Presented by Eileen Bermingham
Vacant Noe Valley Duplex
3742-3744 Cesar Chavez is a charming duplex in a convenient Noe Valley location and is perfect for owner occupiers with rental income, TIC partners or investors.
The spacious lower unit at 3742 has three bedrooms, one bath, and large eat-in kitchen with deco-inspired arches that leads to a deck and serene yard with mature trees and bamboo. Interior access to the garage and exclusive-use laundry.
3744 is a bright, two-bedroom, one bath upper unit featuring in-unit laundry and an updated kitchen with built-in dining area and direct access to the large private deck.
Both flats have authentic period details like high ceilings, wood floors, and picture rails combined with modern touches that include recessed lighting and double-pane windows.
The property also offers an excellent opportunity to customize and update with your personal touches.
Garage accommodates two-car tandem parking and has ample storage. This south-facing building is located on a sunny block near Noe Valley and Mission restaurants and retail, BART, Muni rail lines, tech shuttle stops and 101/280 freeways.
3742 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, CA 94110
Noe Valley is a picturesque neighborhood that is located almost directly in the center of San Francisco. Thanks to adjacent Twin Peaks, it is sheltered from the coastal fog and winds that tend to blanket the rest of the city, giving it a unique microclimate that is warmer and sunnier than many other districts.
Noe Valley is also home to the highest concentration of row houses in San Francisco, lending it an overall striking appearance. The neighborhood is lined with classic Victorian and Edwardian residential architecture, along with friendly, high-end retail and hospitality businesses, making the district feel like a small town. The shape of the neighborhood is also a result of the few major thoroughfares that come into the area, keeping the streets free from the usual heavy city traffic.
Unlike most residential neighborhoods, Noe Valley has an exhilarating rhythmic energy. While it has a small-town feel, the neighborhood itself is quite expansive. There are two main commercial strips lined with upscale restaurants and décor boutiques with dozens of kid- and pet-friendly storefronts and cafes. The area is known to have more stroller traffic than automobiles, making it a popular place for young families; but it has an equally large population of young professionals that fill up the neighborhood bars and restaurants late into the night.
Noe Valley locks in a truly traditional residential San Francisco haven. Its thriving pulse, convenient location, and distinctive charm keep longtime inhabitants happy while attracting new residents.