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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.
Once a center of industry and shipbuilding during World War II, the city of Richmond is focused on revitalization efforts that include a green revolution, with a solar-powered waste treatment plant; industrial printers; metal scrap recyclers; and manufacturers participating in green business initiatives. The city plans to add green jobs, create a cleaner community, and build a thriving tax base that can support better public services. Richmond homes vary in style, including traditional, Cape Cod, contemporary, and French Country. Local residents can participate in a composting program that collects food scraps in specially marked street-side containers and offers gardeners free compost for their backyard gardens. Richmond also recycles its old buildings, too; the historic Ford assembly plant near the port of Richmond was converted into the Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historic Park, operated by the National Park Service. Downtown is also experiencing revitalization, especially along Macdonald Avenue, the main commercial district that runs from 8th to 16th streets. The Richmond Main Street Initiative brings arts, music, dance, and theater to the area, transforming it into a pedestrian-friendly urban village. Progressive politics are a part of life in Richmond. The city is the largest in the U.S. to have a Green Party mayor in Gayle McLaughlin.