San Francisco, CA, March 22, 2016 – The home at 1144 Capp Street is a unique sleek blend of traditional and emerging individuality in one of San Francisco’s up-and-coming communities. Located at the convergence of three neighborhoods (Noe Valley, Mission and Bernal Heights), the New Capp offers the best of all worlds.
Zoned NC3, 1144 Capp Street is a spacious property that spans the width of the block and features two street entrances. One is on Capp Street and the other is on 26th Street. Both have distinctive features and benefits for entering the amazing living space.
Inside, the large open downstairs has been designated by the City as garage/storage space, although the current owners use it as part of their living space. The upstairs quarters are traditional in style with updated plumbing and electrical systems, and much care was given to maintaining this vintage ambience.
Many of the walls and flooring are made of concrete, tinted and sealed in varying shades to retain the natural appearance. The exterior steel doors at the Capp Street entrance pair seamlessly with the adjacent industrial windows. The 26th Street entrance has architectural relief figures inspired by industrial gears. Both front and back doors are French and Dutch in style, allowing the top portion to open independently. Numerous expansive windows and skylights provide an abundance of light throughout the day. A large outdoor space with creative lighting expands the living space to include the outdoors. The owners have carefully and thoughtfully utilized local artisans in the renovations to create a peaceful yet dramatic home.
The upstairs is bright and full of delightful amenities such as a designer bedroom closet and built-in bookcases. The triangular kitchen has open shelving, and the recently-renovated Wedgewood stove is now classically functional. The living room has swiveling shelves with storage behind and a bookcase in front. The two bedrooms and living room have nest-controlled overhead heating panels.
An extensive video tour and detailed list of features are available at the property’s website, www.1144Capp.com.
The WalkScore at 1144 Capp is an excellent 98, with shopping dining, parks, museums, transportation and entertainment all close at hand. The sense of community is strong here, and neighbors take pride in the neighborhood.
“This is truly a distinctive place, and the potential for maximizing its function is great,” commented Jennifer Burden. “It’s a property that must be seen.”
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