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Mary Lou Castellanos presents:

Classic Jordan Park Home

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  • 1906 single-family home renovated and expanded by local builder Joe Toboni
  • 5 bedrooms and 3.5 baths arranged over 4 levels
  • Approximately 3,909 square feet (per graphic artist)
  • Newly painted and refinished hardwood floors, some with inlaid feature strips
  • Elevated entrance begins with a true divided light door opening to a fully enclosed porch with signature stained glass window; a second door, with beveled-edge glass, opens to the classic foyer
  • Formal living room recalls the home’s early heritage with a bowed wall of front windows, coffered ceiling, and tall paneled wainscot
  • Formal dining room, concealed by pocket doors, features tall wainscot, a coffered ceiling with chandelier, and entire wall of vintage china cabinetry with mirrored backsplash and serving counter
  • Remodeled kitchen with cherry cabinetry topped in granite slab, walk-in pantry, casual dining area with banquette seating, and French door to the deck with steps to the yard
  • Stainless steel appliances include a Viking gas range, Bosch dishwasher, and Sub-Zero refrigerator
  • Second-floor master bedroom and remodeled en suite bath in Carrara marble and tile with rainspout and hand-held shower
  • Two additional second-floor bedrooms, each with direct access to a shared bath with two pedestal sinks, heated honeycomb tile floor, and tub with overhead shower
  • Top-floor bedroom plus large recreation room with windows all around overlooking City and park views; sliding glass doors open to a fresh-air balcony
  • Lower-level family room, with wall of built-in cabinetry and French doors to the south-facing rear yard, plus a separate bedroom and bath with large frameless glass shower
  • Other features include: guest powder room; lower-level laundry room with sink and washer-dryer hookups; attached 2-car garage with temperature-controlled wine cellar including racking for 300+ bottles; security alarm
  • Walk Score of 92, Transit Score of 77, Bike Score of 85
  • 4 blocks to The Presidio National Park and 3 blocks to Laurel Village or Clement Street for shops and restaurants
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Contact Mary Lou Castellanos
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Mary Lou Castellanos

Sotheby's International Realty

DRE# 00905399

415.901.1769 office

415.640.0135 mobile

415.901.1701 fax


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