Quintessential Home In A Vibrant Village

Exterior view of 233 Judah street, featuring a blue house
Interior view of 233 Judah street
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233 Judah St, San Francisco

$2,205,000

Quintessential San Francisco Edwardian Anchored at the Entrance of the Inner Sunset’s Vibrant Village

Allow yourself to be drawn into a moment in time, a piece of San Francisco history that spans from 1913 and could take you into your future. From the handsome architectural symmetry of the facade to the south-facing garden, this storied home showcases preserved original details, providing a unique opportunity to enjoy as is, or build upon it. Behind the gleaming red front door awaits the true treasures of time, such as original inlaid wood floors, stained glass windows, and vintage light fixtures. 

The main level boasts gracious open yet separate social rooms. Stately columns introduce the living room, beaming with light from its lovely bay window and stained glass, and create an elegance difficult to replicate. Box-beamed ceilings that are just as magnificent frame the formal dining room and give way to a genuinely vintage light fixture and a charming window bench overlooking the garden.

Continue into the kitchen, showcasing a vintage Wedgewood Stove and ovens. The kitchen has extensive space and can be a clean slate to adjust to your liking. It has direct access to the garden and internal access to the expansive garage. There is also a partial bathroom adjacent to the kitchen.  

A pristine and delicately colored original stained glass window highlights the stairway to the upper level. Three bedrooms make up this level, and one full bathroom can be accessed from the main hallway as well as the primary bedroom. The primary bedroom spans the entire front of the house with gorgeous windows and two closets. The second bedroom has a private deck overlooking the backyard retreat and the surrounding gardens up to Sutro Forest. The third spacious bedroom has access through its closet to an undeveloped attic space with a built-in ladder.

The home has lovely Southern exposure and sends light throughout both levels. Benefited by this wonderful light is a deep garden, ideally set with Sutro Forest and the surrounding gardens as the backdrop. This wonderful private retreat is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city living. There is a fire-pit for the cold city evenings, various climbing apparatus for children, and a built-in sandbox. 

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Exterior view of 233 Judah street, featuring a blue house
Interior view of 233 Judah street
A wooden stairway and view of the living room of 223 Judah Street
An arched, white brick fireplace featured in the living room of 223 Judah Street
View of the kitchen, featuring white cabinets
View of the dining room, showing large windows and white chair rail
Living room of 233 Judah street, showcasing five large windows and wood floors
View of the living room with bay window and wood floors
Bedroom of 223 Judah street, featuring a large window and door leading to a deck
View of a second bedroom with wood floors and lots of natural light
Deck of 223 Judah street
Yard of 223 Judah street featuring a fire pit and play area

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Favorite Features

  • Originally built in 1913
  • Three bedrooms on the upper level + one full bathroom
  • Elegant formal dining room with box-beamed ceiling 
  • Large living room with decorative fireplace & built-in cabinets
  • Spacious kitchen with Wedgewood stove and partial bathroom
  • Original period details
  • Direct access to the backyard from the kitchen 
  • Set on a 100ft deep lot with south facing garden
  • Expansion potential at the attic or at the ground level 
  • Backyard features a play area and sandbox 
  • Expansive garage with workspace, storage, and parking
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The Sunset District is located in the west-central part of San Francisco and is bordered by Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach. As the largest neighborhood in the city, locals often refer to the community in subsections: Inner Sunset for the eastern portion of the district and Outer Sunset for the…

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