Welcome to 1266 Naples.

Light filled corner Craftsman inspired home with a commanding presence. Enclosed entry porch warmly welcomes all. Beautiful period detailing in living room and dining room includes inlaid wood floors, bricked gas fireplace, crafted columns, moldings, built-in shelving, built-in buffet with glass front side cabinets and a custom stained glass window. Generous open flow between living room and dining room is ideal for memorable gatherings.

Updated, eat-in kitchen with granite counters, recessed lighting and custom finishes. Laundry room and direct access to rear deck and garden just off of the kitchen. Two bedrooms and remodeled bath with tub and separate stall shower complete the main level.

Upper level is presented as a third bedroom with office alcove and separate lounge area. Sellers used this level as a third bedroom. We are unsure if it is warranted as a bedroom. However, tax records do state six rooms.

Basement level bonus room is presented as a den/game room. Interior access to the garage. Transportation at the curb and easy access to 280, 101 and BART.

Built in 1916 and 1550 square feet per tax records.


Crocker Amazon 

At the southernmost edge of San Francisco, you’ll find the Crocker Amazon neighborhood. The dense residential area is sprawling with single-family homes in neat rows with manicured front lawns. Considered one of the greatest sleeper neighborhoods of the city, its amenities are innate and plentiful.

Most commercial action takes place along Mission Street, which forms its western border against the Outer Mission. The street is full of ethnic stores and restaurants, bars, take-out stops, and essential retailers. And as with any truly suburban district, Crocker Amazon has multiple well-known playgrounds within a stone’s throw of its borders, along with well-lit and clean soccer and baseball fields.

The homes vary in architectural style from Victorian and Edwardian to Mid-Century Modern, and possess one of the rarest amenities for San Francisco — space — boasting up to 10 feet on either side between houses, an unheard of privacy buffer for any big city.

Moving around in the district by automobile is relatively easy, including parking. But the city extends its convenient public transportation lines all the way out to this bordering San Francisco neighborhood, and the proximity to the freeway is a true convenience.

While its southernmost location in San Francisco puts it at a distance to the city-center, it also provides the best of both worlds, a truly residential opportunity with easy access to the perks of a big city in a moment’s notice.





Saturday, 4/7, 2-4, 1st Open!

Sunday, 4/8, 2-4

Tuesday, 4/10, 2-3:30

Wednesday, 4/11, 5:30-7

Saturday, 4/14, 2-4

Sunday, 4/15, 2-4

Offer Date:   Thursday, 4/18, 3PM


For showings by appointment or for answers to your questions, contact us:

Joan Loeffler, Neighbor, Neighborhood Specialist, Award Winning Realtor


Jim Beitzel, Neighborhood Specialist, Joan's Partner in Crime, Award Winning Realtor, 

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Joan Loeffler

Award Winning RealtorCorcoran Global LivingcalDRE# 01198078415.816.1335

Jim Beitzel

Award Winning Realtor, Area SpecialistZephyr Real EstatecalDRE#