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Diamond Heights Mid-Century Home
Mid-Century Diamond Heights home featuring three bedrooms, two and a half baths, ample indoor/outdoor living, and a two-car garage. Clean lines and an ideal floor plan, the main level offers a living room with soaring ceilings and a fireplace, opening up to a spacious deck which leads to the level yard. The deck also provides access to the modern, light-filled dining room extending to a front South-facing patio. An eat-in kitchen and half bath complete the main level. Upstairs, the bedroom level hosts a primary bedroom with ensuite bath, two additional bedrooms, and a large guest bath. This classic Mid-Century floor plan is perfectly built for entertaining and everyday life alike. Accompanying a two-car side-by-side garage are two usable storage rooms, great for an exercise room or studio. Diamond Heights offers quick access to Glen Canyon Park, Diamond Heights Shopping Center, and Noe Valley.
Towering above Noe Valley on the north and Glen Canyon to the south, the neighborhood of Diamond Heights offers some of the best views in the city. Developed in the 1960s, this is a quiet, peaceful residential district tucked along the streets that wind beneath eucalyptus. Charming, tree canopied stairway walks connect the streets, and provide steep short cuts and breathtaking views. Harry Stairway, just south of Beacon leads up Billy Goat Hill, a local pocket park that provides stunning vistas. The neighborhood has the laid back feel of a suburb within the city limits. Comprised of single-family homes, stucco bungalows, and mid-century modern dwellings including approximately 100 prized Eichlers built on seven distinct floor plans, Diamond Heights is called an undiscovered gem by its residents. Noe Valley is a 15-minute walk, and downtown San Francisco a short 10 minute drive. Shopping is confined to a small, but comprehensive retail center on Diamond Heights Blvd and a retail district on Portola between Diamond Heights and O'Shaughnessy Blvd.