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Monday PM Modernism

In St. Francis Wood, circa 1949, and designed by Angus Sweeney, a protege of Willis Polk who continued with the firm after Polk's death. He eventually designed the original Stonestown Mall and probably more of bland San Francisco than you can shake a shingle at. Second brush with greatness as the local architect for Belluschi and Nervi's St Mary's Cathedral. Which is looking better and better. Four bedrooms, three baths, one half, garage and fireplace in a neat masonry and redwood package with a little early Bauhaus thrown in. Back yard is dominated by an immense swimming pool. Please tell us it's heated. $1,795,000
· 130 Santa Ana Avenue [Barbagelata]