3 Beds | 3 Baths | 1,958 Square Feet
Stately & Elegant Edwardian Home
There are a few blocks in San Francisco that just have that certain something… a caché… architectural splendor… tree-lined. It’s hard to know exactly what the exact elements are that come together to give a street that particular quality. But it’s hard to find a home on one of these blocks; the owners rarely move. The one thing we can all agree on is that Caselli Avenue is absolutely one of those blocks.
91 Caselli is an elegant and spacious Edwardian with many of the original details still intact. It has been beautifully and tastefully renovated without compromising the architectural integrity readily found in this gorgeous home.
The living room is entirely spacious and well-appointed with a fireplace and a bay of windows. The large dining room at the rear of the home faces the private deck and garden. The updated kitchen has chef-grade appliances and also opens out to the double decked garden. A full bath completes this ideal floor for entertaining.
Ascend, via the gracious staircase, to the 2nd floor and bedroom level. The spacious primary bedroom is en-suite with a glamorously updated full bath with double sinks, a bath and a spa-like shower. A large deck off of the primary suite is perfect for basking in the southern exposure. The two other bedrooms on this level are large and share the updated 2nd full bath with double sinks and an enclosed shower.
Adding the ultimate in utility and potential, 91 Caselli has a very accessible basement level. There are windows at the front providing ample light and ceilings that are over 7 feet tall. This unfinished space has the potential to be utilized in a variety of ways (office space, fitness room, expansion potential or just an incredible amount of storage).
A 2-car spacious garage is at the rear of the property and accessed via Thorp Lane.
The location on Caselli Avenue means that you are moments from the heart of it all but situated just enough away to give a sense of serenity. This beautifully updated home on a rarified block constitutes a truly special place to put down your San Francisco roots.