1633 Trestle Glen Road
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The story of 1633 Trestle Glen Road
Renovations intermix with Twenties Tudor Revival architecture throughout this Crocker Highlands home. Its four-bedroom, two-bathroom layout includes vibrantly light, charismatic public rooms plus a family room adjacent to the remodeled kitchen. An enchanting original framework emphasizes an arch motif and elevates the living room to a vaulted, beamed ceiling. With gracious indoor-outdoor flow, the master features French doors and dining room a sliding-glass connection to an outstretched flagstone terrace comprising ivy-walled outdoor-living space.
Tree-lined Trestle Glen showcases well preserved, picturesque architecture as it meanders from Lakeshore Avenue to Park Boulevard. Both end points, conveniently nearby, make shopping local as easy as it is enjoyable. Walkability extends to vibrant cafes, beloved neighborhood schools, and Transbay public transit.
The home’s façade combines Tudor Revival traits to fairytale-castle effect. A stone outline highlights both the prominent arched window and the entrance, which nestles in a turret. With special attention on doors, the entry is accentuated with fanciful iron hardware, including strap hinges and a speakeasy, and the wood-plank attached-garage door forms a Tudor arch.
Bookended between a hexagonal paver-stone driveway and stepping-stone path, manicured landscaping fringes the home fittingly.
Equally intimate and airy, the interior features over-scaled windows, visually expanding public rooms, which merge gracefully via arched openings. Natural light amplifies the radiance of hardwood floors, and the steeply inclined roof translates to a lofty, beam-embellished ceiling. Stretching to meet it, an original fireplace reiterates the exterior’s stone-surround detail.
The multi-level floor plan showcases preservation plus renovation to kitchen, bathrooms, and two bedrooms. In the redesigned kitchen, stainless appliances, including a dual-fuel Wolf range, integrate amid natural-stone counters, subway-tile backsplashes, and crisp-white cabinetry. It’s an optimized configuration of a hub central to all public spaces, including outdoor green and serene hardscaped area for grilling and lounging. It sits level-out from the interior; from there, stone steps lead to an upper paver-stone terrace ensconced in the hillside, a palatial tree house with an elevated vantage point of the surroundings.
Four bedrooms are served by two cohesively updated bathrooms, and the family room, which contains a closet, doubles as a fifth bedroom. Further storage and utility include the attached garage and laundry room, both configured with cabinetry, and lower-level closet ideal for wine. Recent infrastructure upgrades add efficiency, a fresh roof among them.