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Opportunity awaits at this prime Potrero Hill location! 484-486 Utah Street is an expansive two-unit Edwardian that spans four levels. Built in 1912, this lovely home contains many of the charming details of the period such as picture moldings, wainscoting, tall coved ceilings, pocket doors and built in hutches seamlessly conveying a timeless and elegant historical presence.

Downtown and City views are enjoyed from each unit’s front and rear vantage point. Both flats offer a classic Edwardian configuration with a flexible front bedroom/living room. Additional rooms and baths off of the hall that leads you to the rear living area and kitchen with rear bonus rooms that offer expansive city views and access to the yard. Unit 486 features staircase access to the attic and unveils the opportunity to transform this pinnacle room into a livable space, taking full advantage of the breathtaking sweeping views of downtown, city and Bay bridge landscapes.

A full-length basement with front and rear access points offers further expansion potential and storage. A back yard with mature landscaping provides a serene and private setting perfect for relaxing or entertaining all while being set in one of San Francisco’s sunniest and most vibrant neighborhoods, Potrero Hil.


Vacant Two Unit Edwardian

Built in 1912 | Prime Potrero Hill Location

City, Bridge and Downtown Views

Expansive Basement + Attic Levels

4,749 Sq.Ft. of Livable + Non-Livable Space

Rear Yard | Mature Landscaping

Period Details + Charm



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One of the best kept secrets for many years, Potrero Hill was once the blue collar home of shipping docks, storehouses, and the simple shops and bakeries frequented by the families who called it home. The big turnaround came on the heels of the dot-com revolution when many of the warehouses and factories in the area were transitioned into the live-work lofts and offices we know today. Development along Third Street has solidified this area's reputation as an exciting destination, with an unparalleled ease of commute to downtown SF. Among Potrero Hill's many assets, its sunny weather, fantastic views, and ready access to all highways rank high on the list. A hardy neighborhood, there are a great many early Victorians along its charming streets which remarkably withstood the earthquake of 1906. Eateries, bars and shops along 18th street are plentiful in options. The classic watering hole Blooms, named for the heroine of Ulysses, offers pool tables, awe-inspiring views, and fantastic people watching. Chez Papa offers the best French Provencal bistro cuisine this side of the Sierra Nevada. And please don't miss Farley's, where an easy-going coffee drinking crowd enjoy daily brews strong enough to cut through any misty morning. Students and young folks help liven things up just enough thanks to the nearby California College of Art campus, the California Culinary Academy, and local bar The Bottom of the Hill, which hosts an amazing array of music acts not to be missed. You'll find plenty of shopping and grocery options close to 16th and Potrero. If you've never visited Potrero Hill, get ready to be romanced by this charming hillside respite.



Chris Stein
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Dan Dodd
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Chris Stein


Dan Dodd

Dan Dodd Real EstatecalDRE# 01407328(415) 577-9462