Welcome to this bright, fully detached home on one of the best blocks of . 230 Tocoloma embodies the charm and spirit of 1930s style with well-preserved details throughout like ornate crown moldings, rare Moorish arches, and original oak hardwood floors with walnut inlays.
The living room has an ornate, wood-burning fireplace and adjacent formal dining room with access to the airy center patio. You’ll love the vintage kitchen with its O’Keefe and Merritt stove and large eat-in breakfast room complete with built-in benches.
There are two spacious bedrooms overlooking the garden, and a lovely remodeled bath with black and white tile work and marble pedestal sink. The large garage has interior access, washer/dryer hookups, and expansion potential.
One of the best things about this home is its amazing garden, which features mature rose bushes, fruit-producing apple tree, irrigation system and upper terrace with Bay views. There’s also a kids’ playhouse, tool shed and ample space for grilling and entertaining.
Little Hollywood is one of San Francisco’s most unique, up-and-coming neighborhoods. It’s a commuter’s paradise that boasts easy access to the South Bay via the Caltrain station and 101, as well as Muni lines to downtown.
Spend a Saturday at recently refurbished Little Hollywood Park, which has a basketball court, children’s play area, and picnic tables. Or head to the library, bank or market on Leland Avenue and the new grocery store on Bayshore. There are also big residential and retail plans for the former Schlage Lock factory and Candlestick Park.