39 Skyview Way
- 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Western-facing views
- Repainted Interiors pre-sale
- Refinished Hardwood Floors pre-sale
- Rear yard
- Full-size unfinished Basement/Garage level
- Garage with ample storage and parking
- 1339 sqft per graphic artist
- 3367 sqft lot per tax records
- 1956 Year Built
This Mid-Century home is nestled in Midtown terrace on a preferred block in a quiet location. Ideal for entertaining, the open floorplan west facing living/dining room features a wood burning fireplace with vintage paneling surround and a wall of windows capturing beautiful ocean and hillside views.
Fully detached, this three-bedroom, two-bath home features refinished hardwood floors, a bright spacious kitchen, a huge basement with laundry, one-car parking and direct access to a sunny rear yard. A tranquil setting from the hustle and bustle of urban living with convenient access to enjoy Twin Peaks, Mollie Stones, West Portal, and 9th and Irving shopping and transportation, all nearby - 39 Skyview Way is a place to call home!
Midtown Terrace is perched in the center of San Francisco on the western slope of Twin Peaks. It was founded in 1957 and designed as a planned community, and its homes are separate and detached. It's a quiet neighborhood, almost suburban, but is in the heart of the City. The neighborhood is rather large and boasts several homes with the highest elevations around. The street names tell the story: Cityview, Clairview, Dawnview, Farview, Longview and Marview. Additional features are the famous Twin Peaks, of course, Midtown Terrace Playground, and several noteworthy restaurants and retail shops nearby. The area south of Dewey Boulevard is known as Laguna Honda or Forest Hill Extension. The extension is another section of Forest Hill, except with smaller homes and more moderate pricing. The name Laguna Honda means "Deep Lagoon" in the Spanish language, presumably referring to the Laguna Honda Reservoir, at the intersection of Laguna Honda Boulevard and Clarendon Avenue.