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Charming Four-Unit Inner Mission Edwardian
61 Capp Street
San Francisco, CA
Offered at $1,650,000
Four unit building
Inner Mission District
Each residence features a large studio with separate dining room, and one bathroom
Separately metered units
ADU potential at rear of lot
2 Car garage on the ground floor
Total building living space 4,525 sq. ft. per tax record
photos of unit no.3
61 Capp Street
61 Capp St. is a four-unit building in the Mission District that will be delivered vacant. This unique opportunity provides the new owner with the flexibility to finish the units and select tenants to their own satisfaction. The property also offers TIC potential for the savvy developer. These four large studio+ apartments with separate dining rooms have wood floors, built-in cabinets, and receive great natural light. There is a large garage that can fit two cars in tandem or one car plus lots of storage space.
On the rear of the lot is a separate structure which may offer potential to add an ADU. The units are separately metered for gas and electricity. This is an excellent opportunity for both first-time and seasoned investors to buy at a low price point in one of the city's hottest rental locations.
Buyer to do their own due diligence on square footage.
Mission District Neighborhood
The Inner Mission is one of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods. Homes in the neighborhood include grand, century-old houses, smaller Victorian cottages, and new condo developments that have sprung up in the past couple of years. Stroll along Valencia Street any evening, and you'll experience an urban planner's dream: thousands of young residents out for a bite to eat, a standing-room only crowd, getting off their bikes at the many parklets lined along the streets, or checking out the latest art installation after visiting the local beer garden.
Over the past 20 years a new group of young, ambitious, often working in the tech-related industry and settling in one of Mission’s plentiful new condominium and apartment complexes. They mingle with the Mission’s hip and creative crowd, artists and musicians, to create a neighborhood where hole-in-the-wall restaurants are as much in demand as en elevated dining experience. Wedged between Mission Dolores and Potrero Hill, this sunny neighborhood is where techies, artists, hipsters, and diverse cultures all peacefully coexist.