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Exceedingly darling Forest Hill Spanish Mediterranean asks $1.57M

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Built in 1926

Blue facade fronts a landscaped yard featuring drought-resistant plants.
Exterior with landscaped yard featuring drought-resistant plants.

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.

Entryway and foyer with archway and glass front door and hardwood floors.
Entryway and foyer.
Living room with light blue chairs, beige sofa with blue pillows, hardwood flooring, and arched window.
Living room.
Corner barrel-front fireplace made of bricks and painted gray.
Corner barrel-front fireplace.
Renovated kitchen with blue cabinets and stainless steel appliances, like dishwasher, and some hardwood flooring.
Renovated kitchen.
Master bedroom with bay windows overlooking trees outside.
A massive bay window highlights the master bedroom.
Rear patio with brick flooring and trees looking up at the two-story house.
Rear patio.