A developer and architect who satisfied a thirst for new housing, Henry Doelger (rhymes with “Folger”), designed and built quality homes in San Francisco between 1920 and 1950. 1470 32nd Avenue sits in the heart of “Doelger City,” a 54-square block area with an assortment of home designs that keep the streetscapes lively and interesting. This home is an early example of Doelger’s “Styleocrat” plan.
The architecture features an Art Moderne profile and Deco-styled interior with rounded corners, curving archways and stacked moldings. Skylights and a center patio pull natural light in throughout. Closet space is ample, the lot is deep, and the garage is big enough to invite additional expansion beyond the classic “knotty pine room” downstairs.
Built in 1939, 1470 32nd Avenue’s Sellers are only the second family to ever own the home. Today it remains in its original pristine condition, with the added benefit of some thoughtful remodeling in the kitchen and upstairs bath. We rarely enjoy the opportunity to represent such a beautiful home – please ask us questions. We look forward to answering each one.
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