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Spectacular, Elegant Residence in Jordan Park
184 Palm Avenue
Offered at $2,795,000
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1 Car Parking
Approx. Sq. Ft. = 2,726± per tax records
Year Built: 1915
Remodeled Kitchen and Bathrooms
Large, Open Floor Plan
184 Palm Avenue
Presenting 184 Palm Avenue, a spectacularly elegant property in Jordan Park abounding with natural light. The fully detached single-family residence is uniquely designed with a separate, large formal living room featuring a fireplace and flanked by bookshelves. The formal dining room comes with built-in cabinetry and sophisticated wainscoting. Enjoy a lavish meal overlooking the large, lush backyard in this sunny San Francisco neighborhood.
The all-stainless appliances such as the Viking six-burner stove and Bosch dishwasher encompass what is truly a gourmet kitchen. Counter seating on the granite countertops, and an eat-in area with French sliding doors opening to the walkout backyard only add this luxurious section of the property, creating the ideal indoor/outdoor life.
This coveted, extensive floor plan creates endless potential and speaks to the magnificence of the property’s layout. The top floor features three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The primary bedroom is flush with natural light and beautiful views of the backyard. In addition to the large, walk-in closet, the main bedroom has a bright, primary bathroom with a soaking tub, walk-in shower, dual sinks, and a stunning skylight. The second bedroom suite features a large walk-in closet and bath. The charming third bedroom completes this level.
The lower level of the property features a separate entrance, the fourth bedroom, third full bathroom, laundry room, and internal access from the garage. Taking into consideration the spaciousness, this area of the residence presents the opportunity for a media/family room as well.
184 Palm Avenue’s unique location is just another impeccable feature being just moments away from Laurel Village and the bustling Clement Street with endless shops and restaurants.
Jordan Park/Laurel Heights Neighborhood
Steps away from the open spaces of the Presidio is the Jordan Park/Laurel Heights neighborhood. Large, century-old Edwardians and Victorians mingle with stucco bungalows, apartment buildings, and California modern houses. Jordan Park/Laurel Heights attracts upscale families with young children. Students are served by private schools, including The Laurel School and Live Oak School.
Elegant, and quaint, the boutique shops on Sacramento Street in Laurel Heights may not carry much that you need, but they are certainly stuffed with everything you want. Shops like Sample Angel Outlet serve the chic with stylish fashion. For those who can't make it to the Wine Country for a weekend, Wine Impression provides luxurious gifts. For more mundane needs, Laurel Village Shopping Center includes hardware, drug, and grocery stores. Restaurants, cafes, and specialty bakeries abound in Laurel Heights. Residents can walk to The Corner Store, which serves breakfast, sandwiches, and pasta dishes; SQwers Izakaya & Sushi Bar offers Japanese food and sushi; and The Pig & Whistle, an old-school pub on Geary Boulevard that brings British food and beverages to the neighborhood.