751 Goettingen Street
Not often does a home like 751 Goettingen come on the market. With a thoughtful and timeless renovation coupled with jaw-dropping views of the Downtown skyline and blue waters of the Bay, this stunning home embodies the ultimate in San Francisco living. Not to be taken for granted, these views have a life of their own, changing dramatically throughout the day and evening, season by season, providing a beautiful backdrop to an already gorgeous home. On the main level is an open floor plan, with the kitchen, living and dining areas oriented to capture the views framed by the eastern-facing windows. The massive walk-out deck off of the kitchen provides a fantastic extension of the living space. Completing this level are two spacious bedrooms and remodeled full bath. The master suite resides on the lower level, a peaceful retreat at the end of the day, with dual windows overlooking the City. This level includes another remodeled full bath, laundry, abundant closet space and direct access to a second deck, which leads to the beautifully-landscaped garden. Highlights of this home include a one-car garage, gorgeous floors, recessed lighting and a wonderful cul-de-sac location in the Portola neighborhood, also known as San Francisco’s Garden District. Portola residents enjoy a delightful variety of eateries and cafes along San Bruno Avenue, easy access to transportation and freeways, and the City’s second-largest park, John McLaren Park.
- Breathtaking Downtown and Bay Views
- Stunning Renovation
- Three Bedrooms including an En-Suite Master Bedroom
- Two Full Baths
- Massive Walk-Out View Deck off Kitchen
- Gorgeous White Oak Wood Floors
- Recessed Lighting
- Abundant Closet Space
- One-Car Garage
- Deep Garden with Beautiful Landscaping
- 1,450 sqft, per Draftsman
- Built in 1951, Renovated in 2019
The Portola neighborhood, also known as the Garden District of San Francisco, was named for Don Gaspar de Portola - an explorer in 1769 who was charged with finding Monterey Bay. He overshot his target and stumbled upon the San Francisco Bay instead. In the early 1900s, the Portola area was mostly agricultural with cattle grazing on the hills, and produce and flower gardens near what is now the 101 freeway. Today, the Portola neighborhood is approximately one square mile in size with a high percentage of owner-occupied single-family homes. Residents can be found strolling through McLaren Park or shopping along San Bruno Avenue - home to a variety of eateries, markets, bakeries, and cafes.