Constructed circa 1906 and designed by noted neo-classical architect Julius E. Krafft, this stately and historically significant residence is situated on a premier block in the heart of Pacific Heights. The property was substantially renovated which created the lower level garage and recreation room, updated the house systems, including foundation and added an elevator. Still the home maintains charming period details including wood paneling, wainscoting, high ceilings and crown molding. Grand scale rooms and wide hallways reflect the elegance of the era and also provide spaces for contemporary entertaining.
Situated on four levels with a view roof deck other features include the stunning formal entry, grand wooden staircase, spacious living room, formal dining room, parlor/music room, spacious modern kitchen with family dining, solarium, six bedrooms, seven and a half baths, library, two family rooms, kitchenette with dining area on master level, lap pool, two patios, four car garage. An elevator accesses every floor from garage to roof and a tradesmen stairwell connects all levels.
- Pacific Heights locale near shops and parks
- Gated foyer
- Grand scale rooms / box beam ceilings
- 7 bedrooms and 7.5 baths on 4 levels
- View roof deck / 4+ car parking
- Indoor heated lap pool and gym
- South facing patio
- Elevator to all levels
- Conveniently near The Hamlin School, Stuart Hall, and Sacred Heart High School.
If you're looking for commanding views of San Francisco Bay then Pacific Heights is your place. What you'll find is heart-stopping sunsets with neighborhood hills lifting up from the Marina stretching east and west between the Presidio and Van Ness Avenue. This is the stuff of which dreams are made. Its a picture-perfect setting, and one Hollywood chooses to highlight when depicting the world-famous hills of San Francisco.
This majestic section of town houses some of the largest homes in the city, including a wide array of Victorians, Edwardians, Mission Revival and homes in the style of French Chateaus or Italian villas. An affluent neighborhood, Pacific Heights is home to the consulates of Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Russia. Several elite private schools in the area were once former baronial mansions. Among these are Town School For Boys, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Stuart Hall High School, San Francisco University High School, and Drew School. Folks fortunate enough to live in Pacific Heights benefit from its gorgeous parks, playgrounds, and miles of hiking, running and biking in the adjacent Presidio Park. For shopping, look no further than Fillmore Street, running north and south through this exciting part of town. Many world-class boutiques and fantastic restaurants are found along Fillmore, as well as exceptional patisseries, flower shops, and designer retail clothing stores.