Tucked away on the last block of Union Street just before the 1,500-acre Presidio National Recreation Area, this Cow Hollow home is a treasured gem dating back to 1912. The classic shingle style, popular at the turn of the century, still boasts impressive curb appeal today, blending in seamlessly with the iconic architectural styles of this neighborhood on the edge of Pacific Heights. The interiors are freshly updated with a crisp white palette and contrasting refinished hardwood floors – ready to move in and enjoy or further transform into your own personal vision. Of-the-era moldings and millwork are timeless and elegant, particularly in the classic living room and formal dining room which, along with the kitchen, comprise the main level.
There are 5 floors in this home, each ascending to better views of the San Francisco Bay with Alcatraz Island center stage. The home’s primary bedroom suite and two large bedrooms are located on the second floor. Continuing up to the top floor, a variety of flexible-use rooms unfold including the fourth bedroom with en suite bath, a sitting area with wet bar, and a window-lined sunroom, ideal as an office, which along with the adjoining deck, offers the best views in the home. Completing the home is the garage level with tandem 2-car parking plus various rooms for storage, potential wine cellar, and workshop. A flight of stairs continues down to a large room that opens directly to the rear yard, currently finished with hardscape for a sport court and recreation.
With this excellent Cow Hollow location, a healthy lifestyle awaits just down the street where the Lyon Street Steps offer fitness as well as miles of hiking trails at the Presidio. And, with vibrant City life just blocks away, this is truly a dream location for San Francisco living.