206-208 Monterey Blvd.
2 BR + 2 BR, 1 BA + 1 BA San Francisco 2-Unit Building for Sale 1,942 Sq. Ft.
Off-MLS: Two Homes on One Lot
Address: 206-208 Monterey Boulevard
City: San Francisco
Bedrooms: 2 BR + 2 BR
Bathrooms: 1 BA + 1 BA
Square Feet: 1,942
Listed At: $1,788,000
These two separate homes are on one lot, situated one behind the other. These 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom gems have been owned by the same family since 1955, always utilized as rental income. The sellers are long-time San Francisco property owners and they wish to hand the baton off to new owners with ease.
206 Monterey Boulevard, “Big Brother,” sits in front on Monterey Boulevard facing south and has a protected tenant. This is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with a wide 1-car garage; we recommend buyers should check any vehicles for fit. The home has a floor plan of 1,142 sq. ft. (per licensed appraiser) with a kitchen and bathroom remodel circe 1940. A stacked washer and dryer offer convenience.
208 Monterey Boulevard, “Lil’ Sis,” sits in the rear and is vacant. Remodeled about 12 years ago, this 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom two-story home has its own colorful garden. Spacious at 800 sq. ft. (per licensed appraiser), it has a kitchen with granite counters, wood cabinetry, and a gas stove; a tiled bathroom; hardwood flooring; a stackable washer and dryer; and an electric water heater.
Built circa 1907 (per tax records), both homes share one water line and a sewer line to the city. This lot is R2 zoned, and interested parties with expansion questions should explore with proper city departments prior to making an offer.
Seated in the Sunnyside District just down the street from the Sunnyside Conservatory, the homes are located near City College; the City College Community Health and Wellness Center; the beloved Sunnyside Playground; Safeway; schools; and parks. You are also close to Glen Park Village offering shopping, gyms, Glen Park BART Station, eateries, a library, grocery stores, and more. Ocean Avenue is a short distance south with the Ingleside Library, Whole Foods, and multiple gyms and merchants. Just down the street can be found Google-like corporate bus pickup and drop-off points. Hike Mount Davidson’s trails, ride your bike downtown, or use the Muni J-Church Line at San Jose Avenue; you are a short ride from the West Portal and Noe Valley neighborhoods. This Sunnyside location has a Walk Score of 79, a Transit Score of 83, a Bike Score of 55, and easy freeway access to 280 and 101.
This is an amazing opportunity to live in one home while gaining income from the other in one of San Francisco’s hottest neighborhoods.