In 1941, Henry Stoneson built the estate at 100 Stonecrest Drive for his family. Stoneson, one of two developer brothers responsible for the Lakeside neighborhood homes and Stonestown Galleria, hired noted architect Henry Stoner to erect the California Colonial on a large corner lot, with gardens encircling the stately home. The resulting manor is nothing less than extraordinary.
Designed to entertain and positioned on nearly a half-acre of lush grounds, this 5,405 square foot home includes four bedrooms (three with en-suite baths), three full baths, two half baths, a formal living room, formal dining room, den, breakfast room, eat-in kitchen, billiard room and bar, and sunroom/lanai.
The home’s expansive gathering spaces and generous terraces combine to provide the ideal in indoor-outdoor living. A multitude of gracious windows help flood the home with natural light, and the meticulously preserved period details maintain the home’s original glory.
- Built in 1941 for his family by famed San Francisco developer, Henry Stoneson
- 5,405 square feet, per floor plan draftsperson
- 19,575 square foot lot, per tax records
- Four bedrooms, including two with en-suite baths and vanities
- Three full bathrooms, two half bathrooms
- Generous gathering rooms
- Sunken formal living room
- Grand foyer
- Formal dining room
- Breakfast room
- Updated eat-in kitchen
- Den with wet bar
- Recreation room with bar and half bath
- Lanai overlooking the garden
- Several terraces
- Manicured gardens
- Large private drive and garage
- Charming block with attractive homes
- Walking distance to Lakeside Village and Stonestown Galleria
- Near Lake Merced, The Olympic Club, West Portal and Stern Grove