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Features

CLASSIC and MODERN Ideally located on a serene, tree lined cul-de-sac, this classic 1930’s home features gracefully proportioned rooms, classic details, lovely natural light with all the modern amenities of a luxury home.  High ceilings with exposed beamed ceilings are showcased in the spacious living room with gleaming parquet floors, gas fireplace and bay windows.  The gracious dining room is a wonderful place to host dinner parties.  The handsomely renovated gourmet kitchen allures with its Thermador 6 burner, griddle, double oven stove, farmhouse sink, second sink, wide Thermador refrigerator with plentiful counter space and cabinetry.   The main level has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, including a master bedroom with ensuite bath.  Two bedrooms overlook the lovely, verdant garden.

The lower level presents a family room with decorative fireplace, fourth bedroom, office and bath.  A wonderful manicured garden with mature Japanese maple tree, camelias, fuchsias, a raised garden bed and grassy lawn.  The brick patio invites outdoor entertaining. The laundry area is in the two-car tandem garage with additional parking in the driveway. Close to West Portal shops, restaurants and conveniences. 

A wonderful place to call home.                                                  

  • Serene, tree-lined cul-de-sac.
  • Fully detached with wonderful natural light
  • 4 bedrooms / 3 baths
  • Living room with fireplace
  • Formal dining room
  • Handsome renovated kitchen
  • Family room and office
  • Patio and manicured garden
  • 2 car garage

Floor Plans




Neighborhood


West Portal

West Portal is a neighborhood lost in time. Originally developed as a suburb of San Francisco's downtown, West Portal's building boom began in the 1920s with the opening of the trolley tunnel under Twin Peaks. Residential housing along the hilly, wooded streets is made up predominately of single-family detached homes with small yards.

The shopping district is compact and comprised mainly of Mom and Pop stores, neighborhood taverns, and family-style restaurants sporting irony-free Formica countertops. There's a family-friendly 50s feel to the neighborhood, long a favorite with San Francisco's firefighters, police, and teachers, as well as the owners of those Mom and Pop operations.

Many of these businesses have operated in West Portal for generations, and consequently the neighborhood has a stable feel. Eezy Freezy Market and the Empire Theater have been doing business for decades. And newcomers like Ambassador Toys, with their handpicked selection of toys from around the world, and Cafe For All Seasons, do a great job of fitting into the street scene.

Catching a MUNI Metro from West Portal is never a problem. No fewer than four trolleys (K, L ,M, and T) trundle out of the West Portal tunnel at the foot of Twin Peaks, connecting this neighborhood to San Francisco's Market Street and downtown.



Schedule

Open Houses:

Sunday, June 24th from 2:00 - 4:00pm 

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, June 26th from 1:30pm - 3:00pm

Disclosure package available.

 

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Debbie Hemingway
415.640.1487
Debbie@DebbieHemingway.com

Rob Levy
415.385.8011
Rob@RobLevy.net

Contact

Debbie Hemingway

Debbie Hemingway

Broker AssoiciateSotheby's International RealtycalDRE# 901881415.901.1704 office415.640.1487 mobile415.901.1701 faxwww.DebbieHemingway.com

Rob Levy

Rob Levy

Sotheby's International RealtycalDRE# 800625415-385-8011 mobile415-901-1701 faxwww.RobLevy.net