• 2 sunny bedrooms, 1 newly updated bathroom
  • High ceilings, crown molding and period charm
  • Spacious living room with wood burning fireplace
  • Beautiful hardwood floors
  • Bright, eat-in kitchen with skylight and gas stove
  • Double paned windows throughout the home
  • 2-car garage parking with internal access to the home
  • Huge garage with ample storage space + laundry area
  • Expansion potential – over 7.5 foot ceilings in the garage
  • Lovely front landscaping
  • Large, fenced yard with garden beds and Eucalyptus tree
  • Built in 1940 per tax records
  • Walk to 2 blocks to Judah and Noriega coffee, restaurants and shopping
  • Andytown Coffee Roasters right across the street!
  • Easy access to MUNI!
  • Walk to Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach


Welcome to 1631 43rd Ave, a charming, updated Outer Sunset 1940’s home. Conveniently situated right across the street from popular Andytown Coffee Roasters, the home enjoys a wonderful walkable, bike-able and MUNI friendly location. 

Enjoy lovely period details, skylights, hardwood parquet floors, crown molding, double paned windows and great light! The spacious living room boasts a handsome wood burning fireplace and opens to the sky-lit eat-in kitchen. The newly updated bathroom features contemporary tiling plus separate shower and bath. The two sunny bedrooms offer peekaboo ocean views and overlook the deep, fenced yard with garden beds and Eucalyptus tree. Another special feature is the wonderful internal access to the huge garage with over 7.5 foot ceilings, (expansion potential!), newer furnace 2-car parking, laundry area and tons of storage.

Walk to MUNI (just 2 blocks!), Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach!  This home also offers easy access to 280 for commuters. Nearby Irving, Judah and Noriega Street corridors offer plenty of options for shopping, cafes and restaurants. The ever popular Devil’s Teeth Bakery is also nearby! Walk your dog to Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach. Drive or bike 10 minutes to Stern Grove and the SF Zoo!

Don’t miss this beautiful home, perfect for both first-time buyers and investors!


Outer Sunset

Like most of its neighbors in the central western section of San Francisco, the Outer Sunset was once a land of sand dunes, and therefore one of the last neighborhoods in the city to be developed.

Most of the homes here were built in a neat grid of two-story tract homes during the 1930s and 1940s. The famous San Francisco developer of this area, Henry Doelger, was known for the simplistic and practical design of his homes.

One of the biggest perks of living in the Outer Sunset is its beachside locale. Even homes further from the sand can have great views of the Pacific Ocean. But this perk goes hand-in-hand with the neighborhood’s only drawback: the fog that often obstructs said views. The fact is, residents who live here love the ocean and the fog doesn’t take away from its prime beachfront location.

Public transportation runs all the way out to this relatively distant neighborhood with Lincoln Way running along its northern border and providing direct access to the freeway. Golden Gate Park is also just to the north of the Outer Sunset.

Irving Street serves as the main commercial drag for the Outer Sunset, lined with cafes, restaurants, storefronts, and bars. Part of the charm of this neighborhood is the treasured mom-and-pop businesses sprinkled around the neighborhood, aging it some, but with distinction.

At the outer edge of San Francisco, the Outer Sunset’s location dazzles with superior direct access to the beach, Golden Gate Park, and public transportation — a real residential sanctuary within the hum of big city San Francisco.


This charming home received 13 offers! There are no additional showings at this time. 


Contact Laura Kaufman, MBA
(415) 310-1256


Laura Kaufman, MBA

Laura Kaufman, MBA

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