Prominently established on a corner fronting Alamo Square Park, this Edwardian home features six bedrooms, four and one half baths, approximately 5,745 sq.ft., and one car parking. The home was built in 1901 by notable architect Julius Krafft for its original owner, William Little.
The formal living room encompasses a colorful sitting area with herringbone-patterned solid-oak floors, a fireplace, and views overlooking Alamo Square Park. Across the grand foyer is the refined formal dining room, which includes a built-in buffet and handsomely paneled walls.
The kitchen features a delightful combination of old and new, with stained-glass windows, white Carrera marble countertops and a pantry closet. A breakfast room adjoins the kitchen and dining room, featuring a vintage china cabinet with a period fireplace.
From the foyer, a grand central staircase rises to the second level, where a landing with hardwood floors leads to three restful bedrooms. The master suite features a fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and impressive views of the park. The en-suite bathroom boasts distinctive tile work and a freestanding soaking tub overlooking Alamo Square Park. Attached to the master suite is a spacious dressing room. On the western side of the home are two additional bedrooms and a timeless bathroom.
A second stairway leads to a third level, which includes three bedrooms, a bath, an office, and a pentroom with built-in bookshelves. The home’s versatile lowest level includes a generous laundry area, storage space, and a flex space.
Secluded on the rear of the home is an astroturfed play area and a patio ideal for grilling. The garage can accommodate one car parking and accesses the home via the back staircase.
701 Scott Street is located within the heart of the Alamo Square neighborhood. Alamo Square Park is a San Francisco landmark that includes a tennis court and the celebrated “Painted Ladies”.