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Open House Report: Homes for the Hip and Prosperous

So what are you doing after brunch tomorrow? We've got a trio of open houses within walking distance of 18th and Dolores in what has become one of the most walkable neighborhoods in town. All three units have garages if you need a place to store your car, and all three are open Sunday July 25 from 2 to 4.


The very last unit at Nove, the Handel-designed infill project of flats on Guerrero Street with three townhouse condos on Ames Street. Where The Palm Broker and Flora Grubb once were, and before them, a church that was torched by the anti-gays. The middle townhouse unit, 151 Ames Street has been reduced to $1.425M, down $150K. Sweet neighborhood between Noe Valley and the Mission. Included is the most beautiful garage in the Mission with a floor-to-ceiling window and tangerine epoxy floors.


Seriously in the heart of it is 77 Oakwood Street between 18th and 19th Streets, around the corner from the Birites, Tartine, the Delfinas and a few yards from Dolores Park, plus you get to walk to the Castro Theater instead of worrying about where to park. Two duplex condos, the lower gets the garden, the upper gets the roof.$1.695M for the lower, possibly the upper is sold?


For the traditionalist-hipster, there's 789 Dolores a classic Edwardian flat on one of San Francisco's official scenic routes. Top floor, big kitchen. Nice columns, dude.
· 77 Oakwood Street [Redfin]
· 789 Dolores [Redfin]
· 151 Ames Street [Redfin]