Bed/Bath: 3bd / 2ba
Type: Single Family Home-Unfurnished
Parking: 2-car garage pkg
Terms: 1 Year Lease Terms
Sunny & Spacious Midtown Terrace Single Family Home w/ 2-Car Garage.
This rarely available home is situated in one of the quietest cul-de-sac blocks in Midtown Terrace! Great convenient location –just a 5 minute drive to the Diamond Heights Shopping Center, Castro Village and West Portal shopping area. Walk to Mollie Stone’s shopping strip with Starbucks, CVS Pharmacy and restaurants. Also close to Muni, Bart, Highways 101 & 280.
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 full bathrooms with operable skylights
- Approximately 1650 sq ft
- Electric fireplace with remote control
- Hardwood floors throughout
- Lush treetop views from living room and kitchen adding privacy & ambiance
- Remodeled kitchen w/ brand new countertops & top of the line appliances
- Patio perfect for kids play area or patio dining
- Brand new roller shade window coverings throughout
- New furnace
- Brand new washer/dryer
- Tons of storage
- 2-car double door garage
- Pets OK
- Walk Score 70: Walk-able area; most errands can be accomplished on foot
- Transit Score 68: Good transit; with several Muni lines closeby, including the 48-Quintara-24th Street, 37-Corbett, and the K/L/M-Owl Lines.
Nestled into the San Francisco hills above Portola Drive sits the neighborhood of Midtown Terrace; bordered by Clarendon Heights, Twin Peaks, and Forest Hill. This charming neighborhood is home to a plethora of quaint, well-maintained, mid-century styled homes arranging in rows on terraced streets surrounded by greenbelts, forests, reservoirs, and open space. Nearby parks inlcude Glen Canyon Park, Douglass Playground, and Christopher Playground.
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More About Midtown Terrace
Nestled into the San Francisco hills above Portola Drive sits the neighborhood of Midtown Terrace; bordered by Clarendon Heights, Twin Peaks, and Forest Hill. This charming neighborhood is home to a plethora of quaint, well-maintained, mid-century styled homes arranging in rows on terraced streets surrounded by greenbelts, forests, reservoirs, and open space.
Most homes in Midtown Terrace were built between 1956–1960 and feature modern floor plans, large garages, and surrounding City views with the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Bay to the South; as described by the neighborhood’s association group. The neighborhood’s beautiful and wild surroundings, clean and quiet streets, convenient location, and small town atmosphere make for a suburban oasis found in the heart of the City.
Next door to Midtown Terrace is Forest Hill, an exclusive and beautifully landscaped neighborhood with curving lanes, hills, and several examples of Bernard Maybeck architecture including the Forest Hill Clubhouse. Mature trees shade single-story homes built over garages or two-story houses with gables and Tudor styling on many streets. Older homes are often remodeled and converted into lovely apartments. The neighborhood features points of interest such as the elegant Grand Pacheco Stairway that connects Magellan Drive to Castenada Avenue. West Portal offers one of the most pleasant shopping districts in the city, a medley of restaurants, salons, coffee shops, antique dealers, and flower shops. Parking is abundant and Muni runs several lines to and from the area.