Presented by Shagley Team - Earl, Carren & Jennifer
Spectacular View Home in Wonderful Location
This fine home was rebuilt in 2003 and is composed of 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, boasting great views on all levels and from the yard. Set on a quiet, verdant street in calm Bernal Heights, this property is fit for elegant social evenings with friends, mornings in recharging with family, and everything in between.
From the entrance, a short staircase leads to the expansive open entertainment/living and dining level. An entrancing view complements the large living space which opens to an elegant, remodeled kitchen. The Bertazzoni range and slab quartz countertops help make this kitchen a chef’s joy, and the state-of- the-art bamboo cabinets, stainless refrigerator, wine cabinet, and red tile backsplash make the space both ecologically sound and beautiful. A half bath and closet complete this level.
Sitting above this great room is an open, loft-like room with view and full tumbled marble bath. A personal deck offers a wonderful space to enjoy morning coffee or afternoon cocktails. The lower level below the entry offers a Master Bedroom with ensuite bath and deck with easy access to the garden and patio. Two bedrooms, a full, bath and a cozy family room complete the lower floor. Together, these two levels feel like an extensive suite with privacy from the large entertainment area above. The flourishing garden, awash in luscious blooms, also includes an open area for outdoor sunning or barbecuing.
128 Montcalm St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Bernal Heights is a sprawling neighborhood atop one of the steepest peaks in San Francisco. While it is not an obvious tourist destination, nor heavily visited by San Franciscans in general, the community within its borders keep a bustling small-town feel equipped with all of the essentials of life.
Curving down the center of the neighborhood is Cortland Avenue, the main commercial thoroughfare as well as Mission Street in its southern quarter. The entire neighborhood is a hotbed for artists, restaurants, and small-business owners putting down roots around every corner. It is no exaggeration that the community resembles a small town; they even have their own newspaper, the Bernal Journal.
Bernal Heights is alive with green spaces, filled with kids and dogs. On the south end of the district is Holly Park, and at the top of the hill is the massive Bernal Heights Park with views that give way to the downtown skyline, and one of the most popular off-leash dog parks in the city. North of that is Precita Park, recently revived with the arrival of Precita Park Cafe, which shares its sidewalks with the many families that congregate around the northern border of the district.
Bernal Heights is one of the best-kept secrets of San Francisco, a city within a city, hiding behind the chaos while creating its own uniquely invigorating pace of life.