1327-1329 6th Avenue

Marla Moresi-Valdes presents:

Exceptional Inner Sunset Duplex


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Ideally located in the Inner-Sunset neighborhood, right between UCSF and Golden Gate Park, this two-story duplex offers an abundance of living space in two vacant full-floor flats with spacious garage below and a large, shared level back garden. Originally constructed in 1924, the two vacant flats include formal dining and living rooms with wood-burning fireplaces over hardwood floors, and retain the historic character of the era, such as original gumwood trim, double-hung windows, and cove ceilings. With 1,358 square feet of urban living space on the top floor flat, including three-bedrooms and one-bath, and 1,182 square feet on the lower unit, including two-bedrooms and one-bath, this property offers a fantastic opportunity for either an owner-occupant with additional income, two partners interested in a fast-track condo conversion, or a wonderful investment property in a prime location!

1327 Sixth Avenue (Upper-Level Full Floor Flat)

 Enter the top floor flat up a set of newly refurbished hardwood stairs with original Gumwood bannister and detail to arrive at the upper three-bedroom, one-bathroom full-floor flat. Step into an entrance hall to find an expansive walk-in closet to the left, vintage telephone wall nook, and decorative wooden trim. From the entrance hall to the left is the first bedroom with windows overlooking the street, additional closet, and hardwood floors. To the right is a formal living room with original wood-burning fireplace with large vintage brick surround, and charming double-hung vintage windows over the streetscape and hillside. A set of French doors leads to a formal dining room featuring cove ceiling and another set of French doors to the hallway.

The dining room opens to a sunny eat-in kitchen, with vintage cabinets/shelves, stainless appliances including gas-range/oven, and a built-in kitchen table and banquet nook. The kitchen extends to a porch annex, with stainless refrigerator, original built-in ironing-board, and access to stairs to the garden below.

Opposite the kitchen find a full bathroom with hexagon tile flooring, original built-ins, and tub over shower. Past the bathroom is bedroom number two, complete with closet and a window overlooking back garden. A third bedroom is found in the rear northwest corner of building, adjacent the kitchen porch, featuring a double closet behind French doors and a sweet set of western-facing double-hung windows looking onto the rear garden.

1329 Sixth Avenue (Lower-Level Full Floor Flat)

Access the bottom floor unit through an exterior staircase. 1329 is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom full floor flat with 1,182 square feet of living space, offering an identical layout as the upper unit, minus the bedroom overlooking the street. Here the gumwood has been painted out white, and the formal living room has four quintessential arched bay windows facing the street side of building.

Street Level Garage and Common Areas:

Head outside either unit via a rear stairwell to access a deep shared back yard with space for lawn and garden. The yard is adjacent an expansive garage with room for three cars to park, as well as coin-operated laundry facilities and plenty of options for storage.

The rear of this level also includes an unwarranted garden studio (potential ADU) with full bathroom and kitchenette accessed through a tradesman entrance at the street level. This property is well-situated two blocks from Golden Gate Park, just around the corner from the bustling shops on the Irving commercial corridor, and within three blocks of UCSF!

Additional Highlights:

  • Both full floor flats delivered vacant
  • Both flats maintain 1920’s architectural details: double-hung bay windows, cove ceilings in formal rooms, French doors, trim and molding details intact
  • Upper flat - newly painted throughout
  • Upper flat - newly refurbished hardwood floors throughout
  • Upper flat – sparkling gumwood trim
  • Expansive garage with 3-car parking with coin operated laundry facilities
  • Bonus studio at garage level


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Open Houses:
Saturday January 15th and Sunday January 16th (2-4pm).

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday January 18th (1:30-3:00pm).

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Marla Moresi-Valdes
(415) 971-2535
[email protected]

Marla Moresi-Valdes

Sotheby's International Realty

Broker Associate/Top Producer

DRE# 01320998

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The dynamic Inner Sunset neighborhood is a hop and a skip from Golden Gate Park, Cole Valley, UCSF, and The Haight. This area is a tremendous draw for young urban professionals and families. Homes in the Inner Sunset include multi-unit buildings, single-family homes, and contemporary condominiums.
Foodies flock to Cole Street’s restaurants and cafés for relaxing evenings and weekend. Extraordinary food, a top-rated comedy club, and so much more, imbue the Inner Sunset with the best kind of urban bustle. The Haight, a culturally historic grouping of streets, keeps its 1960’s history alive with colorful street performers, and superb eateries lining its quaint blocks.
Golden Gate Park, which borders the Inner Sunset to the North, is one of the world’s great city parks. It offers copious hiking and walking paths, world-class museums, fantastic bicycling, and lovely gardens. For additional nature walks, UCSF’s Mount Sutro Open Space Preserve has a few delightful forest strolls past native trees and serene grasses. For views, the smaller Grand View Park shows off distant 360 degree expanses, including downtown San Francisco, Golden Gate Park, and Pacific Ocean views. 
Also at your fingertips is the nationally acclaimed Garden for the Environment. This one-acre urban demonstration garden provides locals with environmental education programs on diverse subjects including sustainable food systems, organic gardening, and urban composting.
Edwardian era homes line the delightful, quiet streets of the Inner Sunset. Period details include polished hardwood floors, picture rail moldings, and superbly crafted wainscoting. Many boast wood burning fireplaces, formal living and dining rooms, large yards with decks, and essential parking garages.  Convenient commuting via Muni make for easy trips to downtown San Francisco.