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Circa 1888 Victorian Castro Fixer - Offered at: $995,000
Welcome to 56-58 Prosper Street. First time on the market in 40 years, this VACANT 2-unit circa 1888 Victorian fixer-upper is ready and waiting for you to make it your own. These two units make a perfect contractor project. The property has an amazingly original Victorian façade; the details abound! The upper unit boasts many interior Victorian style details such as fireplaces, crown molding, woodwork and wide plank wood floors. There’s also a garage and driveway parking.
With a Walkscore of 100/100, you can't get any better than this Castro address. It’s in the center of everything yet tucked away off the beaten path. And if you’re a reader, there’s a public library just at the end of the block. Walk to places such as Harvest Market, Café Flore, StarBelly, La Med, Frances, Ike’s, Cliff’s Variety as well as banks and other day-to-day businesses. 56-58 Prosper Street has a Transit Score of 99/100 - Rider's Paradise!
Bring your hammer and nails and make this your home with rental income!
Eureka Valley, which includes the world-renowned Castro district, have a wonderfully rich history as the epicenter of the gay rights movement. Today, the neighborhood is undergoing another transition as the long-standing gay community welcomes young families to the increasingly diverse neighborhood. On the eastern end, coveted Liberty Hill offers tremendous views and one-of-a-kind residences. Located centrally with downtown access via Muni streetcar and freeway access just off of Market Street, the hard-to-resist neighborhood is also graced with a wide variety of architectural styles and property types -- including many pre-Quake Victorians. Bustling Castro Street is home to some of the city's most beloved landmarks, including Harvey Milk's store front and the historic Castro Theatre, as well as great restaurants and bars, clubs and pubs serving all your nightlife needs. A celebratory attitude often reigns, as each year the streets come alive during the Castro Street Fair and Pride Week. Venture up the hills and you'll find quieter streets lined with charming, well-kept homes. Locals love to take advantage of many hidden mini-parks like Kite Hill, and the Seward Street slides.