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Andrew De Vries, MBA Presents

Exceptional Twin Peaks 3BD/3BA Mid-Century View Home on a Double Lot with Room to Grow!

Just Sold for $1,800,000 All Cash in 3 Weeks!

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This stunning 3BD/3BD Twin Peaks Mid-Century Modern View Home, nestled on a quiet street just below the Twin Peaks open space, in an area where single family homes rarely become available, offers the rare combination of incredible period charm, amenities, Bay views, a double lot AND lots of room to grow!

Built new in 1960 - and available for only the 1st time since the 1970s - 29 Hopkins Avenue greets visitors with a spacious formal living room with big Bay views, vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, a stately stone fireplace, and a wrap-around view deck, all ready for entertaining and relaxation. A swanky chef’s kitchen and dining room combination with deck and stairs to the rear yard, a large primary suite at the home’s rear with its own private view balcony, AND a second roomy bedroom with ensuite bath, completes this main living level.

Mod period charm, warm hardwood floors, fresh paint, seemingly more square footage than the tax records show, and lots of configuration options run throughout this iconic home.

Downstairs is a large family room, media room or home office with its own private entrance (permitted as a “rumpus room” in 1964), a 3rd ample bedroom, a big 3rd full bath, PLUS a separate eat-in kitchenette with good cabinet space. In addition to possible guest, entertainment or work space options, the home’s lower-level could make an excellent in-law, au-pair or boomeranger abode for those seeking it (buyers to verify).

A huge two-car “car lovers” garage with 14-foot ceilings and bonus room for hobbies, a workshop, storage and more, PLUS a big backyard ready for gardening, entertainment and play on the 96 ft by 53 ft lot (buyers to verify), completes this rare offering.

Incredible central San Francisco location, walking distance to Twin Peaks and Rooftop Elementary, and just minutes to all the shopping, dining, coffee, schools, parks and more that Eureka Valley, the Castro, Noe Valley, Diamond Heights, West Portal, Cole Valley, the Haight, and the Inner Sunset have to offer.

Come find your Mid-Century Modern Dream Home on Hopkins!

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Contact Andrew De Vries, MBA
(415) 585-5200
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Andrew De Vries

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Franciscan Properties

Listing Broker

DRE# 01368031

415-585-5200 office


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29 Hopkins Avenue, San Francisco

It's all downhill from Twin Peaks. Literally. The second highest point in San Francisco, Twin Peaks offers the best views of the city. On a foggy night, watching the lights of the city far below, and listening to the mournful toll of the fog horns, its easy to believe you are standing on the prow of a ship in the middle of the ocean.

Instead you are nearly at the geographic center of San Francisco. Stroll down one hill and you are in Cole Valley, with access to Golden Gate Park, a tidy retail district of shops and restaurants, the N-Judah and an easy commute downtown or to Ocean Beach. In the other direction, straight down 17th Street, the Castro lies stretched out at the foot of the hill. In between on the slopes of Twin Peaks, the quiet, curving streets lead to homes offering unobstructed views of the city below.

The neighborhood is largely residential, with single-family homes making up the bulk of the available housing. Victorians at the foot of the slopes give rise to mid-century modern showplace homes toward the top of Twin Peaks. Clarendon School, located here, is one of the most sought after public schools in the city.