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A price improvement makes this spacious home nestled Inbetween Stonestown, Ingleside Heights, Ingleside and Oceanview more appealing than ever. It is located conveniently off Brotherhood Way with open space and views awaiting. Do you like exercising in nature? Merced Lake is waiting for you! Are you a golfer? Golfer heaven! SF Golf Club, Olympic Club and TPC Harding Park are close by. Got students? SFSU is at your doorstep. Visit the zoo, grab a sandwich and enjoy an afternoon by the ocean- it's all possible here at 109 Summit.
800 Summit, six years old, includes Peace Park, with it's own dog park and separate "tot lot" at each end with a beautiful spacious lawn, sitting area and Bufano Peace Statue in between. 109 Summit is situated to enjoy all of this bounty.
Three levels of sunlit living. 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, laundry room, and tandem garage parking for two cars that leads directly into living area. A deck off the upstairs dining room and a patio from lowest level provides your own private bit of solitude at any time. But wait, there's more!! This unit features a sprawling storage area- with space for just about everything!
Pride of ownership is shown by the 90k worth of upgrades the sellers invested to enhance this unit when they purchased it, ensuring good and easy living. Come take a look!
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Ingleside Heights, Ingleside and Oceanview are part of the several micro neighborhoods located in this southern part of San Francisco. The Annual Sundial Park Picnic, with its bicycle, chariot and wagon race, takes place in the lovely oval called Ingleside Terrace. Oceanview (which has some lovely views though not necessarily of the ocean-a slight misnomer) has the Oceanview Playground and the Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center at its center. Ingleside Heights offers a variety of local restaurants on Ocean Avenue. Most homes in these neighborhoods were built between 1900 and 1940. There's sure to be something for everyone in this corner of San Francisco.