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163 San Leandro Way

San Francisco, CA 94127


  • SFH - Unfurnished
  • Leased
  • 4 Beds
  • 2.5 Baths
  • 3,300 SqFt

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      Rent: $10,200

      Bed/Bath: 4bd / 2.5ba

      Type: SFH – Unfurnished

      Parking:  1-car detached garage prkg (add'l driveway prkg)

      Terms:  1 Year Lease Terms

      Available: Now


Elegant St. Francis Wood Home

This elegant Colonial-style home is situated in the lush park setting of St. Francis Wood and offers the charm of period details and the convenience and style of an updated home.

Main Level:

  • Pristine wood floors throughout with inlaid details
  • Spacious living room with wood-burning fireplace and sandstone hearth, recessed lighting and crown moldings
  • Formal dining room with vaulted ceilings, wainscoting, a wall of windows, and additional fireplace with sandstone hearth surround
  • Half bath in hallway between formal dining and kitchen
  • Open floor plan kitchen features pendant/recessed lighting and includes stainless steel appliances, Viking range/stove top-exhaust, an abundance of marble counter space and cabinetry, double sink at kitchen window, modern linear hardware, and multiple outlets for counter appliances
  • Breakfast area eat-in kitchen, dining and sliding doors to outside
  • Large family room off the kitchen perfect for more informal family gatherings
  • Bricked patio area perfect for dining Al Fresco just off the kitchen - leading to the fully enclosed landscaped yard with Hydrangea, Geranium, Flax, Boxwood and Yucca plants just to name a few.

Upper Level:

  • Ascend the wide staircase to the second level of the home where you will find four spacious bedrooms.
  • Each bedroom has custom built out closets with automatic lighting feature.
  • Master suite provides a fully renovated fresh & sophisticated bath with double vanity, contemporary tile, glass surround shower, and a walk-in closet
  • Three additional generously sized bedrooms with custom closets and window coverings
  • Updated full bath with glass surround shower and modern vanity with lighting

Basement Level:

  • Whitewashed walls and tile flooring with an additional storage area


  • 1-car detached garage with long driveway allowing parking for 3+ vehicles


Enjoy access to wonderful private playgrounds, and tennis courts. Nearby schools include Lowell High School, Mercy High School, Archbishop Riordan High School, SF Waldorf High School, Ruth Asawa SF School of the Arts, and St. Ignatius.


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Monterey Blvd


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War broke out in 1914 just as the first residential lots in St. Francis Wood were offered for sale, and it wasn’t until five years later, in 1919, that new home construction would begin to take off.

For its early residents, however, it was well worth the wait.

Here, tight restrictions on what builders could and could not do were strictly enforced. Off limits were apartment buildings, stables, saloons, and mortuaries, as were any structure that blocked a neighbor’s view or sunlight (including overhanging extensions and balconies).

What resulted were homes that, much like Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights to the north, were built to the highest standard, with no luxury spared.

Today, St. Francis Wood remains as elegant as it was first imagined, drawing discriminating yet friendly buyers who are proud to make this enclave in the City their home.

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Living Here

While everything you need can be found just minutes away, the streets of St. Francis Wood themselves are purely residential.

Here, you’ll see fountains and ornate gateways, Eucalyptus shade trees and towering pines, buried utility lines (evidence that planners intended to create a distinctive home environment), and beautifully landscaped curving lanes that lead to distinguished, grand-scale homes.


John Galen Howard, the noted Beaux Arts-era architect, designed the gates at the St. Francis Boulevard/Portola Drive entry, as well as the fountain in the circular plaza on St. Francis Boulevard.

Why St. Francis Wood?

From its earliest days, St. Francis Wood was developed with the intention of designing homes that lived in harmony with the area’s natural settings. Here, large homes rest on spacious parkland (the sons of Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., the visionary behind Central Park and the public spaces at Yosemite National Park, were charged with ensuring this balance) and are loving cared for by friendly neighbors who know just how rare a gem their City neighborhood is.

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