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5440 Anza Street

San Francisco, CA 94121

$2,398,000

  • Single-Family Homes
  • Closed
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2,828 SqFt
  • MLS# 485759

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Stunning, high end, 3 story single family home extensively renovated from the studs with brand new vertical and horizontal expansion. This fully detached, modern home has been meticulously designed to embody the latest technology with the finest craftsmanship and designer features throughout. Pull up into the private driveway and enter into this luxurious 5BA/4BA urban oasis. The exquisite layout features ample entertaining and living space complete with a beautifully landscaped backyard. The main floor features a gourmet chef's kitchen with Thermador appliances. Living room features a modern floor-to-ceiling fireplace with a balcony. The family room leads to the deck with access to the rear garden. The top floor features the luxurious master suite with a generous glass-enclosed Jacuzzi bath, walk-in closet, and a private balcony to enjoy the spectacular ocean sunsets. The lower level consists of an entertaining area and direct access to the garden for effortless entertaining.

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46th Ave

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San Francisco

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About Outer Richmond

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The Outer Richmond was a popular recreation destination during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Back then street cars, steam trains and/or toll roads were necessary when traveling there. While the trek has become much easier since those days, city visitors still flock to Ocean Beach and Land’s End Park. Yet it’s the fulltime Outer Richmond residents that reap the rewards of year-long recreation and entertainment—all of which is just walking distance from their doorsteps.

Formerly known to locals as the “Outside Lands” of San Francisco, the region was once occupied by acres of sand dunes. In 1866, much of the land was annexed by the City of San Francisco and set aside to establish what is now Golden Gate Park. The southern boundary of the Outer Richmond District is marked by this treasured 1000+ acre venue. Today the Outer Richmond is a desirable residential community, far from the cemeteries, farms, roadhouses, saloons and amusement parks which comprised its past. Eventually, as the sand blew away, neighborhood grids, gardens and quaint homes took root in its place.  

The Outer Richmond offers a friendly and diverse population, architectural character, easy access to public transportation, and several recreational hubs. Resting near the Pacific Coast, a cool breeze of fresh air flows steadily throughout the neighborhood. Nearby Baker and China Beaches are great for sunbathing, picnicking and even outdoor yoga. Unlike its Inner Richmond counterpart, parking within the shopping and dining scene of the Outer Richmond is pretty easy to come by.

Over the years waves of immigration have stirred up a unique combination of ethnicities and cultures within the area. Soak up the Mexican, Russian, French, Italian and Asian influences while strolling along Geary Boulevard. This regularly-congested street becomes noticeably calm as you make your way past 25th Avenue.

Submerge yourself in the local environment and checkout the historic WPA Murals located at Beach Chalet, Camera Obscura's picturesque viewpoints, and the renowned Cliff House— a scenic favorite. Whether you’re visiting, a new resident or longtime local, a trip to the Sutro Baths Ruins is a must when in the Outer Richmond. The Sutro Baths were opened by the late Adolph Sutro, San Francisco’s 24th Mayor, on March 14, 1896. With seven different bath options, it was the world’s largest indoor swimming establishment. An unexpected fire destroyed the baths completely in 1966 while the location underwent its scheduled demolition. However, this historically-rich site and story still remains a prized landmark of the Outer Richmond.

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