• Architectural masterpiece in a prime Telegraph Hill Location, extraordinary lot size approximately 7,832 square feet (per tax records)
    • Iconic San Francisco Bay views, especially from the rooftop terrace
    • Exceptional entertaining space indoors and out
    • 5 bedrooms, 4 full baths, and 2 half-baths
    • Approximately 5,725 square feet (per Floor Plan Visuals)
    • 4 levels connected by elevator plus rooftop terrace
    • Radiant-heated concrete floors on main level, polished maple floors on upper levels, and steel-framed windows and doors
    • Every room opens to a private patio or balcony
    • Excellent location with a Walk Score of 99, just down the street from Pioneer Park and Coit Tower, 2 blocks to the Embarcadero, and 3 blocks to North Beach
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    This one-of-a-kind architectural triumph, with design by Jim Jennings Architecture, was created over a 3-year period on an extra-large parcel on Telegraph Hill. The home’s discreet street entrance opens to a generous front court for outdoor entertaining and then to the 4-story home, with all levels connected by elevator. Simple geometric forms were designed to blend in with the residential cityscape. The structural center anchor of the home is a 50-foot-tall poured concrete cylinder – a transitional space with glass bridge walkways connecting overhead rooms and a glass ceiling that serves as the rooftop terrace.

    Each room in the home has a unique character, including ceiling heights, but all open to a private patio or balcony. Almost every room has a rectangular bay window that projects out from the building envelope, and most can be closed off with hidden pocket doors for added privacy. The interiors are designed with display of fine art in mind, and the walls are plaster applied over plywood, the same surface found in most museums. Heated concrete floors are found on the main level while polished maple finishes the upper levels.

    The floor plan arrangement is exceptionally flexible working equally well for one person or multi-family use. Entry-level bedrooms can serve as independent apartments or be used as family bedrooms, fitness, recreation, or office space. The primary suite is located on the third level along with a sizable room ideal for an office. Public rooms accommodate both large parties and private conversations, and the outdoors is always just steps away. Extraordinary architecture, amazing outdoor space, and an iconic location – this is City living.

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    Entrance Level

    • A secure translucent glass door opens to a remarkable front court fully open to the sky; two levels begin with a platform with integrated spaces for plants or art display; walls are covered in verdant foliage, and olive trees offer filtered shade; the lower court is wrapped with translucent glass walls with interior lighting
    • The entry hall is a 3-story 50-foot-tall, glass-ceiling space that introduces heated concrete floors, walls in concrete, punched metal, and plaster, and steel-framed windows and doors
    • Flexible-use quarters to the right (and perfect for independent living space) comprise: large living room with fireplace, private patio, and access to the front court; half-bath; kitchen with gas cooktop, microwave, oven, dishwasher, and refrigerator; two bedrooms with direct access to a bath with steam shower; concealed laundry
    • Two bedrooms to the left of the entry hall, one with Murphy bed, fireplace, and kitchen with electric cooktop, microwave, and refrigerator, and each with private patio and en suite bath (one with shower and one with tub and overhead shower)
    • Laundry room

    Second Floor

    • A glass bridge walkway connects the living room and dining room and overlooks the entry hall
    • Grand living room with 15-foot ceiling, walls designed for art display, steel fireplace, plus outside entrance to a lower side courtyard and to an elevated front terrace
    • Formal dining room with 12-foot ceiling, steel fireplace, and rear terrace; wine area, adjacent to front terrace, with Gaggenau full-height, 2 double-door wine coolers and separate freezer
    • Stunning modern kitchen in Calacatta marble, including table-style island and corrugated to-the-ceiling backsplashes; doors open to the rear terrace
    • Gaggenau appliances include convection cooktop, oven, microwave, warming drawer, dishwasher, and refrigerator
    • Formal powder room with cylindrical steel sink

    Third Floor & Rooftop

    • A second glass bridge walkway connects the primary suite and elevated office/sitting room and overlooks the entry hall
    • Primary suite has exceptional Bay views, steel fireplace, sizeable walk-in closet fully customized, and en suite Calacatta marble bath with steam shower, recessed tub, dual-sink vanity, and private commode room
    • Elevated office/sitting room with steel fireplace, floor-to-ceiling glass on four sides, plus front and rear terrace
    • Rear view terrace with large integrated recessed spa and speakers
    • Outdoor steps on the front terrace lead up to the rooftop terrace with panoramic City and bay views and translucent glass flooring that serves as the entry hall ceiling

    Garage Level

    • Industrial steel rollup door from the street opens to a ramp culminating at a car turntable with parking on each side; parking for at least 7 cars including overflow ramp parking
    • Sizeable storage rooms plus lobby entrance to staircase and elevator that begins the 50-foot cylinder

    Other Features

    • Programmable lighting
    • Security and surveillance
    • Multi-zone radiant heat plus air conditioning
    • Sound system fully integrated in ceilings and walls
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    340 Lombard Street, San Francisco