Offered at $999,000
Spacious Midtown Terrace Home
Gracious, Spacious Midtown Terrace Home
Saturday, November 7, 11:00am – 1:00pm
Sunday, November 8, 2:00pm - 4 pm
Tuesday, November 10, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Thursday, November 12, 5:30pm - 7:00 pm
• 4-Plus Bedrooms/2 Baths
• Extensively remodeled
• Gourmet Kitchen
• Recessed Lighting
• Wood-Burning Fireplace
• Hardwood Floors Throughout
• Double Pane Windows
• One Car Parking
• Ample back patio and yard
• 1,931 Square Feet Per Appraiser
This classic Midtown Terrace home, built in 1957, was substantially remodeled by the current owners. Today, 616 Panorama offers an open-concept floor plan with windows stretching across the front of the home. A remodeled kitchen features ample storage, counter space and top-of-the-line appliances. Additional upgrades include recessed lighting, refinished hardwood floors and new fireplace threshold and surround. Three bedrooms and a remodeled full bath complete the home’s main floor.
From the living room, a gracious stairway leads down to a large master suite. This bedroom enjoys its own bath and direct access to the back patio and yard. Directly opposite this bedroom, an additional unwarranted room has been used in the past as a family room or home office. Improvements to these rooms include more recessed lighting and new hardwood floors throughout. A sparkling laundry room and garage with ample storage complete this level.
Midtown Terrace is a planned development of mid-century homes. Set near the City’s heart on the western slopes of Twin Peaks, the district is known for its closeknit community and beautiful natural settings.
Neighborhood: Midtown Terrace
The area west of Twin Peaks that stretches west to 19th Avenue and Highway 1 is made up of Forest Knolls, Midtown Terrace, Forest Hill and West Portal. This community enjoys cool breezes from the Pacific and spectacular sunsets year round. Though primarily residential, the neighborhood is also the home of Laguna Honda hospital, public long-term care facility. Midtown Terrace Park, Sunset heights and Hawk Hill Park are a few of the outdoors public areas. The West Portal commercial district is a thriving shopping and dining hub considered the area’s centerpiece. The streets have a distinctively small town convenient on the K or the M Muni lines. Take Muni going south to get to San Francisco State University or Stonestown Shopping Center.