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Steven Mavromihalis presents:

Prime Central Richmond
Two-Unit Building

SOLD | $1,550,000
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Prime Two-Unit Central Richmond Building 

Convenient Central Richmond Location. Two well-proportioned apartments on an oversized lot (30x119) featuring formal living and dining rooms, eat-in kitchens, tiled bathrooms, and two east-facing bedrooms, overlooking mature greenery. The top floor apartment (620) is vacant and has just been beautifully remodeled, ready for a new owner. There is a large, level garden that is flanked by majestic trees creating a serene and tranquil environment for enjoying the outdoors from the comfort of your home. A two-car garage, additional storage, and shared washer and dryer complete the garden level. The rooftop boasts lovely views to the north, which include city lights, the Marin Headlands, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Situated in the immediate vicinity of public transportation, shops, restaurants, and Golden Gate Park, this prestine two-unit building is perfectly located to enjoy the best of San Francisco living. 

  • Completely detached two-unit building, each apartment with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, eat-in kitchen, formal living room, formal dining room 
  • Top floor apartment vacant and recently remodeled
  • Mid-Century architectural detail including hardwood floors, fireplaces, and crown molding
  • New double-paned windows, new forced-air furnaces, two water meters
  • Two car parking, extra storage
  • 2,448 total building sqaure feet
  • 3,532 square foot lot 
  • Built in 1946

 

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Showing Schedule by Confirmed Appointment:

Tuesday, September 15th: 11AM-12:30PM

Please schedule your tour at the following link:

618-620 25th Ave - Appointment Calendar

 

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Contact Camron Garcia
(415) 610-2232
[email protected]

Steven Mavromihalis

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DRE# 00888824

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