High on the very popular Bernal Heights Hill sits this lovely 1950s home that epitomizes mid-century style and history. Constructed during the start of the baby and building boom that helped San Francisco return to growth after World War II. These compact homes were built to last, using good materials and modern construction techniques such as copper plumbing, rebar in the concrete foundation, bolting of the house to the foundation, circuit breakers, and aluminum windows.
In 1949, 370 Franconia was built as a two-bedroom one-bath home.
This Bernal Heights home was lovingly expanded to provide more living space with a third bedroom and a second bath added at the rear of the building. A large wooden deck was also built off this bedroom where you can enjoy overlooking the deep and level lot. The lot is larger than most in Bernal being close to 2,500 square feet rather than the usual 1,750 square feet.
More recently the lower level was expanded to create a fourth bedroom/family room as well as a third bathroom. Conveniently extending this home to a four-bedroom, three-bath home.
The yard is a treat with room for outdoor entertaining, barbecues, and sunbathing. It is the perfect place to take advantage of Bernal’s great weather and al fresco dining.
The garage area has room for one car, a work area, and lots of storage.
- Mostly hardwood floors on the main level
- Manufactured wood floors on the lower level
- Artificial grass area
- Newer windows
- Two large decks accenting the multi-level yard
- Freshly painted interior
- Updated kitchen with Corian countertops
- Hardwood Floors
- Close to Bernal Hill
- Landscaped Backyard
- Washer/Dryer in Garage
- Three bedrooms on main level
- Walking distance to Transportation
- Close to 101 & 280