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Welcome to 235 Roosevelt Way.

This enchanting Corona Heights hideaway is one of only two units in a handsome 1930's building that backs up to Corona Heights Park.

Tall windows in the living room and casement windows in the dining room offer glorious views of the city, both by day and by night.

Abundant period detailing, including hardwood floors & a wood-burning fireplace, together with recent updates to the kitchen and bathroom, make this the place to which you will love to come home.

A walk-out deck/stair landing & shared landscaped garden make for easy indoor-outdoor living in one of San Francisco's most coveted locations.

Two-car independent parking includes one garage space & a second space just in front. Shared laundry appliances which belong to the HOA are located in the garage & each unit has an exclusive-use storage area in the basement.

Convenient to Castro, Cole Valley, Duboce Triangle and Haight Ashbury shopping and dining, three of the city's most beautiful parks -- Corona Heights, Buena Vista and Duboce -- public transport and tech shuttles.

A magical and very special property. Welcome home to a new day at 235 Roosevelt Way.

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Open Houses:
Saturday, September 17, 2:00 to 4:00 pm

Sunday, September 18, 2:00 to 4:00 pm

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, September 20, 12:30 to 2:00 pm

Brokers Tour:
Thursday, September 22 @ 12:00 noon

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235 Roosevelt Way

Just south of Buena Vista Park and west of the Duboce Triangle is the small affluent neighborhood of Corona Heights. Many streets are narrow, steep, quiet and quaint while 17th Street and Market Street come alive with traffic and commerce. 
The architecture runs the gamut from fine Victorians to modern masterpieces. The Randall Museum, located on Museum Way, focuses on arts, crafts, sciences and natural history geared toward children. It has been home for the Golden Gate Model Rail Road Club since 1961. The nearby neighborhoods of the Castro, Haight Ashbury and Cole Valley offer great shopping and dining opportunities, and public transportation is excellent.