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Situated on a tree-lined block in one of the city's most coveted neighborhoods, 425 El Camino del Mar is an architectural masterpiece that achieves a contemporary and crisp aesthetic without sacrificing the warmth and comfort of home. While this Single Family Home is as meticulously designed as it is maintained, the benefits it offers extend beyond its fully detached walls: The property enjoys the peace, calm, and beauty of immediate surroundings reminiscent of a suburb. Meanwhile, it offers the convenience of San Francisco living and quick commutes to its central and downtown areas. This home generously captures direct afternoon light both indoors through its numerous skylights that sit atop breathtakingly high ceilings as well as outdoors with a spacious and private south back yard. At 425 El Camino del Mar, coming home will be the best part of your day.

  • Architecturally designed by Bernardo Urquieta & Chris Kurrle
  • John Wheatman designed kitchen with concrete counters and cherry cabinetry
  • 4 bedrooms, 3 baths
  • 2 car tandem garage with work-out area
  • South garden
  • Privacy fencing with custom concrete stairs and pavers. Exterior night lighting.
  • Oversized white oak entry door
  • Raised roof line entry with skylights
  • Sliding “barn” doors to kitchen at entry and formal dining
  • Hardwood floors and 3 carpeted bedrooms
  • Newer living and dining room picture windows
  • Wood burning fireplace in living room
  • White oak interior doors and custom hardware
  • Raised ceilings from original
  • Double paned windows except in kitchen
  • Zebra wood cabinetry in master bedroom and master bath
  • Marble counters and shower in master bath
  • Custom designed vanity sink in hall bath
  • Recessed lighting
  • Game room/family room with French Doors to south garden
  • Newer garage door
  • Separate laundry room                                                                   

4 bedrooms, 3 baths
Approx  3,100 Sq Ft. (per floor plan artist)
Built in 1951


Sea Cliff

Sea Cliff is majestic with its fabled views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the headlands of Marin, and the pristine open spaces of Lands End. This dramatic setting combines to create a singularly unique backdrop for the stately mansions of Sea Cliff. Take a moment to take in the towering cypress trees, caressed with the glistening fog of late afternoon, and you’ll think you’ve passed into paradise. Sea Cliff is perhaps the crown jewel of San Francisco’s many remarkable neighborhoods.

Sea Cliff maintains an air of privacy, even in the midst of massive multi-million dollar homes and expansive, manicured lawns. In the mix of architecture you’ll find a flair of Spanish Mission Style, French Beaux Arts, English Tudor, and Normandy style chalets. At the highest point overlooking Sea Cliff is Lincoln Park. There you’ll discover an immaculate golf course, as well as the impressive Beaux-arts Palace of the Legion of Honor. Consider this museum your own personal cultural haven, with monthly showcases of international art, popular exhibitions, and lectures.

China Beach, a steep walk down from Sea Cliff, boasts swimming and ocean-access that is some of the best in the city. Follow the 104 steps of wooden walkway and discover this small, protected beach on the Golden Gate. You’ll know why its such a drawn for families with kids. And at the right hour of day, you’ll find Sea Lions, basking on nearby rocks who seem to like the beach just as much as the people.

Sea Cliff offers great accessibility to surrounding neighborhoods, including the Outer Richmond, and yet feels like a world apart. Once you’ve enjoyed the shopping and dining along Clement and Geary Streets, you may never want to leave.


Open Houses:
Sunday, Sept 25th: 2-4p

Brokers Tour:
Tuesday, Sept 27th: 11:30a-1p

Additional Showings by Appointment:
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David Werboff

David Werboff

Broker AssociateSotheby's International RealtyCalBRE# 01978963415.317.0802 mobile415.901.1730