1909 Victorian house converted with permits into a duplex in 1971.
Front 2BR apartment features tall ceilings with Victorian trim throughout the large unit, measuring over 1,100 sq ft. Remodeled kitchen features a gas range, dishwasher, and an adjoining dining area. There is a “Jack & Jill” bathroom between the two bedrooms with a tub and a one-car garage dedicated to this apartment.
The back apartment is a second-floor studio with a large kitchen. There is a lower two-room area with low ceilings for office or storage. A large fenced back yard area is reserved for this apartment.
Adorable Victorian duplex. Originally a single-family home built around 1909; per the County Assessor, it was converted, with permits, to a duplex in 1971.
Overall, the property seems in exceptionally good condition. The composition roof was replaced in 1997. Portions of the foundation have been replaced and seismically upgraded. Other portions of the foundation are original. Electrical and plumbing are a mix of old and newer. The main electrical panels having been replaced at some point. According to the owner, the sewer lateral has been replaced within the last 20 years. There are sump pumps by the garage entrance and along the south side of the building.
The main front apartment is approximately 1,100 sq ft with tall ceilings and a wealth of Victorian trim and moldings. There is a nice light-filled entry room and two bedrooms with a bathroom between. The kitchen features a gas stove, dishwasher, and separate dining area. In the living room, there is a decorative, but no longer functional, fireplace.
The back apartment is a studio on the second floor with a large kitchen with a large deck overlooking the back yard area. There are two rooms on the first floor suitable for office or storage use. Ceiling height is low and would not qualify as legal bedrooms. This apartment also enjoys the use of the large, fenced-in back yard.
The basement area includes a coin-operated laundry area, which is also used by the tenants of the adjoining building at 1120 Lincoln. There are four storage rooms for the use of tenants of 1120.
There are individual water heaters for both units and the laundry, plus three separate PG&E meters: one for each apartment, one for the laundry/house meter.