Midtown Terrace Home

186 Dellbrook Ave., San Francisco, CA 94131

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Nestled on a picturesque hillside adorned with fragrant eucalyptus trees, this cheerful 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home, built in year 1956,  blends tasteful updates with original period details. Fully detached with hardwood floors throughout, the 1,615 square foot (per architect) property is flooded with natural light, and every window in the house looks out onto green space. The finishes in the house reflect a modern style while keeping the mid-century feel. Brand new lighting and a fresh coat of paint are just icing on the cake.

The living room and attached dining area are bright and welcoming. With an elegant fireplace and large picture window, you can enjoy beautiful sunsets in the evening with colors of which will take your breath away. The eat-in kitchen features Caesarstone countertops and crisp white cabinets.

Two sunny bedrooms boast large closets and tranquil views. A lovely shared bath with a soaking tub completes the main floor. Downstairs, the sun-kissed master suite is warm and luxurious, with a walk-in closet and a huge private bath with a double vanity and spacious shower. In the master bedroom, beautiful French doors look out onto the lush backyard. Outside, the landscaped backyard is filled with flowering trees, green grass, and colorful shrubs.

  • 3 bed / 2 bath mid-century home
  • 1-car garage attached
  • Year built in 1956 (per tax)
  • 1,615 sqft (per architect)
  • Washer & dryer
  • Plentiful storage
  • Fully detached with an abundance of natural light
  • Freshly painted with new light fixtures
  • Hardwood floors throughout
  • Large windows in every room
  • Elegant wood-burning decorative fireplace
  • Serene hillside views
  • Spacious garden-level master suite
  • Beautiful landscaped backyard
  • Easy access to public transit
  • Shop and dine in nearby West Portal and Diamond Heights


Interactive Floor Plan

Interactive Plans


Sutro Tower rises dramatically above the charming mid-century homes of Midtown Terrace. With most of its houses built in the 1950’s, Midtown Terrace is one of the city’s most recently developed neighborhoods. Perched high on the western slope of Twin Peaks, this peaceful enclave is surrounded by lush forests, reservoirs and open space, with spectacular views from the Pacific Ocean to the West all the way to downtown San Francisco and the sparkling Bay to the East. Residents smile and greet each other by name, often rolling in the garbage cans or even pet sitting for a neighbor who’s out of town. The community enjoys a range of local events including the annual Midtown Terrace block party, Easter Egg Hunt, Holiday Dinner, biannual garage sales, and much more.

Midtown Terrace is an oasis all its own, with only a fire station, church, and one of the top rated elementary schools in city within its boundaries. There is, refreshingly, very little traffic on the quiet streets, and unlike the rest of San Francisco, parking is plentiful and unregulated. But despite its suburban feel, the neighborhood is surprisingly convenient. Walk to Twin Peaks Plaza, where you’ll find Mollie Stone’s and Tower Burger. Nearby West Portal boasts tasty restaurants, cozy cafes, and charming boutiques, and the Diamond Heights Shopping Center has all the essentials including a Safeway, a post office, and more. Portola Avenue turns into Market Street and takes you into the heart of the city, or walk to Forest Hill Station for a quick MUNI ride downtown. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, explore Laguna Honda Reservoir, Mt Davidson, and Sutro Forest. Kids will love the newly renovated Midtown Terrace Playground; nearby schools include Rooftop Elementary and Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts. Welcome to one of the city’s best-kept secrets!



The Krishnan Team