460 Poplar is on the list of "Historical Importance" and was the very first model home built for the Arleta Park subdivision for the intended railroad development from San Francisco to Half Moon Bay. Built mostly of reinforced concrete after the 1906 earthquake by noted San Francisco architect Paul Harte Bosworth, this is a true slice of coastal history. The home has been lovingly updated and restored including the original 115 year old redwood flooring. Originally built as a 4 bedroom, its more of a 3 bedroom now with an office, a family room and a loft lounge area. The incredible backyard offers many fruit trees and wild life of all kinds, plus a patio and deck for morning coffee or evening cocktails.. The huge upstairs patio is perfect for entertaining , sunsets and breathtaking valley views. Located on the west side of Highway 1, its an easy stroll to the coastal trails and the Pacific Ocean. Close to San Francisco, SFO and Silicon Valley, this home is one of a kind for the coast.