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Expansive Eastern Views Atop Twin Peaks

7-Unit Investment Opportunity

797 Corbett Avenue
San Francisco, CA
Offered at $2,695,000
  • 7 Unit Building

  • 7 Stories

  • 5 One-bedroom, one-bathroom units

  • 1 Two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit

  • 1 Studio apartment

  • Panoramic Views 

  • Private Terraces

  • East-facing Downtown and Bay views

  • 3 Parking spaces in garage

  • Built in 1950

  • Wood Flooring

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797 Corbett Avenue

A rare opportunity to acquire 7 units in centrally located Twin Peaks with panoramic views and private terraces.   The units consist of One - 2 bedroom / 1 bath unit,   Five - 1 bedroom / 1 bath apartments, and  One - Studio apartment. The ground-floor level contains 3 dedicated parking spaces in a secure garage. 

Built in 1950, 797 Corbett is a modern 7-unit apartment building with San Francisco flair, located on the sunny side of Twin Peaks with Downtown SF and Bay views.  This exquisite view property is on seven levels which is situated between Corbett and Market Streets. The acclaimed Castro district and Noe Valley district is a 4 minute drive away and offers greater eateries, shopping and access to bustling Market Street.  797 Corbett offers an outstanding opportunity to acquire a unique view property with tremendous long-term upside in one of San Francisco's best neighborhoods. 

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Twin Peaks Neighborhood

The second highest point in San Francisco, Twin Peaks offers the best views of the city. On a foggy night, watching the lights of the city below, and listening to the mournful toll of the fog horns, it’s easy to believe you are standing on the bow of a ship in the middle of the ocean, though you are nearly at the geographic center of San Francisco. 


In between, on the slopes of Twin Peaks, the quiet, curving streets lead to homes offering unobstructed views of the city below. The neighborhood is largely residential, with single-family homes making up the bulk of the available housing. Victorians at the foot of the slopes give rise to midcentury, modern showplace homes toward the top of Twin Peaks.