San Francisco's Ingleside Heights neighborhood sits at the southern tip of the city and is one of the most affordable areas in the city's thriving real estate market.
This particular single-family home is a gem that shines bright in this neighborhood. It is filled with classic features and a large backyard plus room to grow.
The home at 119 Victoria Street sits at the very end of the cul-de-sac. The home's approximately 1,087 square feet of living space is above a two-car tandem garage that also has ample storage space and a laundry area. Off-street parking for a total of three cars is a premium feature in urban neighborhoods like this.
The property is steps from a walkway and convenient access to the Balboa BART station and Muni lines. It is also about a mile away from San Francisco State University, making it an ideal off-campus housing option for students, professors, and staff.
City living also means proximity to a plethora of neighborhood cafes and coffee shops, only about a mile away. Shop at Stonestown Galleria Shopping Center and multiple food markets, including Trader Joe’s and Target.
Beyond the university campus is access to the gorgeous coastline and several beaches. Hop on the nearby freeways to venture up and down the coast, onto the peninsula or over the Bay Bridge, and into the East Bay. The San Francisco International Airport is less than a 10-mile drive.
Enter the home’s gated and secure courtyard and relish the private space ideal for a container garden and quiet retreat with access to the garage.
Classic hardwood floors flow throughout the home that is drenched in natural light from large picture windows. The rooms also feature crown molding.
Beyond the foyer is a large living room anchored by a fireplace and front and side-facing picture windows. The spacious dining room also has a front-facing picture window and chandelier. The kitchen is bright with natural light from the skylight and a large window. Tile counters, cabinetry, a stainless refrigerator, and gas range are featured.
Two large bedrooms have double door closets, wood blinds, and views of the backyard. A full bathroom has classic tile wainscot, bathtub, separate stall shower, a skylight, and a decorative tile floor.
Unique for a city property is this home’s expansive and level backyard fully fenced and brimming with possibilities. Create the ultimate outdoor sanctuary with a patio, lawn, and gardens alongside the mature shade tree, or consider the addition of an ADU alongside the gardens with incoming-producing potential.