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This classic Forest Hill residence serves as a serene urban escape, blending grandeur with practicality. Imagine your very own Tree House overlooking the neighborhood below. A striking and sophisticated home, it effortlessly accommodates both refined gatherings and everyday comfort. Upon entering, a spacious foyer welcomes you, leading to a grand scale sunken living room. Here, you'll find a captivating carved wood ceiling, a gas fireplace, and arched windows that flood the space with light. The adjacent formal dining room with leaded glass windows flows seamlessly into a breakfast room and handsome kitchen overlooking a charming brick patio and garden. Completing the main floor is a versatile office/bedroom and a full bath. Ascending to the upper level, you will find a sizable master suite complete with a walk-in closet and ensuite bath. Two additional sunlit bedrooms and a second hall bath ensure ample accommodations for family or guests. The lower level offers an inviting family or social room, complete with a second fireplace and access to a walk-out porch. There's also a separate area that functions as a kitchenette/ laudry room but could offer a home office or game area plus an additional full bath at this level. To top it off, a spacious attic on the top floor presents a great playroom or artist hideaway!
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A lovely sight to see- Exquisite Tudor in Forest Hill, 4 Bed/ 4 baths plus family room and secondary kitchen, Ideal for extended family
Beneath its tree-shaded winding streets, the 650 homes of Forest Hill follow the contours of Twin Peaks. The hillside provides spectacular views of the pacific, the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay. Stately homes are built in styles ranging from Spanish Mission to California Modern, with French Normandy, English Tudor, and Cotswold Cottage adding a sense of history. Noted architect Bernard Maybeck designed the historic clubhouse on Magellan Avenue, built by members on weekends, in 1919.
Forest Hills does open its doors however. Each August, classical musicians from around the world perform at the clubhouse, in Forest Hill Musical Days. This chamber music festival founded in 2003 by pianist Mari Kodama and her husband, conductor Kent Nagano, who both live in the neighborhood.
Off the beaten track, Forest Hill is nonetheless close to West Portal Avenue and its shops. Forest Hill or West Portal stations provide MUNI service to Union Square and the Financial District via a short 20-minute commute.