An enduring classic, this stylish and sophisticated Spanish Mediterranean home reflects a striking profusion of design elements inspired by it's Spanish, Mexican, Italian, and Moorish influences. It's handsome outer facade features time-honored stucco, a Spanish style red clay tiled roof, a large arched picturesque window over the garage, an entry alcove with distinctive ogee arches, and a lower tradesman entrance. Warm and welcoming, this home's polished and modernized interior makes it the ultimate place to unwind and entertain.
The light and spacious living room is beautiful and inviting with a cathedral ceiling and wooden beams, and a large Spanish adobo style wood-burning fireplace with decorative tile inlay. Refinished ebony hardwood floors, throughout the main level of this home, provide a refined elegance and an exceptional backdrop for home furnishings. The beautiful state-of-the-art kitchen is well appointed with today’s luxurious amenities including a Bertazzoni gas stove, a Fisher Paykel refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, a spacious pantry, and a sunny seating area. The elegant white-on-white kitchen cabinets and Caesarstone countertops, alongside the polished stainless steel appliances and rich ebony floors, reflects a classy William-Sonoma Home chic. The formal dining room is well equipped for fine dining, with plenty of space for guests.
At the back of the home overlooking the garden, are two spacious bedrooms each with beautiful bay windows that bring in lots of light. The master bedroom has a full en-suite bath with a tiled shower and pedestal style sink. The second full bath (on this level) offers a spa tub, tiled shower, and pedestal style sink. The lower level consists of a third bedroom, a full bath, and an open media room space with double French doors opening to a beautiful stone patio with a trellis and a flat grassy landscaped garden (designed by Jay Thayer Landscape Architecture).
The full garage accommodates one car, and provides lots of storage, laundry and a separate work area. Located in sought-after Miraloma Park, this home is just one block from Mollie Stone`s, Starbuck`s, and public transportation. View virtual tour.
Perched along the eastern face of Mount Davidson, Miraloma Park boasts beautiful views and homes in a wide variety of architectural styles. Most of the neighborhood's homes were conceived as a single development constructed prior to WWII. Today, it is home to families of all ages and backgrounds. Mount Davidson is the highest hill in San Francisco and offers an abundance of invigorating walks with surprising views around every bend. Miraloma Park's proximity to Glen Canyon makes it an ideal destination for those who thrive on nature but can't always get out of the city. When it's time to venture back indoors, residents convene along the small commercial strip on Portola that serves the area. Here you'll find high-end groceries, coffee shops and bakeries, as well as basic services like a drugstore and gas station. While nights are quiet, many residents delight in the dining options afforded in nearby Glen Park and West Portal. Miraloma Park is home to a classic clubhouse built around 1940 and operated by the Miraloma Park Improvement Club. It hosts many private events as well as an annual holiday bazaar, just one of many events that encourage neighbors to get together.
Saturday, December 6th from 1-4 pm
Sunday, December 7th from 1-4 pm
Tuesday, December 9th from 1:30-3:00 pm
256 Fowler Avenue, San Francisco
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