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Yep, it's true, this newly rebuilt (to the studs in 2015) modern home is designed to bask in the very best of San Francisco’s panoramic western views. Simply stunning in every way, no stone unturned here! See the RECENT OWNER’S upgrades list below to appreciate all that this 4 bedroom / 3 bathroom home now has to offer. Flooded with natural light through a series of skylights implanted into its vaulted ceilings, the home’s 2015 remodel was enhanced with a striking lava stone gas fireplace, white oak flooring, a fabulous kitchen featuring Bosch appliances and satin granite counters. Bathrooms are outfitted with Duravit hardware and Ann Sacks tile. A large deck wraps the lower level and is accessible through a large media room and also the primary suite. A large garage allows for 2-car side-by-side parking. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac perched up above 9th & Irving’s bustling shops and restaurants, and in close proximity to West Portal and GG Park. Also to note for family-minded buyers, moving into Forest Knolls is expected to be particularly strategic in getting into SF public schools with the new school assignment system starting in 2025.
Recent Owner’s Upgrades
Included in the home sale
The following can be included in the home sale:
Forest Knolls is centrally located on the San Francisco map with distinctive characteristics that transport residents and visitors to an environment that feels far from city life.
Residential streets in Forest Knolls come with a variety of housing, often in a Mid-Century Modern style. A collection of single-family homes, condominiums, duplexes, and bigger multi-unit properties are filled with a wide variety of residents from families and longtime residents, to students and professionals that work at the nearby medical campus. The steep hillsides upon which these homes are built boast remarkable views from every corner of the neighborhood.
With an elevation of 909 feet, Mount Sutro sits in the neighborhood’s northern sector and is as one of San Francisco’s original Seven Hills, with the majority of its land owned by the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Approximately 80 percent of Mount Sutro is naturally covered by a dense forest, primarily made up of eucalyptus trees, its oldest ones standing over 100 feet tall.
At the most northern point of this neighborhood sits the University of California Medical Center, which spills over into the bordering Inner Sunset. UCSF is a world-renowned center of research, patient care, and education and widely regarded as one of the world’s leading universities in health sciences.
Neighboring districts offer Forest Knolls all of the niceties of urban living while its natural surrounding habitat provides a tranquil environment tucked away in the center of the city.