118 Museum Way, San Francisco



118 Museum Way, San Francisco




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118 Museum Way, San Francisco, CA 94114









2.5 baths


118 Museum Way is a stunning remodeled three bedroom, two and a half bath townhome on a serene cul-de-sac in Corona Heights. Detached on three sides and sharing no walls above or below, 118 Museum lives like a light, open single family home and boasts abundant views from almost every angle.  Presenting extra tall ceilings, lots of natural light, and many modern upgrades, this offering is not to be missed!

The top level of this home includes a spacious, newly remodeled chef’s kitchen overlooking Corona Heights Park. The substantial dining room with vaulted ceilings also includes a half bath and stairs leading to the roof deck with unparalleled views of Eureka Valley. A few steps down is the generously scaled living room with numerous windows that frame the uninterrupted views, showcasing the iconic Sutro Tower.

The entry level of the home includes access to the sizable attached one car garage, beautifully remodeled front door entry, and a guest bedroom with access to the lower level deck. Just below is the second bedroom and full bathroom. On the lower level is the master suite - a private oasis with a newly remodeled bathroom, roomy walk-in closet, and sunny bedroom.

118 Museum is a bright, modern townhome in a sought after location - the hidden gem of San Francisco! Located near the center of the city, this townhome is all about proximity to dynamic urban centers and easy commutes. Stroll to Haight, Cole Valley, the Castro, and Divisadero for incredible restaurants, boutique stores, and community events. Also nearby are plenty of parks - Corona Heights Park is just across the street and boasts 15 acres of grassy fields, tennis courts,  a playground, a dog park, a rock climbing wall, and the Randall Museum! Buena Vista Park and Saturn Street Steps Park are both close by as well.

Even San Francisco’s wild parrots occasionally stop in Corona Height’s hill side trees. The neighborhood’s lush trees and plant life supply the nectar that attracts these beautiful birds to this most special of neighborhoods.