loading your dream home...

Cynthia Cummins presents:

Sublime, Vacant 2 Units in Marina

Sold for $2,760,000
walk through

Video Tour

about this home's










Splendid 2-unit building on a friendly Marina block – loved by one happy family since 1962 and delivered vacant for new owners!

  • Two classic Marina-style flats plus a bonus garden studio
  • Integral wood trims, deco touches, rich hardwood floors, moldings
  • Building-wide living rooms with graceful windows, distinctive fireplaces
  • Extraordinarily spacious formal dining rooms
  • Light-filled eat-in kitchens with adjoining laundry rooms
  • Each flat has two spacious bedrooms that overlook the exceptional garden
  • Both units have a water closet plus separate tub and shower room
  • Deep 127’ lot with koi pond, brick patio, sheltering tree and mature plants like lilac and rose
  • Bonus room, wet bar and small bath at ground level used as an art studio
  • Independent parking for two cars, or three tandem, plus block your own driveway.
  • Plentiful storage throughout the building
  • Paradise for walking and bicycling (Walkscore.com scores 93 and 95)
  • Idyllic and convenient location near the Marina Green, Chestnut & Union streets, the Presidio and the Palace of Fine Arts
  • Easy access to transportation, tech shuttle stops
  • Entire building delivered vacant
  • Perfect as a family compound, for owner occupiers seeking income, or for condo conversion.
  • Move in and enjoy, or remodel to suit!
  • Learn more about available San Francisco real estate at KindredSFHomes.com
get in touch


Cynthia Cummins

Kindred SF Homes

Founder and Realtor

DRE# 00960422

415.713.8008 mobile


last step to your dream home

Email Us

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

3529-3531 Divisadero

Where the city meets the bay!

The sunny, sparkling Marina is a favorite destination in San Francisco. What's not to like about views of the bay, the Marin headlands and the Golden Gate Bridge? Glorious sunsets? Running at dawn? Playing on the Marina Green? Shopping and dining on Chestnut Street?

At its western end is the Presidio and the Palace of Fine Arts. The latter is a classic structure reminiscent of Roman Temples, designed by Bernard Maybeck in 1915 and a favorite tourist destination for photos. To the east is Fort Mason, a former Army post which is now an extraordinary cultural arts center.

In between are clean, charming residential blocks lined with beautifully maintained homes and multi-unit buildings, many of them in the Spanish-Mediterranean style popular in the 1920s and 1930s and all of them lit up by the sun that so often shines on this desirable district of the city.

The blue-ribbon neighborhood gets high marks from Walkscore.com as one of the most pedestrian-friendly places in town. If you can't find it on Chestnut Street, there's always Union Street or the historic Presidio. Or forget about your troubles and just stroll down to the waterfront and sit on the dock of the bay!

by Cynthia Cummins, Founder and Realtor at Kindred SF Homes