A recently remodeled 2-bed, 1-bath home in Portola has just hit the market with an asking price of $595,000. Now that we've got that out of the way, how about those retaining walls, eh? Perhaps the abundance of rows is in response to San Francisco's recent lift of restricting local food growers? We get that retaining walls are often the most effective way to deal with a sloped lot, but still! These look so intense without any foliage planted.
· 361 Sweeney [Redfin]
· Restrictions On Local Food Growers Lifted, SF Now "on the cutting edge of the urban agriculture movement" [SF Appeal]