Introducing 1455 Irving Street and 1314 16th Avenue now available.

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Real Management Company is proud to present a rarely available investment opportunity located in the Inner Sunset district of San Francisco. A vacant lot at the corner of Irving Street and 16th Avenue AND a single-family residence next door are offered for sale together or separately. 

The lot and home are located very close to several prominent San Francisco landmarks including Golden Gate Park, which features the Academy of Sciences, Botanical Garden, Japanese Tea Garden and de Young Museum. The nearby UCSF Medical Center at Parnassus continues to attract top-notch students and professionals who desire housing in the immediate area. The diverse population of the Inner Sunset contributes to the thriving international culinary scene that residents rave about. Public transportation to and from the neighborhood is easy with the N Judah streetcar, which runs from the beach to downtown. Explore the unique charm and character of the Inner Sunset. 

1455 Irving Street

Welcome to 1455 Irving Street, a vacant corner lot made up of two adjoining parcels located on a flourishing commercial corridor of the Inner Sunset.  Development possibilities abound in this highly desirable area. The buyer is
strongly encouraged to go to the City of San Francisco’s Planning Department in person to investigate possible land uses and restrictions, and to confirm the property line. Neither the seller nor the sellers’ agent guarantee any uses on the vacant lots. 

For zoning, height restrictions and other pertinent information according to the City of San Francisco Planning Department, please visit the following website and enter address at:

Price: $1,795,000

Parcels: APNs 1770-051 & 1770-052

Lots Square Footage: 4,767 (2,497 + 2,270) 

Price Per SF: $376

Zoning: NCD

Height Limit: 40-X     

1314 16th Avenue

Welcome to 1314 16th Avenue, a spacious four-bedroom Inner Sunset home near popular shops of Irving Street and one block from Golden Gate Park. This spacious home boasts charming period details throughout, beautiful refinished hardwood floors, newly painted interior, a wood-burning fireplace, and large backyard ready for a landscaper’s touch. 

Features include a bright living room, large dining room with box beam ceiling, full bathroom on top floor with quarter bathroom on main floor, full floor basement with one-car garage and plenty of room for laundry and storage, and a fire sprinkler system throughout home. Enjoy a stroll to the terrific restaurants around the corner or hop on a bike to the park or beach. Walk score 92 with easy access to Muni lines and tech shuttles.

Price: $1,295,000

Built: 1908

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 1.25

Parcel: APN 1770-053

Interior Square Footage: 2,150 

Lots Square Footage: 2,510  

Price Per SF Interior: $602        

Zoning: RM-1 

Height Limit: 40-X    

Inner Sunset Description

The Sunset and Parkside Districts were once known as the “great sand waste” for the sand dunes that covered the region.  By the 1850s steam shovels were introduced by real estate developers to move the dunes and begin forming the level streets we know there today. Located on the west side of San Francisco, between Golden Gate Park and Stern Grove, the area has long been home to an ethnically and economically diverse population. Today the Sunset is an integral part of the fabric of San Francisco. The area has several high quality primary and high schools, and young children are as common as UCSF grad students.

The Sunset is divided into three regions: Inner, Central and Outer. The
Outer Sunset boasts stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Recreational
activities in the area include hang gliding at Fort Funston, surfing, fishing, and biking. There are numerous attractions in Golden Gate Park, including an American Bison paddock, flying disc golf course, Conservatory of Flowers, the oldest children’s playground west of the Mississippi River, and a 9-hole golf course. Daily life is filled with visits to terrific restaurants and bakeries from around the world. Sunday’s Inner Sunset Farmers’ Market is a very popular
destination and is a mere seven blocks from the subject properties. And don’t forget visits to Ocean Beach to the west and San Francisco Zoo to the south. 

Sunset Neighborhood Tour