25 San Pablo Avenue, San Francisco, CA
Sold for $2,100,000
Light-filled and welcoming, this beautiful garden home delights with its charming character, excellent floor plan, fantastic outdoor living and prime location. Situated on a deep professionally landscaped fenced lot, the three bedroom/two bath house is framed by mature trees that provide lush green outlooks from the home’s many large windows. Special in every way, the home was extensively renovated in 2014. During that time, the kitchen was opened and expanded, baths remodeled, plumbing and electrical upgraded, windows and French doors replaced and outdoor space transformed. Along with the deluxe chef’s kitchen and large master suite, there is a versatile bonus room with laundry area, a one-car garage with 240-volt electric car charger, a sub-basement for storage and a natural gas line to the patio.
Enjoy all the beauty that surrounds you along with excellent local schools, popular West Portal Village shops and restaurants, convenient Muni K, L, M & T trains and quick access to 101 and 280 freeways.
St Francis Wood has been known as one of San Francisco’s finest neighborhoods for more than 100 years. Early visitors were impressed with the graceful streets, parks and landscaping designed by the renowned Olmsted Brothers and the classically-inspired public monuments designed by the prominent architect John Galen Howard of the University of California. They also noted the genius of the design restrictions to ensure harmonious and beautiful houses, and the self-governing homes association to maintain the ideals of the tract.
Today’s observers remark on the verdant planting “almost too good to be true”, and a lushness and continuity of landscaping” that distinguishes it from other residential areas in San Francisco. The houses reflect many period revival styles and the talent of dozens of architects, yet the effect is homogeneity of scale, color and style.
St. Francis Wood reflects traditional architecture. The diverse styles of the 1920’s and 1930’s work together harmoniously because they reflect the classical principles of space, structure, elements, composition, proportion, ornament, and character. Architects used the latest construction methods and material of their time but they also used natural materials, such as slate and clay tiles, metalwork, and wood carvings, coupled with high standards of detailing and craftsmanship.
Excerpt from San Francisco’s St. Francis Wood, published in 2012 by Outside Lands Media, Author, Richard Brandi.
Exceptional client service is Jane Poppelreiter`s first priority. Her service oriented philosophy and focused attention to every detail of the buying and selling process has provided her clients with solid real estate investments and has earned her wide respect throughout the San Francisco real estate community.
Jane`s negotiation skills, confidence and expert ability to formulate deals that work are the result of her years of experience and ultimately is the value that she offers her clients. With an impressive list of clients Jane has proven herself as a polished professional, pairing innovative marketing and selling strategies with excellent communication skills. She credits her past and present success to personal discipline, high standards, creativity, and the persistence to ensure that every transaction be as seamless as possible.
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