1615 Monterey Boulevard

St. Francis Wood | San Francisco, CA

Offered at $6,500,000


Built in 1929, this spectacular home is a prime example of fine English Tudor architecture. Situated on an expansive quarter acre lot, this distinctive five-bedroom home inspires with its soaring roof lines, rolling lawns, lavish gardens, mature trees, huge south-facing back yard and prized location. With distinctive period detail, this rare home features a grand winding staircase, leaded and stained-glass windows, tall ceilings with decorative crown moldings, parquet and hardwood floors, ocean views and an optimal floor plan with large scale rooms. 

Conveniently located to St. Francis Wood’s Terrace Green Park playground and tennis courts, excellent schools, West Portal Village shopping and Highways 101/280.


  • Five Bedrooms (Primary & Guest Ensuite)
  • Primary with Walk-In Closets & Massive Sitting Room
  • Four Full Bathrooms & One-Half Bathroom
  • Grand Entry Hall with Impressive Circular Staircase
  • Formal Living Room with Charming Conservatory
  • Banquet-Size Dining Room for Elegant Entertaining
  • Remodeled Chef’s Kitchen with Slab Counters, Walk-In Pantry,
  • Two Dishwashers/Two Sinks & Stainless-Steel Appliances
  • Open & Bright Breakfast Room with Wide Bay Windows
  • Family Room, Guest Bedroom & Office on Lower Level
  • Two-Car Side-by-Side Garage with Four+ Guest Parking
  • Electronic Gate to Circular Parking Court


  • Built 1929 – Situated on a Rare One-Quarter Acre Lot
  • Interior Square Footage 3,920 (per Graphic Designer)
  • Idyllic Setting with Green Outlooks & Ocean Views
  • Superior Architectural Character & Period Detail
  • Stained Glass & Original Leaded Glass Windows
  • Parquet, Hardwood Floors & Wood Burning Fireplace
  • Expansive Lawns with In-Ground Auto-Irrigation
  • Mature Trees, Vibrant Landscape & Fenced Back Yard
  • Slate Tile Roof & Double Thermo-Paned Windows
  • Updated Electrical & Plumbing Systems
  • Abundant Storage & Large Closets



The developers of the St. Francis Wood, Mason and McDuffie, began planning the neighborhood more than 100 years ago, advertising St. Francis Wood as the city’s first residential park. The sales brochure touted lots that were twice the size of the average city lot, lush parks and boulevards to be designed by the Olmsted Brothers and streets lined with trees and plants. It was to be a planned community, a place that would appeal to families and to those seeking a grand lifestyle in a unique city setting. The majority of the neighborhood’s 540 homes were completed between the years of 1920 and 1940. While home styles range from Colonial Revival, Spanish Mediterranean to Tudor there is a common thread as all were built under the architectural guidance of the homeowners association. It is for this reason that the neighborhood was able to achieve homogeneity of scale, color and style and it remains that way today.

Conveniently located to St. Francis Wood’s Terrace Green Park playground and tennis courts, excellent schools, West Portal Village shopping and Highways 101/280.


Sunday, Sept. 11th
2PM – 4PM

Tuesday, Sept. 13th
1:30 – 3PM

Other Showings by Appointment, Please call Jane at 415-378-8635

Jane R. Poppelreiter

Details Matter

Exceptional client service is Jane Poppelreiter`s first priority. Her service oriented philosophy and focused attention to every detail of the buying and selling process has provided her clients with solid real estate investments and has earned her wide respect throughout the San Francisco real estate community.

Jane`s negotiation skills, confidence and expert ability to formulate deals that work are the result of her years of experience and ultimately is the value that she offers her clients. With an impressive list of clients Jane has proven herself as a polished professional, pairing innovative marketing and selling strategies with excellent communication skills. She credits her past and present success to personal discipline, high standards, creativity, and the persistence to ensure that every transaction be as seamless as possible.