The latter space, a 1935 Spanish Mediterranean, is nothing short of lovely. From the arched doorways to the parquet hardwood floors, this three-bed, two-bath house is the kind of home many dreamed of owning when they first thought of San Francisco. (That is, well before the idea of home ownership in the city turned into an abysmal pipe dream.)
The yard is particularly noteworthy, boasting fruit trees including apples, pears, lemons, and figs. And doth our eyes deceive us, but is that a water element too? indeed, it is!
Under the tutelage of Jason Chan at Barbagelata Real Estate, it’s asking $995,000.