77 Christopher Drive San Francisco CA 94131

Forest Knolls Enchantment
Exclusively Offered at $1,200,000

In the Enchanting Forest Knolls lies a special home waiting for you. Just steps from Clarendon Elementary.

A room for every want! Immaculate and Very private, this home faces the Sutro Forest Green Belt of Forest Knolls on one side and the canyon views on the other. Mid-century modern in style, it offers a welcoming flow; the main level features the living room with wood burning fireplace and dining room both with verdant hillside views, a remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, gas stove, custom cabinetry and tile floors.

4-bedrooms and 3-baths this home bodes 1 large Master en suite bedroom with canyon hill views and bath with a surround of Italian, glass mosaic tiles by Bisazza, along with two additional bedrooms and one bathroom, all on the main living level!

The Downstairs level has been expanded, with permit, and includes an additional large bedroom, full bathroom with marble vanity top and Travertine flooring, and a lovely Great room perfect for gatherings or workouts, office or creative projects! It’s large with lots of windows and natural light. Exit through the sliding glass doors out to a large patio, garden with an established lemon tree and views of the hills.

Freshly painted interior and exterior and newly refinished wood floors throughout the living areas make this already immaculate home move-in ready. All windows are dual paned. The large two-car garage has roomy side-by-side parking with two separate garage doors, large extra closet for storage and a laundry area, all with interior level access to the Great room downstairs.

In your search for San Francisco homes, this is one not to be missed!


History:

Forest Knolls was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The area where Forest Knolls was built was part of an 1100-acre forest planted by former mayor Adolph Sutro, one of San Francisco’s most colorful characters. Sutro Forest and the forest on Mt Davidson are among the last remnants of these woods. Trees were cleared to build first Midtown Terrace, then Forest Knolls.

Before that, it was all part of Rancho San Miguel, a ranch with 2,000 cattle and 200 horses. Prior to Sutro purchasing of the land, it was owned by Jose Jesus Noe (whose name is memorialized in Noe Valley).

The following map, from 1927, shows the area of Sutro Forest from the early days. Trees were cleared to build first Midtown Terrace, then Forest Knolls.

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(Forest Hills Blog post - October 22, 2009: https://forestknolls.info/2009/10/22/history-of-forest-knolls/)

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