June 30, 2017

3095 24th Ave, Merced Manor

3,135 square foot mansarded French Provincial style home built in 1937. San Francisco currently values this property at a whopping $85K with property taxes set at $1,500 for the 2016-2017 tax year.

Currently valued at about $2.3 million.

Merced Manor (Sub-District 3-f) is a compact neighborhood bordered by Sloat Boulevard to the north, 19th Avenue to the east, Eucalyptus Drive to the south and 20th Avenue to the west boasts beautifully kept residences. Most of the homes here were built between the early 1930s and the late 1950s, offering an impressive selection of architectural styles, from elaborate storybook homes with archways to the geometric lines of Streamline Moderne residences. Utilities are underground in this neighborhood and most properties have alleyways that allow homeowners to access their garages from the back, giving the neighborhood a gracious feel.

While being a residential neighborhood, Merced Manor is within walking distance of Stonestown Galleria, a full service shopping center. The nearby Lake Merced, Harding Park, the San Francisco Golf Club, the Olympic Club, and Stern Grove offer excellent biking, hiking and other recreational options. Access to Highway 1 and I-280 is quick and convenient, and public transportation allows one to reach downtown San Francisco in less than 30 minutes. (SF by Kate)

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