Time to Nest. 1928 Tudor Style Home in Miraloma Park. On the main level of the home are the living room, formal dining room, kitchen, and two bedrooms. The well-appointed living room has a fireplace, cathedral ceiling and a classic floor-to-ceiling arched window showcasing a view of Marin Headlands and neighborhood homes. The formal dining room leads to the renovated kitchen with marble counters, charming breakfast nook and a view of the lushly landscaped garden. The master bedroom with garden outlook and guest bedroom are separated by a stylish renovated bathroom. The lower level boasts a third bedroom and separate bath.
Listed by: Linda Harrison, Sotheby's International Realty
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.
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