Endless Possibilities!

763-765 Cole Street
SOLD $2,100,000

•2 Units + In-law
•±3,192 Sq. Ft.

•2 Car Garage

•RH3 Zoning


Second Floor Unit

3Bed + Attic


First Floor Unit

3 Bed

1.5 Bath

Garden Floor In-law Unit

2 Bed + Den


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Walker’s Paradise

Daily errands do not require a car.

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Excellent Transit

Transit is convenient for most trips.

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Very Bikeable

763-765 Cole Street

Endless Possibilities!

Fantastic two-unit + in-law Victorian building is available on one of the Best Blocks in Cole Valley. The second-floor unit features three bedrooms and one bathroom and an attic with development potential. The first-floor unit features three bedrooms and one and one-half bathrooms. Additional garden-level in-law unit features two bedrooms and one bathroom + den. The two-car, attached garage has plenty of storage. RH3 zoning opens up tremendous opportunities for any savvy buyer. Located on a quaint block in a famous neighborhood. Don't miss out on this opportunity! 

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All interior photos are stock photography.
The property is tenant occupied.


About the Cole Valley Neighborhood

With its old-fashioned “Main Street,” lovely cafes and restaurants, and proximity to public transit, Haight Street, and Golden Gate Park, Cole Valley has become a sought-after San Francisco neighborhood.

“Cole Valley’s draw is that it’s quintessential San Francisco,” said Patrick Barber, president of Pacific Union’s San Francisco region. “You’ve got single-family homes and small buildings that really afford a true San Francisco neighborhood charm and feel.”

The sound of Muni’s N-Judah train rattling along Carl Street is a neighborhood fixture – and the train itself makes commuting to downtown via public transit a snap. A number of buses, including the 43 Masonic, 6 Parnassus, and 37 Corbett, also service the neighborhood.

Cole Valley and surrounding residential areas Parnassus Heights and Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights remain popular among University of California at San Francisco employees and students given their proximity to the school’s Parnassus campus and hospital.

Doctors and nurses clad in scrubs are a common sight along Cole Street and at the La Boulange Bakery at Cole and Parnassus Avenue.

Just down the street, French restaurant Zazie is a wildly popular brunch spot, with crowds of hungry diners filling the sidewalk outside on weekends as they wait for tables. Cole Hardware, in the neighborhood since 1920, remains a landmark business and sells a variety of housewares, plants, and painting supplies.

In operation since 1976, Say Cheese offers artisan cheeses, wine, and delicious sandwiches, among other treats. And the Ice Cream Bar, a 1930s-style soda fountain and lunch counter that opened in 2012, delights diners with its homemade floats, malts, and inventive ice cream flavors.

The neighborhood’s hilly areas offer sweeping views of downtown, the University of San Francisco, and Golden Gate Park.

Stunning and secluded, streets such as Edgewood Avenue, Willard Street, and Belmont Avenue lead to beautiful Mount Sutro, a lush, forested reserve with many hiking trails. Last year famed San Francisco author Armistead Maupin sold his Belmont Avenue home for $1.64 million, more than $400,000 above the asking price.

Cole Valley homes for sale include lovely Victorians, classic San Francisco condominiums, and more modern abodes. In February the median price for a condominium in Parnassus/Ashbury Heights was $1.08 million, according to MLS data.

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