Originally built in the early 1920s and reported to be one of the first homes on the last block of Lake Street, this elegant Sea Cliff residence combines the craftsmanship and refinement of an earlier era with modern conveniences for today’s style of living. An exquisite example of the English Tudor Gothic Revival style, by noted architect C.C. Dakin of Berkeley, treasures of the time are still evident at every turn, such as glass doorknobs, period lighting, refined arches, and richly hued oak flooring. Inspired updates have incorporated the latest comforts including an incredible chef’s kitchen — featured in 1982 House & Garden magazine and more recently renovated in 2000 — plus luxurious bathrooms, tremendous bonus space fully customized for an office or craftsperson, and energy-efficient solar panels. Taking center stage from many rooms are amazing views across Sea Cliff and out to the whitewater views of the Pacific Ocean and Golden Gate Bridge.
Master Bedroom Suite
OFFICE/HOBBY OR SITTING ROOM