2381 Bush St, San Francisco

Offered at: $1,945,000




Kitchen made for entertaining.

Refinished original wood floors.  
Freshly painted inside & out.  
Eat-in kitchen with updated cabinets and countertops.


Classic San Franciscan Victorian details throughout.

Double parlors.  
Original fireplace surrounds in 3 rooms.  
Grand staircase.


Inspiring garden & expansion potential.

Beautiful landscaped garden.  
Huge expansion potential downstairs.  
1.5 blocks to Fillmore Street shops & restaurants.

Loved by the same family for over 45 years! This gorgeous Victorian home located just steps from Fillmore Street fun, has history and charm to spare.  Splendid original details throughout include gleaming wood floors, original fireplace surrounds, intricate woodwork and more. The freshly painted facade welcomes you before you enter through the foyer and enjoy a grand staircase and a set of double parlors with lovely art nouveau chandeliers.  Down the main hall, find a cheerful formal dining room and a bright, spacious kitchen with soaring ceilings that opens onto a sunny deck and a beautiful professionally landscaped garden.  Complete with vintage commercial-size Wolf range, Bosch dishwasher, Fisher Paykel fridge and updated cabinets and countertops for ample storage, this kitchen is perfect for entertaining.   
Upstairs you will find a master bedroom retreat with a decorative fireplace and room for a seating area.  Down the hall are three additional bedrooms, all with high ceilings and original details.  The bathroom has a refurbished claw foot tub and charming details throughout.  Huge expansion potential downstairs, with direct entrances to the street level. Located by the lively Fillmore Street neighborhood near some of the best shopping and restaurants the city has to offer, this home will knock your socks off! 

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About The Fillmore District/Lower Pacific Heights

Lower Pacific Heights, also known as Upper Fillmore, is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, between Pacific Heights, the Fillmore District, Laurel Heights, and Japantown. The neighborhood is centered on the commercial corridor of Fillmore Street between California and Post streets, with California Street to the north, Geary Street to the south, Presidio Avenue to the west, and Van Ness Avenue to the east.     
Historically, the area was part of the Western Addition. Long a middle-class neighborhood geographically and socially intermediate between Pacific Heights and the Lower Fillmore, the area became wealthier and more upscale with the escalation of San Francisco property values in the 1980s and 1990s, when the designation “Upper Fillmore” fell out of favor and “Lower Pacific Heights” came into increased use.     
The Fillmore District is a historical neighborhood in San Francisco located to the southwest of Nob Hill, west of Market Street and north of the Mission District.[4] It has been given various nicknames such as “the Moe” or “the Fill”. The Fillmore District began to rise to prominence after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. As a result of not being affected by the earthquake itself nor the large fires that ensued, it quickly became one of the major commercial and cultural centers of the city.     
After the earthquake, the district experienced a large influx of diverse ethnic populations. It began to house large numbers of African Americans, Japanese and Jews. Each group significantly contributed to the local culture and earned the Fillmore district a reputation for being “One of the most diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco”. In particular, the district was known for having the largest jazz scene on the west coast of the United States up until its decline in the 1970s. A large Japantown was also historically located in the Fillmore District although technically it does not lie within the borders of the district today.     
During the late 1960s and 1970s, the Fillmore District underwent a large-scale redevelopment. This has largely led to a decline of the jazz scene in the area. However, many people have claimed that jazz in the district has made a large rebound in recent years.

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Saturday, Feb. 23rd: 1-4pm 
Sunday, Feb. 24th:  2-4pm 
Tuesday, Feb. 26th: 11am-12:30pm


Gabriella Fracchia & Paula Fracchia

CalDRE: 01863529 & 01013752

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