On a lovely cul-de-sac, tree-lined street in the lovely Westbrae neighborhood, sits this gorgeous 1936 residence, which is filled with surprises. Architectural details abound, including soaring ceilings, walls of unique windows and tons of custom built-ins.
Enter the beautiful living room with gleaming hardwood floors, then meander into the architect-designed family room, with its double-height ceilings, standalone stove and custom built-ins — including library shelves with their own ladder. The open kitchen is at the heart of the home, which also offers two spacious bedrooms, two full baths and a convenient laundry room. A wood-clad upstairs loft area, previously used as an additional bedroom, will be a perfect sunny office or guest room.
Walk through French doors from the family room to the private, lush backyard, which is filled with mature plants. A true retreat!
This home could not have a more central location. It is tucked between the Westbrae Beer Garden area and Monterey Market, mere seconds to everything this vibrant neighborhood has to offer.