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Enter through the wrought-iron gates to discover lush lawns with blossoming flowers.
By Samantha Coles | April 8 2021
This charming Federalist-style four-bedroom home is situated in the coveted Sea Cliff neighborhood of northwestern San Francisco. Enter through the wrought-iron gates to discover lush lawns with blossoming flowers and privacy-providing trees and hedges (the south-facing lawn has year-round sunshine), and take the brick pathway to the formal entryway.
Inside, you’ll be greeted by a grand foyer with a wraparound staircase and leaded glass windows, and an elevator that serves all of the home’s three floors. There’s a formal living room, formal dining room, kitchen/ family room with a cozy breakfast area and oodles of modern appliances.
The generous bedrooms are all ensuite and outfitted in rich wood paneling; the primary suite has fantastic views of the famed Golden Gate Bridge. Our favorite feature of this house, however, can be found on the second floor: There’s a 1920s-style den/library with striking cathedral beam ceilings and secret bar.