors
- Spectacular downtown views
- AAA Potrero Hill location
- Fenced Front Yard
- Keypad Entry
- Washer & Dryer
Open House: Saturday & Sunday 12-2pm
Private showings available upon request with listing agent
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