Spacious Two-level Victorian NoPa Condo

1716 Fell Street
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  • 4 Bedrooms + Office + Den

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • 2 Deeded Tandem Parking

  • 2,487± sq.ft.

  • Two levels

  • Built in 1922

  • Period Details throughout

  • Rear Deck

  • Double Parlor Off the Kitchen

  • Overlooking the NoPa greenbelt

  • HOA Dues $295/monthly

1716 Fell Street

Welcome to 1716 Fell Street, overlooking the Panhandle in NOPA, this elegant and spacious upper home is a two-level Victorian condo in a 2 unit building.  This home features hardwood floors, high ceilings, and period details. Modern renovations make the kitchen, dining room, and family room ideal for entertaining and day-to-day living.


The eat-in kitchen features granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances, skylight, and a laundry closet. Also, on the main floor is the wonderful formal living room with Panhandle views, office, two bedrooms, a split bathroom.


The top floor features two bedrooms, one of the bedrooms faces the park, separated by open space, ideal for a media area and a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, walk-in shower, and skylights. Two car deeded tandem parking with ample storage in the garage complete this residence.

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About the NoPa Neighborhood

In the center of the city is the eclectic and diverse neighborhood known as North Panhandle (NoPa). Bounded by Masonic Avenue to the west and Stanyan Street to the east, the neighborhood is undergoing a rebirth as newcomers discover a community where culture comes together in this urban mixing bowl.

NoPa is a neighborhood that rewards entrepreneurs with large dreams and low budgets willing to take a gamble on new retail establishments, art galleries, coffee shops, and restaurants. The eclectic energy of the district is most noticeable in the blocks where tattoo parlors and day-care centers do business next to old-school barbershops, while tiny urban parklets provide plants and cafe seating.

The cafes that best capture the improvised, can-do spirit of the community includes Bean Bag Cafe, which sells coffee, crepes, and salads; and Mojo Bicycle Café, a handmade drip-coffee vendor combined with a bike store and repair shop. The best Ethiopian food in the city can be found at Club Waziema. And there's upscale NoPa, serving simple, rustic food in a swanky setting. The neighborhood’s nightlife scene is anchored by The Independent, a club that features a variety of bands. There's the quarterly Divisadero Art Walk celebrating the upstart galleries, and the weekly Divisadero Farmers' Market on Grove Street, offering fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as local cuisine and entertainment. A neighborhood association is actively forming meetings and playgroups for parents of toddlers.

Community Links

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