95 Anzavista Avenue
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The view grabs your attention first, but the practical elements may be even better. Built in 1955, this mid-century home's open floor plan showcases a wall of windows in the open living and dining room which frame expansive south city views, capturing Buena Vista Park, Bernal Heights, and the Bay. A remodeled kitchen with breakfast nook and a walk-out view deck lies adjacent to the living area, and three bedrooms and two baths - including an en-suite master - complete this level. Downstairs, you'll find a large entertainment room that could double as a fourth bedroom and includes a third full bath and view deck. The house also boasts a massive two-car garage, offering even more room to expand.
The Anza Vista neighborhood is a secret to those who don’t know the city well. Some might compare it to a suburban enclave, except that it sits in the heart of the city with a 93 "Walkscore," with the Divisadero Corridor, Trader Joe's, Target and an array of shops, parks and eateries nearby.
Anza Vista sits atop a hill near the University of San Francisco. This highly sought-after neighborhood is a centrally located quiet enclave with spectacular downtown and Bay views. Most houses are in the mid-century style and include wide lots and two-car garages. Anza Vista has easy access to public transit and several commercial districts, including Laurel Village, the Divisadero Corridor, and the Fillmore. Many parks are less than a ten-minute walk, including Alamo Square, the Golden Gate Park Panhandle, Laurel Hill, and Rossi Park.