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Prime West Portal Location-Detached Grand Spanish Mediterranean. Abundant light & space with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and family room to patio and private garden.
Main Level: This level offers a sunken formal living room with a rounded fireplace and period tile, a formal dining room with arches, columns, and ironwork. Updated kitchen opens to breakfast area with built-in cabinets and side deck. There are 2 bedrooms at the end of the hall that overlooks the garden with mature trees and flowers, and 1 full bathroom with period tile offering a separate shower and bathtub. Parquet and hardwood floors throughout with star pattern parquet in the foyer area.
Upper Level: Bright and large bedroom with private half bathroom with neighborhood outlook.
Lower Level: Step down to a large family room with an alcove area, separate bedroom, and full bathroom. The alcove area is perfect for home office use or can be converted to a mudroom. There is direct access to the patio and garden from the family room and bedroom.
The garage has ample storage space, laundry area, separate side entrance, high ceilings, and parking for 2 cars.
Just a few blocks to West Portal Village, MUNI Tunnel, library, park, schools, shopping & dining
Located in the southwest portion of San Francisco (and sometimess referred to as part of the Sunset), Parkside boasts a somewhat suburban feel. To the east, Inner Parkside is a picturesque gathering of gorgeously manicured homes. For great boutique shopping, the nearby West Portal neighborhood makes a superb offering, and features a multitude of delightful cafes and restaurants. To the west, Outer Parkside highlights a selection of Henry Doelger developed homes, from the 30s and 40s. They are generally one-story over a garage, many of which have been reconfigured as in-law units. The Parkside neighborhoods offer an engaging mix of families, retirees and students from SF State.l on streets like Escolta Way, with individual homes and small, though charming, front yards. In its center, adjacent to well-regarded Abraham Lincoln High School, the unique Sunset Reservoir spans eight square blocks, and is something of a surprise in San Francisco's urban environment. In line with California's green energy pursuit, the areas will soon boast California's largest solar voltaic collection system.