Space, flexibility and endless options

Begin with two airy, beautifully remodeled flats—one up, one down. Add two ADUs, each polished and ready to become a studio, office, apartment. Finish with a large motor court, surrounded by garage space for five cars. Set it all on a massive 6,333 square foot, L-shaped lot at the prime spot where the Castro, Mission Dolores, Duboce Triangle and Mission Districts converge. This is The Dorland Compound, a highly uncommon and inspiring setting where the possibilities (including highly imaginative live/work options) are endless.

The massive “L” shaped lot presents options not common in an urban environment.

The opportunities are endless for a prospective buyer—parking for 10+ cars (5 covered garages), a spacious workshop for an artist, woodworkers or sculptor, or a developer may find a way to build (RM-1).

On both levels of this 1910 Bay Window Italianate row house, many of the original elements have been lovingly preserved: hardwood floors, woodwork, decorative grates and more.

In the lower residence, a stunning dining room features period hardwood built-ins with leaded glass doors, matching sash window frames, tall wainscoting and plate rails.

Superb state-of-the-art kitchens and indulgent baths highlight both flats. The ADUs have also been tastefully finished.

Located near several noted restaurant rows, moments from transit and a block from Mission Dolores Park, the compound is an incomparable find for an exceptional buyer.

208-210 Dorland Street is offered at $4,500,000 by Todd Wiley.