Super-quaint English Tudor in Forest Hill asks $2 million

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As if picture windows overlooking the forest and Sutro Tower weren't enough, this 1917 English Tudor–style home turns up the charm with romantic cottage vibes.


A sweet garden announces a front door with leaded and stained glass panels, which open onto a jewel box foyer. To the left is the high-drama sunken living room with high ceilings, the original wood paneling and hardwood floors, and a baronial stone fireplace, all encased in two walls of windows.

A formal, banquet-sized dining room with a canopy has ornate plaster moldings, wood paneling, and windows looking onto the garden. Also on the bottom level is a simple but size-able kitchen with white quartz counters and a light-filled breakfast nook—you can almost hear the birds chirping outside the corner windows.

Take the open banister staircase up to a small balcony above the living room and wander on to three bedrooms with en suite baths. A large master bedroom is the largest of the spaces with a cozy sitting alcove, sweeping walk-in closet and vintage-looking bath with a walk-in shower and standalone soaking tub.

On the bottom level is another large area that can be used as a game room, fitness center, or guest bedroom. It's perfectly quaint with a touch of old world charm, worthy for any modern day Snow White.

Location: 1 Marcela Ave. (Forest Hill)

Size: 3,753 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3.5

Asking price: $1,995,000

// For more information, visit redfin.com.

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