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Welcome home! This incredibly rare Craftsman Cottage in the Lake Street Neighborhood, bordering Sea Cliff will take your breath away. This extraordinary home was built in 1916 and preserves all the gorgeous period details not found anywhere else. The entry staircase ascends to dramatic open concept main-level. The magnificent living room boasts a wood-burning fireplace with a wood & tile surround and a picture window with gorgeous views. The formal dining room opens up to a balcony perfect for al-fresco dining or just lounging and soaking in the absolutely stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands. The spacious and well-laid out kitchen features an commercial stainless gas stove with hood, wood cabinets and large pantry. A full bath with jetted shower rounds off the top-level. Descend the spiral stair case to uncover a second bedroom and large master bedroom and en-suite adorned with a cast-iron claw foot tub perfect for that long, relaxing bath.

 

Neighborhood


Lake Street

Lake District is named for Lake Street, which acts as the border between this delightful neighborhood and the Presidio. The big attractions for residents are many-fold, including good schools, substantial 100-year-old homes, and daily access to the open spaces of the Presidio, Baker Beach, and the Presidio Golf Course. Tennis and Basketball enthusiasts will find courts close by, along with a playground for younger children.

A well-manicured and affluent neighborhood, the streets are quiet and tree-lined, displaying a blend of stately, immaculate Edwardians and grand Victorians. Many of the area homes boast large backyards, providing a chance to escape the grind of city life, and giving kids a place to run. Schools, both public and private are exceptional. On the private side, Adda Clevenger Prep and the prestigious Katherine Burke School for girls offer a high caliber K-8 education. Frank McCoppin, the public elementary school has a notable reputation, having scored an 827 of the California API.

Clement Street, offers extensive shopping and dining for locals. The district is renowned for its variety of affordable ethnic restaurants, produce markets, and well-appointed specialty stores.

 

Sea Cliff, SF


Sea Cliff is majestic with its fabled views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the headlands of Marin, and the pristine open spaces of Lands End. This dramatic setting combines to create a singularly unique backdrop for the stately mansions of Sea Cliff. Take a moment to take in the towering cypress trees, caressed with the glistening fog of late afternoon, and you’ll think you’ve passed into paradise. Sea Cliff is perhaps the crown jewel of San Francisco’s many remarkable neighborhoods. Sea Cliff maintains an air of privacy, even in the midst of massive multi-million dollar homes and expansive, manicured lawns. In the mix of architecture you’ll find a flair of Spanish Mission Style, French Beaux Arts, English Tudor, and Normandy style chalets. At the highest point overlooking Sea Cliff is Lincoln Park. There you’ll discover an immaculate golf course, as well as the impressive Beaux-arts Palace of the Legion of Honor. Consider this museum your own personal cultural haven, with monthly showcases of international art, popular exhibitions, and lectures.

China Beach, a steep walk down from Sea Cliff, boasts swimming and ocean-access that is some of the best in the city. Follow the 104 steps of wooden walkway and discover this small, protected beach on the Golden Gate. You’ll know why its such a drawn for families with kids. And at the right hour of day, you’ll find Sea Lions, basking on nearby rocks who seem to like the beach just as much as the people. Sea Cliff offers great accessibility to surrounding neighborhoods, including the Outer Richmond, and yet feels like a world apart. Once you’ve enjoyed the shopping and dining along Clement and Geary Streets, you may never want to leave.



Floor Plans




Schedule

Open Houses:
Saturday 10/27: 2-4

Sunday 10/28: 2-4

Thursday 11/1: 5-7

Saturday 11/3: 2-4

Sunday 11/4: 2-4

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday 10/30: 11-12:30

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Subhi Barakat
415-533-4600 mobile
sbarakat@apr.com
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Contact

Subhi Barakat

Subhi Barakat

Real Estate ProfessionalAlain Pinel RealtorscalDRE# 02015481415-533-4600 mobilewww.subhibarakat.com