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Gorgeous Modern NOPA Victorian Facing The Panhandle

1732 Fell Street
Sold at $1,540,000
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  • ​3 Bedrooms

  • 1.5 Bathrooms

  • 1 Car Parking

  • Approx sq ft: 1,574

  • HOA Dues - $396.40 per month

  • Year built 1905

  • 3 units in building

  • Classic Victorian design

  • 1 designated parking spot in garage on site w/ automatic door and interior access.

  • Two decorative fireplaces

  • Facing the Panhandle

  • 97 Walk Score®

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1732 Fell Street

1732 Fell Street is a gorgeous, modern Victorian condo located in the trendy NOPA (North of the Panhandle) neighborhood. The distinctive architecture and style represent what make San Francisco such a unique city all the while taking you back to the Victorian Era. The property runs parallel to the vast and delightful park known as The Panhandle. There are three bedrooms and one and one half bathrooms as well as intact period detail including: wainscoting, box beam ceilings, and cove ceilings. The interior features two decorative fireplaces, a built-in China cabinet, in-unit laundry, hardwood floors, and a double parlor.


Opening to the formal dining room, the beautifully remodeled kitchen features Caesarstone countertops, a Thermador range/oven, Zephyr Hood, Thermador Dishwasher, and a Bosch Dishwasher. The shelving unit in the pantry is constructed of reclaimed wood and copper piping. In the main bathroom, the shower is layered with Heath ceramic tiles. 


Additionally, there is one car parking, generous storage space and a beautiful common English garden. The unforgettable design and outstanding location make this an incredible opportunity to live in one the most historic districts in San Francisco.

North of the Panhandle (NOPA) Neighborhood

North of the Panhandle, commonly known as "NOPA," is one of the most fashionable and desirable neighborhoods in San Francisco. The former land of sand dunes and marshes when settlers first arrived to San Francisco, NOPA is now as fashionable as it is lively. The neighborhood has transitioned from a working-class area during the Great Depression to what it is today as a vibrant location with spectacular real estate opportunities.


The district's proximity to local businesses and restaurants is a major appeal. Nestled in between the Fillmore District and Golden Gate Park, it is just a short distance to Divisadero Street, a popular destination for all aspects of life. The area is also home to The Panhandle, a sweeping and gorgeous park abound with runners, bikers, dog walkers, and everyone in between. 

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