143 Galewood Circle is a spacious single family home that has been meticulously updated and maintained by the current owners who have loved every minute of living here. Within the past few years some upgrades include all new hardwood floors throughout, recessed lighting, kitchen counters and backsplash, all new high end appliances, lighting fixtures, crown mouldings, new interior doors, fresh interior paint, etc. This is a large property, spread out over 3 levels, boasting 4 spacious bedrooms, 3.5 baths, an amazing "outdoor room" and patio with firepit, and 2-car side by side garage parking. The master suite features two walk-in closets, serene wooded views, a newly renovated bathroom, and access to a massive storage area in the attic. Outstanding floor plan with many walls creating opportunities to display artwork, family photos, etc. There are also multiple storage spaces and a great laundry area.
Galewood Circle is one of those special, unique San Francisco communities hidden in plain sight within the Forest Knolls neighborhood. Practically in the center of the City, there is easy access to fabulous restaurants, shopping, schools, parks, a playground, and public transportation in virtually every direction. This is a rare opportunity, not to be missed!
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Forest Knolls is part of the Twin Peaks district and encompasses Mt. Sutro and the University of California Medical Center. It also borders the Laguna Honda Hospital and the neighborhoods of Forest Hill and Parnassus Heights. As early as 1912, the neighborhood of Forest Hill began as lots for single-family homes that were carved from a 4,000-acre ranch. In 1918, the Twin Peaks tunnel was opened and people started inhabiting the Forest Hill area.
Today, Forest Hill is a an exclusive, and beautifully landscaped area with curving lanes, hills and several examples of Bernard Maybeck architecture, including the Forest Hill Clubhouse. The streets and common areas are beautifully maintained by the Forest Hill Association. Mature trees shade single-story homes built over garages or two-story houses with gables and Tudor styling on many streets. Older homes are often remodeled and converted into lovely apartments.
The neighborhood features points of interest such as the elegant Grand Pacheco Stairway that connects Magellan Drive to Castenada Avenue. West Portal offers one of the most pleasant shopping districts in the city, a medley of restaurants, salons, coffee shops, antique dealers, and flower shops. Parking is abundant and Muni runs several lines to and from the area.