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Callista Shepherd & Ric Rocchiccioli present:

Updated Edwardian Condo

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  • 2+ Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
  • Living, formal dining & kitchen in rear of unit  
  • Rear parlor vintage details, decorative fireplace
  • Updated modern kitchen
  • Updated split bathroom
  • Home office/guest room
  • Refinished Softwood Floors
  • Formal Dining Room
  • In-Unit Laundry
  • Shared, Landscaped Yard Garden
  • Dedicated Storage in garage
  • 3-unit building – Lower unit
  • 1243 sqft per appraiser
  • One car leased parking
  • HOA $417.00/month

Welcome to 3958 18th Street, embracing location, lifestyle, and vintage comfort - a blend of the very best of San Francisco’s city living.  Nestled comfortably between the heart of San Francisco’s Castro and the Mission Dolores, with the festive culture and rich history of these world-famous neighborhoods, this first floor Edwardian condo is part of a well maintained three-unit building. The private entry welcomes you into a south-facing front parlor/bedroom with decorative fireplace and serene outlooks.  A center hallway perfect for display of your artistic focus, opens to an at home office/guest room with large closet, and marries the social rooms - the recently updated kitchen featuring custom cabinetry, Quartzite countertops, Apron sink, and Samsung stainless appliances + the formal dining room + the rear parlor adorned with vintage woods, decorative fireplace, and custom built-ins.  Entertain with your guests to enjoy the comfortable flow with outlooks to the shared landscaped yard/garden.   An updated split bath with custom tiles and claw foot tub, an in-unit laundry, and spacious rear bedroom overlooking the garden complete this unit.

Other amenities include beautiful refinished softwood floors, additional storage, and one-car leased parking nearby. Conveniently located to enjoy the Castro, and nearby Dolores Park, Upper Market & Duboce Park neighborhoods, restaurants, shopping and entertainment, with easy access to public transportation, corporate shuttles and freeways – 3958 18th Street is a place to call home!




3958/3060 18th Street has been our home for over 20 years. The building is classic and solid.  Edwardian style San Francisco flats with classic architecture that has endured the test of time.  Our neighbors in the building and surrounding houses, are great people; friendly, inclusive, and interesting and bring a nice sense of community to the neighborhood.  The backyard is a peaceful retreat, especially on evenings and weekends.  We enjoy having a glass of wine and snacks on sunny weekend afternoons with our upstairs neighbors, next door neighbors, and friends.

You can’t beat the location – it is close to everything.  Restaurants, coffee shops, parks, hardware, clothing, sundries, convenience stores, bakeries, groceries are all within walking distance. Public transportation is easy with muni (F-Train, underground and bus) all very close by. We are also close to many corporate bus lines to Silicon Valley – Google Bus, Apple bus, with pickups at 18th and Castro and Dolores park. The neighborhood and surrounding location are a treat to explore, with incredible hill walks, hidden stairways, and hilltop streets with amazing views of the City and the Bay.


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Callista Shepherd


Realtor® Associate, SRES, CIPS

DRE# 01837806

415.205.5584 mobile


Ric Rocchiccioli


Realtor® Associate, SRES

Past President SFAR

DRE# 01017500

415.265.1164 mobile


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3958 18th Street

The vibrant neighborhood of Mission Dolores / Dolores Heights is located just west of the Mission District and is sandwiched between The Castro and Noe Valley and is considered one of the Bay Area’s most affluent neighborhoods. Victorian and Edwardian-style homes – many of which were built in the early 20th-Century – make up a majority of the real estate in Dolores Heights, with condos and townhomes sprinkled throughout. Since the Twin Peaks block the strong winds from the west, Dolores Heights residents enjoy a warm, sunny climate compared to other San Francisco neighborhoods. Mission Dolores Park hugs the eastern border of Dolores Heights, and is a popular gathering place for outdoor activities and festivals. The grassy lawns are ideal for afternoon picnics or kicking around a soccer ball. Amenities provided at Mission Dolores Park include tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, and two off-leash dog areas. The park also hosts a variety of events including Film Nights and live performances. When residents of Dolores Heights want to enjoy a fun night out with friends, or a delicious meal without venturing too far from home, 24th Street is one of the more popular options. Notable shops and restaurants in Dolores Heights include: Terra Mia Ceramic Studio: Let your creativity shine with your children or friends with a day of painting ceramic pottery! Terra Mia also offers a private room for parties and groups, which can hold anywhere from 6 to 14 people! Hi-Way Burger & Fry: With massive portions of high-quality burgers, fries, and milkshakes, Hi-Way Burger & Fry is the ultimate burger joint near Dolores Heights. Saru Sushi Bar: This quaint sushi and sake bar may not look like much, but with a Zagat rating of 4.6 for their food, it’s easy to see why locals and tourists flock here. If you love sushi, Saru Sushi Bar is a must-visit. The 24th Street and Mission BART Station is less than a mile from Dolores Heights, which provides easy access to Silicon Valley, the Financial District, and Oakland. Additionally, the Muni “J” route, which runs down Church St, is another viable option for commuting to and from Union Square and the Theater District.