The startlingly sloped angles on the roof of this circa 1935 Tudor home show off a lot of gorgeous tile, making this place a standout in the neighborhood. Once inside, you'll find that this house loves its warm colors with interiors painted in bright red, soft rose, and mellow dijon tones.
All of it is dramatic, to say the least.
20 Santa Rita Avenue is a big mix of visual elements that pop with extreme contrasts, including a 19-foot ceiling with open staircase in the living room.
The four bedroom, three and a half bath, 4,330-square-foot house will set you back at least $2.69 million. It last sold last for $1.6 million in 2002 ($2.13 million after inflation). The address is right up there in the winding Forest Hill avenues near Golden Gate Heights Park, about 1,500 feet from the Muni station.
Even the fireplaces have Tudor arches. And if you look closely, you'll see that the wet bar in the library (because let's face it, most libraries could use a wet bar) has a series of back-lit stained glass panels. Stunning.
Also of note: The French doors in the dining room are original, and the master bath includes a sauna.