Large home in the heart of the Marina district, 1 block from the Marina Green.
|Sq ft (approx)
|| 341 Avila St.
San Francisco CA 94123
||5 plus 2 offices and sun room
||Private deck and backyard
This 3-level home features gorgeous wood floors, 2 fireplaces and a landscaped backyard. Enjoy a convenient location just 1 block south of the Marina Green and a short walk to all the shops, restaurants and entertainment on Fillmore and Chestnut streets.
- Open living/dining area with wood-burning fireplace
- Kitchen includes maple cabinets, Corian counters, gas oven/range, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave
- Top floor master suite includes bedroom, office, sun room and bathroom
- Second bedroom features deck with spiral staircase to backyard
- 3 additional bedrooms: 2 on middle level, 1 on lower level
- 3 full bathrooms, 1 on each level
- Family room with wood-burning fireplace, custom shelving and French doors to backyard
- Second office off family room with partial enclosures
- Hardwood floors throughout living areas and bedrooms, tile in bathrooms
- Landscaped backyard with patio and mature fruit trees
- Laundry room with washer/dryer and storage space
- 1-car garage
- 1 block to Marina Green
- Easy walk to Union, Lombard, Chestnut streets for plenty of restaurants, shopping and entertainment
The Marina District of San Francisco shines with the bright colors of Mediterranean-style homes, stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge from the Marina Green, and the youthful, affluent faces of its inhabitants.
Much of the Marina District real estate, which consists of 1920-style flats and apartments, were constructed after the area was built up for the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition. The most prestigious artifact of the event is the Palace of Fine Arts, designed by Bernard Maybeck, and now home to The Exploratorium.
The centerpiece of this neighborhood is Chestnut Street, dense with shops, restaurants and entertainment. Unique eateries abound like Bistro Aix, Ace Wasabi, Greens, The Tipsy Pig, Circa, Ristobar, The Plant Cafe and the critically acclaimed A16.
Unlike parking, shopping is plentiful. Check out Books Inc, Rabat Shoes, Pottery Barn, City Optix for eyeglasses, BeneFit for cosmetics, Giggle for babies, and Lucca Deli for classic Italian food.
If you’re in the mood for a coffee, consider the Coffee Roastery or Chestnut Bakery. If you’re ready to work out, try Crunch or 24 Hour Fitness. Or if you’d like to see a movie, stop by the Presidio Theater or Marina Theater.
Nightlife is plentiful with quintessential Marina bars. Have a drink and meet someone at Delaney’s, The Horseshoe Tavern or La Barca. If that doesn’t work, stroll through the Marina Safeway (AKA “dateway”); it inspired Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City.
Whatever your thoughts on the Marina District, it certainly has it all.
For more information contact Jeanne Zimmermann: email@example.com or 415.901.2779