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Fashion comes and goes; but style is eternal.

                                                 - Coco Chanel         


The eternal style and grace of the spectacularly remodeled Tudor Manor House at 1600 Monterey Boulevard in St. Francis Wood, is a dream come true for all those that appreciate only the finest quality craftsmanship, materials, and construction. Originally designed in 1935 by famed architect, Alfred Henry Jacobs, this charming 4+ bedroom, two story residence, has been lovingly reimagined by its current owners to reflect the very best of the home’s warmth and elegance, while bringing its functionality and utility into the 21st Century. 

The home’s countless traditional architectural elements transport one to a different place and time. There is an unmistakable sense of unpretentious grandeur, and understated sophistication, in the finest tradition of a British Country “Cottage”. Yet the warmth and comfort of the home make it irresistibly inviting. 

Adding to the privacy and splendor of the stately home is its setting on a corner lot, adjacent to a neighborhood green belt/park, on one of the very best tree lined blocks of St. Francis Wood. 

Delightful neighborhood parks, first-rate public and private schools, easy access to public transport, refined and elegant shopping nearby, Avant-Garde restaurants and bars, immediate freeway access to Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Airport, less than three miles to Harding Park Golf Course and Lake Merced, and less than a mile more to the Olympic Golf Course, the San Francisco Golf Club, or the Beach: These are just a few of the additional benefits that await the new owners of this very special St. Francis Wood masterpiece. 


1600 Monterey Boulevard - Summary 

  • Majestic Tudor Style, thoughtfully and thoroughly renovated to achieve the highest level of modern form and function. 
  • 3,810 square foot (per graphic artist), 10 room, two story home, with partial basement (third story), and detached two car garage.
  • Four plus bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, plus a formal study / drawing room (or fifth bedroom) with fireplace and coffered ceilings.
  • Stately foyer, sunken living room (with fireplace), formal dining room, all with intricate architectural detail. 
  • Elegantly remodeled kitchen and breakfast room, overlooking the verdant gardens. 
  • 4,629 square foot corner lot, directly adjacent to a neighborhood green belt/ park. 

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Steven Mavromihalis
(415) 999-1113
[email protected]

Jessica Grimes
(415) 350-6669
[email protected]

Showings by appointment with 24 hour notice. 

Steven Mavromihalis


Broker Associate

DRE# 00888824

1.415.999.1113 mobile


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St. Francis Wood Tudor

St. Francis Wood keeps a low profile behind its gateways. Utility lines are buried underground and businesses are banned. This quiet, residential neighborhood of impressively large homes on generously sized lots is built on the "city beautiful plan" promoted by popular architect of the time, Daniel Burnham. Developed in the 1920s for the affluent families of San Francisco, with homes designed by the prominent architects of the day, including Julia Morgan, the showplace homes of St Francis Wood range in style from Normandy farmhouse to Spanish Mission, Georgian, and Tudor. The landscape architects Olmstead Brothers laid out the curving streets along 175 acres below Mt Davidson, and designed sunken gardens, loggias, fountains and pools to be reminiscent of the Italian Renaissance.

While businesses are prohibited, Stonestown Mall and the commercial district of West Portal provide convenient access to shopping. St Francis Wood is close to 19th Avenue that connects San Francisco to the airport and Silicon Valley to the south, and Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, and Marin to the north. The M-Ocean View and K-Ingleside street car lines takes residents to City College, San Francisco State, and West Portal, where commuters can connect to downtown destinations. Stern Grove, with its beloved redwoods and summer concert series is nearby.

Public schools nearby include San Francisco State University and Lowell High School, one of the best public High schools in the state, and the most sought after in the city.