Abstract- Originally built in 1900, the present owner has tastefully remodeled this light filled home in today’s tastes with rich neutral colors and high end materials. There is a cohesive aesthetic from the exterior to the interior throughout the house. Each room has an incredible scale and volume. Most of the original architectural integrity has been restored.
The entry level has a sitting room, large living room with fireplace, grand dining room, and large eat-in chef’s kitchen. The family room opens onto a flat outdoor area. A half bath completes this level. The stainless steel appliances were chosen with the finest quality in mind. The kitchen offers a gas cook top, professional hood, double ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerator, microwave, expansive cabinetry and counters with a custom Heath tile back splash.
The second level of the home features four full bedrooms. The luxurious and spacious master suite has a fireplace, spa-like bathroom and a generous walk-in closet. A second full bathroom services the additional bedrooms on this level.
The lower level includes two bonus rooms, mud room/washer & dryer, and a full bathroom. The large garage has extra storage and a deep driveway. The built-in sub zero wine refrigerator adds a finishing touch to this beautifully detailed home.
Pacific Heights homes deliver commanding views of the San Francisco Bay and the city below with neighborhood hills rising from the Marina and running along an east-west ridge between the Presidio and Van Ness avenue. When Hollywood wants to film a chase scene, Pacific Heights is where they come for cinematic thrills.
Some of the oldest, grandest, and largest homes in the city can be found in Pacific Heights which features ample stock of Victorians, Edwardians, Mission Revival and homes in the style of French Chateaus. This is an affluent neighborhood, home to large, quiet consulates of Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Russia. Some of these former baronial mansions now serve as elite private schools. These include San Francisco High School, Drew School, Town School For Boys, Convent of the Sacred Heart (in the former Flood Mansion), and Stuart Hall High School.
Those lucky enough to live in Pacific Heights homes enjoy gorgeous parks, playgrounds, and, bounded by the Presidio, easy access to open space, and miles of hiking, running and biking. The main shopping district can be found on Fillmore Street, which runs north and south through Pacific Heights. Some of the chicest boutiques, choicest restaurants, one of a kind floral arrangements, patisseries, and designer yogurt can be found on Fillmore Street.