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By 1925 the Panhandle of the Golden Gate Park was well established, laden with the area’s oldest trees, and known as a sylvan retreat for the well-heeled.  The NOPA is essentially a small town with hospitals, schools, shops, grocery stores and restaurants. It is only a quick trip to downtown SF. Flat for walking, the NOPA is easy for families pushing strollers or people who have trouble negotiating hills. So popular is this location, that the current owner has stayed nearly 25 years. 


This Roaring 20’s Mediterranean isn’t the first home on this lot.The water was turned on July 12, 1890. The current residence was originally a single family home built in 1925,  and was divided into a duplex later in its life. The new floorplan flow emphasizes separate uses while still allowing for easy access between the floors. 


From the moment you walk into the front entry with hardwood floors & alabaster sconces, prepare to be charmed by this home’s warmth. A large bay window floods the living room with light from brand new wooden sash windows. An intricately carved French-style gas burning fireplace is the focal point of the living room. The formal dining room has french doors and a ratan light fixture. The art tile floor connects the dining room and remodeled kitchen together stylistically. Stainless steel appliances and stone countertops help the best of cooks rule in this kitchen. Greenhouse windows allow west light to flood the kitchen so growing herbs to enhance your cooking is a snap. 

Across from the kitchen is a split bathroom with a large vanity and shower over a tub. The toilet is separate so someone can be showering while another person is using the bathroom. In the back of this floor are two large bedrooms with walk-in closets that each open into a south facing sunroom. Off the sunroom is a deck that leads to the yard that is graced by a redwood and apple tree and raised beds. 

Upstairs is a studio apartment rented for $2200. The living room/bedroom has Palladian windows that face the street, built-in shelving and a fireplace. The kitchen is south facing with its own private deck. Off the kitchen is a cozy bathroom with a shower. 

On the street level there is a two car garage, a modern full bathroom, exercise room and office/art studio. The laundry is also on this level. 



Grove Street is wildly popular with local children: on Halloween, the street closes down, has live bands, costume contests, and becomes a Trick- or-Treat haven. 1535 Grove is infamous in the neighborhood for hosting the yearly Haunted Disco in the garage and basement. Costumed adults and children dance to spooky music. 

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Open Houses:
Wednesday, July 19th 5pm-6pm

Saturday, July 22nd 2pm-4pm

Sunday July 23rd, 2pm-4pm

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, July 25th 11am-1pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Bonnie Spindler
(415) 706-6660
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Lena Lundberg 415-218-0013

Bonnie Spindler

Corcoran Icon Properties


The Victorian Specialist

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1535 Grove Street

The North of Panhandle area, or Nopa, is rapidly becoming one of the city's most in-demand neighborhoods. Situated just north of Golden Gate Park's Panhandle, and abutted by the Divisadero corridor, you'll always feel there's something to do, and within walking distance!

Here you'll feel central to everything, with easy freeway access via Fell and Oak streets, several Muni lines at your doorstep, and very easily navigable bicycle routes. And yet, the nearby green spaces imbue the entire area with a low key, peaceful air. Services and entertainment are easily accessed, making car-free living a very appealing lifestyle choice.

In addition to Divisadero's many trendy cafes, clubs and shops, you can do your grocery shopping at the Lucky Center on Fulton, and hit up Broderick Place for speciality deli goods. Homes near the Panhandle are exceptionally desirable. There are also multi-unit apartment buildings and condos for the investment buyer. It's also a great spot to bike, shoot hoops or just chill out by the bandstand.

Young professionals and students, families, and long-time residents fill up Nopa's many Victorian and Edwardian single family homes and multi-unit buildings. There are plenty of opportunities to meet your neighbors, be it at Sunday's Divisadero Farmer's Market or the bi-monthly Divisadero Art Walk. The North of Panhandle Neighborhood Association does a wonderful job of organizing events and keeping everyone informed of neighborhood news. The neighborhood even has its own parents' group.