While Forest Hill remains one of San Francisco’s most frustrating neighborhoods—its overarching NIMBY mindset has quashed much-needed housing, most notably this 150-unit development—it’s also one of the city’s most precious. Take, for example, this wedgewood-colored Spanish Mediterranean at 325 Dorantes Avenue, which lands on the market for $1.575 million.
Featuring three bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, and 1,771 square feet, this charming abode starts off with a double-arched vestibule leading to a beveled glass front door. Inside you’ll find a corner barrel-front fireplace, arched windows, and archways. Curvy, to say the least.
There’s also heaps of gorgeous hardwood flooring, French doors, a beautifully renovated kitchen with blue cabinetry, renovated bathrooms, bay windows galore, and a spacious patio with brick, lawn, and a smattering of trees.
And finally, a shout out to the landscaped front yard with drought-resistant flora. In a word, lovely.
The listing it through Andrew Herrera II of Berkshire Hathaway-Franciscan.