Bestowing the classic Arts and Crafts style of its circa 1905 heritage, this property was originally a spacious, single family residence. Today, the four-level floor plan is configured as two separate residences, each two levels and each with three bedrooms. Throughout, the home reflects the refined aesthetics of its earlier era with timeless elements of wood floors, classic moldings, an interior stained glass window, and three fireplaces. The home’s 30-foot frontage contributes to grand living areas that are positioned on the second and third floors across the front of the home facing the Golden Gate Bridge. The vistas from the upper two levels are particularly stunning, spanning from the Golden Gate Bridge, across Alcatraz, and out to Russian Hill. A large, top-level deck with wind panel protection provides a sheltered outdoor venue for enjoying the views. On the ground level, a spacious brick patio garden, accessed from three levels of the home, adds another option for outdoor enjoyment.
From its desirable Cow Hollow address, on the edge of Pacific Heights, this property combines immediate livability with the prospect of a possible reconfiguration back to its grand status of an elegant single family residence (upon City approval of architectural plans). Adding to the appeal is the property’s ideal location in a residential area close to neighborhood shops, cafes, and public transportation, and just blocks to the greenbelt of the Presidio – a 1,500-acre national park.