SOLD / 14.9% ABOVE ASKING
Beautiful Bernal Heights View Edwardian
310 Rutledge Street
Sold at $1,090,000
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1,100 Sq. Ft. per tax record
1 Car shared parking in garage
Stainless steel appliances
Remodeled bathroom and kitchen
Views of Downtown SF
Lush shared garden
Washer/Dryer shared in garage
HOA dues: $500.00 monthly
310 Rutledge Street
Beautiful and bright residence in a well-maintained, two-unit Edwardian building. 310 Rutledge Street features an open floor plan, hardwood floors, and French doors that overlook the garden and open to sunny northwest-facing views of Twin Peaks and the surrounding city skyline. The Open floor plan is built for entertaining and compliments the eat-in kitchen, which was recently updated and features built-in shelving, stainless appliances and quartz countertops with a split eat-at bar. Light pours through the east-facing bay windows into the living room, featuring a decorative fireplace and French doors that open to the formal dining area. The tasteful bathroom has been recently remodeled with new finishes and a tub + shower combo and contains views of downtown San Francisco. The residence is complete with 1 car shared parking, a shared washer/dryer and storage in the ground-floor garage.
The property’s outstanding location provides valuable access to nearby greenery and hilltop views at the dog-friendly Bernal Heights Park, and nearby Mullen Peralta Mini Park, and Precita Park and Butterfly Garden. Featuring easy access to the tremendous eateries, nightlife, and the iconic area of the neighboring Mission District, this property is also in convenient proximity to bustling Cortland Avenue full of quirky shops and award-winning restaurants and drinkeries. Located close to bus lines and easy access to 101 & 280.
Bernal Heights Neighborhood
Family-friendly Bernal Heights sits on the site of a former cow pasture and dairy, and its smaller Victorians offer great northern views of the city and sunny weather.
Located just south of the Mission District, the neighborhood includes undeveloped open space Bernal Heights Park, a beloved place for dog walkers. At the foot of Bernal Heights, Precita Park offers a playground and large expanse of mown grass for families with young children to romp around.
The retail center of Bernal Heights can be found along Cortland Street. Small, funky, one-of-a-kind boutiques, bookstores, and gift shops are interspersed with ethnic restaurants that range from French to Nepalese to Salvadoran.
Local transit is provided by numerous Muni bus lines. A BART station at 24th and Mission streets is also within walking distance form some portions of the neighborhood.