• Oceanfront with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, Point Reyes, and the Pacific Ocean
    • Freshly updated circa 1915 grande dame
    • 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, and 2 half-baths
    • 5,930 +/- square feet with elevator to every level (per Graphic Artist)
    • Lot Size: 7,967 +/- square feet with 45’ frontage (irregular: 45x183x46x170, per Tax Records)
    • Undeveloped lower level with potential for added living space (965+/- square feet, per Graphic Artist)
    • Gated driveway and 2-car garage and secure door access to lower level
    • Two blocks to The Presidio, a 1,500-acre National Recreation Area
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    Positioned along the outermost northern rim of the City, the exclusive enclave of Sea Cliff embodies San Francisco’s romantic history. This circa 1915 home enjoys an unobstructed oceanfront setting – with up-close-and-personal Golden Gate Bridge views and views of the Marin Headlands, Point Reyes, and the Pacific Ocean – on the area’s eponymous street. On the market for the first time in over 50 years, the home is an architectural jewel with vintage character intact and fresh updates to enjoy now or while considering a transformation of the home into your personal vision. Full and partial levels, all connected by an elevator, reach to a rooftop deck and vast flexible-use room perfect for a  home office with inspirational views. A large family room (potential 6th bedroom), multiple sitting rooms or additional office space plus 5 ample bedrooms provide numerous options for a variety of lifestyle needs. Completing the residence is an underground garage with gated driveway and secure side door access, as well as elevator access (from the interior), plus undeveloped space for potential expansion. Outside, the driveway extends to a vast patio and adjacent terraced gardens leading to Baker Beach. Plus, just two blocks away is The Presidio, a 1,500-acre National Recreation Area.

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    • Impressive three-story façade plus underground level accessed via gated driveway beyond the elaborately detailed porte cochere, which shelters the front door
    • Classic circa 1915 details unfold in the receiving area with herringbone-patterned hardwood floors, extensive all-wood millwork and paneling, glass doorknobs, and carved balustrade railings
    • Grand-scale formal living room with high ceilings spans the rear of the home taking full advantage of the ocean and Golden Gate Bridge views; beyond the primary venue with fireplace and crystal chandeliers are adjacent oceanfront parlors for added seating space
    • Banquet-sized formal dining room with wood-paneled and coffered wall and ceiling moldings and accents of silver leaf on the ceiling; front and side windows are ornamentally arched on the exterior
    • Separate breakfast room with crisp white walls and moldings, shuttered front window, and built-in cabinetry flanking the kitchen entrance
    • Kitchen has granite counters and full-height backsplashes plus a Thermador cooktop, Miele dishwasher, 2 Thermador ovens, and Sub-Zero refrigerator; adjacent laundry room with front and rear outside entrances
    • A guest powder room serves the main living areas; the elevator spans all floors and an extra-wide staircase connects the main level with all upper levels
    • Second-floor primary suite with separate sitting room and office, all with oceanfront views; the en suite bath has a pedestal sink and cast-iron tub with overhead shower
    • Second-floor bedroom with access to a dual-entry bath with shower, plus two bedrooms each with direct access to a shared bath with tub and overhead shower
    • Third-floor family room (potential 6th bedroom) spans the front of the home and has direct access to a shared bath (with tub and overhead shower) adjoining a bedroom
    • A partial flight of stairs leads up to the top floor with flexible-use, very spacious room outlined on three sides with ocean-view windows; a door opens to a rooftop deck for fresh-air views
    • Underground lower level, accessible by driveway or secure door access, or from the interior by elevator only, has a spacious 2-car side-by-side garage, laundry room with sinks, workshop, wine room, multiple storage rooms, and half-bath
    • Vast outdoor patio space, as an extension of the driveway, bordered by carved balustrades framing terraced gardens and paths leading toward the beach
    • Lower portion of northern terraced area provides secure access via a staircase to Baker Beach (Note: staircase is not completely continuous to Baker Beach; refer to photos in the disclosure package)
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    160 Sea Cliff Avenue, San Francisco