Two architecturally significant flats originally built in 1908. Each unit features a two bedroom and two bath layout and have been remodeled. The building is detached on three sides, allowing an abundance of natural light to flow in. Expansive in size and scale, it rests on a large lot of approximately 34’ x 113’ (per tax records).
1326 GREEN STREET includes much of its original period detailing and charm, ornate design and craftsmanship—both inside and out. An impressively large and undeveloped basement area is the perfect space for repurposing and renovating. Offered vacant, this building provides several opportunities for new owners to come in and make it their own.
The nicely sized and landscaped backyard includes automatic sprinklers, elegant fencing, outdoor lighting, artificial turf grass and much more. Located in San Francisco’s highly sought after Russian Hill neighborhood, with a fantastic WalkScore and close proximity to Polk Street, Union Street, The Marina, Fort Mason, Nob Hill and North Beach areas.
Housing Units & Financial Information
- Central Heating
- Wall Furnaces
Additional Property Details
Traditional, Edwardian, French
Lot Square Footage:
- City Lights
- Golden Gate Bridge
- San Francisco
More About Russian Hill
Earning its name from the Cyrillic-inscribed gravestones discovered at its peak by California gold rushers (Cyrillic script is a writing system employed across Eastern Europe), Russian Hill has long been prized for its history, elegance, and stunning views.
But when it comes to the style of homes that hug the area’s steep slopes and surround its tiny parks and manicured gardens, you’ll have to look beyond Eastern Europe for influences. Here, cottages and mansions alike take their design from Spanish Colonial, Italianate, Neo-Georgian, Mission Revival and Arts and Craft architectural styles.
It’s been well over a century since the last Russian crew members found their final resting spot on this hill (don’t worry; the cemetery has since been moved), but the name that they inspired remains.
In a Word
Russian Hill residents include the well-to-do as well as a young, hip and affluent white-collar crowd. However diverse, all are drawn to the array of fine restaurants and boutiques that line Russian Hill’s main shopping district, Polk Street. Here, your options are many and varied:
Armistead Maupin drew his inspiration for his groundbreaking newspaper-serial-made-novel, Tales of the City, from Russian Hill’s winding, wind-swept streets.
Why Russian Hill?
Impressive architecture and a fine style of life. Need we say more?