Richard Bastoni & Jeffrey Wahl Present:
Forest Hill Spanish Mediterranean Home - $1,495,000
Foyer which leads to a spacious open Living Room with cathedral beamed ceiling, corner fireplace, beautiful parquet wood floors with inlay, stained glass window and a large picture window framing city views. Off the Living Room is a large formal Dining Room.
The Eat-in Chef’s Kitchen with Breakfast Area has hardwood floors, stainless appliances, granite counters and an island. From the kitchen you have access to the rear deck, patio and beautiful garden.
One Bedroom and a bath with stall shower and separate tub complete this floor.
The Master Bedroom offers Ocean and Southern City views, hardwood floors, excellent closet space, and a light-filled bath.
The Second Bedroom offers excellent light with a wonderful garden outlook.
There is access to the bathroom as well as access to a large walk-out Deck with City views.
This level boasts a large Family Room with fireplace, Fourth Bedroom, Full Bathroom, Wet Bar and access to the Garage with parking for two cars and Laundry as well as access to the mature Rear Garden.
Ideal and convenient location!
NOTE: This home is a member of the Forest Hill Homeowner’s Association.
The 2012 annual dues were $255.
Note: Escrow has been opened with Chicago Title Company = Kevin Thompson = (415)291-5191
Escrow # 35517230
Friendly neighbors, gorgeous homes, an air of serenity, and a beautiful tree-filled landscape - you'll find all of this in Forest Hill, one of San Francisco's premiere neighborhoods. Breathtakingly grand single family homes preside over heavily wooded streets unlike any others you'll find in the city. A quiet area popular with families, Forest Hill has a very active neighborhood association that works to ensure that the peaceful environment will never be compromised. And yet, residents can enjoy this tranquility and feeling of remoteness, all within easy walking distance to bustling West Portal, with its array of restaurants, shops, a pub or two and even a quaint movie theater. A Muni streetcar station has 4 lines that whisk commuters right downtown. There is also very easy freeway access for Peninsula commuters. People who've made their home in Forest Hill take great pride in the neighborhood, and make for very friendly neighbors. The Forest Hill Clubhouse, built in 1919 by well-known architect Bernard Maybeck, is a frequent gathering spot for the Forest Hill Association, Garden Club and even hosts an annual chamber music festival, as well as holiday-themed events and private parties. You will love strolling Forest Hill's shaded streets, whether ogling the many unique homes and gardens or seeking out one of several hidden stairway walks.