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This mid-century modern view home is perched on an oversized lot at the base of Mt. Davidson mountain in the exclusive neighborhood of Sherwood Forest.
The main floor of the fully detached home offers a living room with hardwood floors and a wood-burning fireplace, but you’ll almost miss these features when you walk in the room, as your eyes will certainly be diverted to the jaw dropping views from the South Bay to the Pacific Ocean.
The floor plan is wonderful for entertaining, as the dining and living areas flow together and also open to the large covered porch, bringing the outside in. Your guests can walk out the door to get a breath of fresh air, or they can stay warm and cozy inside, enjoying the stunning views all the same.
The functional kitchen is adjacent to the living areas and has ample storage, and there is a convenient powder room on the main level, useful for both guests and everyday use.
A room off of the garage was added early in this home’s history; this would be great space for an informal family room, a home gym, a craft room, or a playroom. There also is a bonus utility room/kitchenette adjacent to this room, offering even more space for the new owners to enjoy.
Upstairs is the desirable but hard-to-find floor plan of three bedrooms/two bathrooms on one level. In addition to the master suite, there are two additional bedrooms and a second full bathroom. These two bedrooms open to a light-filled sunroom with sky lights and views galore – perhaps one of the best spots in the Bay from which to work from home.
A two-car garage with interior access, laundry and plenty of storage round out the home.
442 Lansdale is located just a short walk from the many hiking trails of Mt. Davidson, and it’s just minutes to the shops and restaurants of Glen Park, West Portal and Sunnyside. Mollie Stones is just a 5 minute drive, and there is easy access to public transportation, highways, and more!
Overview of 442 Lansdale
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Sherwood Forest is perched on the southwest slope of Mount Davidson, the City's highest hill at 927 feet. This tiny neighborhood is patterned around the tale of Robin Hood with street names such as Lansdale, Dalewood and, of course, Robinhood, the highest residential street in the City. Original globe streetlights still grace the small community thoroughfares, which feel a world apart from their more urban neighbors. There are only single-family homes in this small enclave of about 200 homes, some dating back to the 1930s by famed architects Julia Morgan, Timothy Pflueger and Harold G. Stoner. From colonials to manor houses, the homes reflect an elegant and serene atmosphere. South of Sherwood Forest lies Westwood Highlands, another small enclave. Many streets end with "wood" (Brentwood, Hazelwood, Burlwood), thus providing the neighborhood's nickname "the woods." Marked with obscure wrought iron signs, Westwood Highlands has 283 residences built in the late 1920s with the look and feel of an English village. The neighborhood association dates back to 1924 when the Residential Development Company of San Francisco established Westwood Highlands as one of the earliest planned residential communities in the country. Most residents are long-term and turnover is rare. Both hillside neighborhoods benefit from lovely views. The Mount Davidson Stairway Walk meanders through a variety of flora and views of neighboring West Portal, where shops and restaurants can be found.