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Renovated 1920s Forest Hill Spanish Mediterranean Asks for $1.9 Million

A touch of SoCal aesthetics in SF

Take a break from the Victorians and check out this Spanish Mediterranean at 460 Pacheco. This single family home starts out at under $2 million featuring distinctive 1920s-era architecture. A perfect spot Los Angelenos who miss home.

Details: three bedrooms, three baths, fireplace, dining room, hardwood floors, clubhouse, vaulted ceilings, built-in bookcases, breakfast room, stenciled beams, and arched windows.

The house was the brainchild of Charles Strothoff. It will definitely score more than asking, we assume. And Forest Hill is a great little family neighborhood in the city. Another bonus, a few blocks away from Golden Gate Heights Park.

A bigger bonus? All of that gorgeous wood.