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Peter Goss & Kuntala Cheng present:


$998,000 & $1,198,000

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Welcome to 28-30 & 62-66 Shotwell Street, two outstanding investment properties currently for sale on the same block!

28-30 Shotwell Street was converted to a 3-unit building in the 1970's. There are two spacious 1BR units above the garage level and a full floor 3BR/1.5BA flat on the top level.

One of the two 1BR units is currently vacant and could function as an owner's unit. In addition to the three units, there are two unwarranted vacant units & several storage areas behind the garage that may be suitable for conversion to one or more ADUs.

There is a tranquil patio and garden at the rear of the building. This property offers significant opportunities for expansion, appreciation & additional equity for the new owner.

62-66 Shotwell Street is the larger of the two properties and is configured as 3 units in the front building and a single, two-story 2BR + Office unit in the rear cottage. There is a beautiful patio and garden area between the front and rear buildings.

One of the units in the front building, a 3BR/2BA full floor flat, is vacant and suitable for an owner's unit.

These extraordinary properties provide excellent opportunities for new owners who seek both an upside in rents, as well as the ability to realize significant upside in equity from improvements to the property.

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Open Houses:
Sunday, August 20, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Offer Date:
Tuesday, August 22 @ 12:00 Noon

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Peter Goss
(415) 505-4677
[email protected]

Peter Goss

Corcoran Icon Properties

Top 10 Producer & Marketing Specialist

DRE# 01256858

(415) 505-4677 mobile


Kuntala Cheng

Corcoran Icon Properties

Top 10 Producer, Fluent In Mandarin & Cantonese

DRE# 1935020

(415) 799-6056 mobile


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28-30 & 62-66 Shotwell Street

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