David Barrett - Owner
Warwick Properties
(415) 863-1973
warwick@warwickproperties.com





Rarely Available
2419-2421 Greenwich St.

San Francisco, CA 94111
Listing Price US$1,995,000
Status: Active
Type: Residential
Year Built: 1925
Bedrooms: 2
Baths: 1
Highlights

  • Two Unit Building in the Heart of San Francisco
  • First Time on Market
  • Vacant Garages

  • Description

    First time on the market since construction circa 1925 and for sale by the original family.  Situated in charming Cow Hollow.  Blocks away from Union Street restaurants and shopping.

    Both units are 2 bedroom and 1 bathroom with a gracious floor plan with a pleasant backyard.

    Two generous storage units on the garage level could be easily converted to become an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU).

    The freshly painted façade by Casey Pro Painting, gives the building fresh curb appeal.

    Two independent, vacant one car parking.

    Units are currently occupied with the following rents:

    1.)    2419 Greenwich Street – (lower unit) $2,000

    2.)    2421 Greenwich Street -  (upper unit) $3,138.80

     

    Current lease rates for the garages is $350/month (currently vacant)

    Annual income: $61,665

    Garage rental income (currently vacant): $8,400 (based on $350 rent each for both parking spaces)

    Additional income with buildout of ADU unit.

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