• $2,995,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • MLS# 471166
Designer Victorian Home with Modern Charm
Ensconced on a quiet one-block street is a designer’s dream — a handsome two-unit Victorian jewel re-purposed to provide all of the expected features, scale and usability of a single-family home. The gracious central second floor foyer with built-in marble reception shelf is flanked by a formal dining area and formal living room. The open kitchen with ample Neolith counters, glass door refrigerator, and washer/dryer alcove overlooks all. Two bedrooms and a Carrara marble tiled bathroom with walk-in shower complete the top floor.
 
The ground floor features a master suite, media room with small kitchen and fourth bedroom, as well as a second Carrara marble bath. French oak floors, period details, and high ceilings throughout. Perhaps most beautiful is the abundant natural light that floods all sides of this memorable home. Features window treatments from The Shade Store, lighting by Circa, Serena and Lily, and Schoolhouse Electric.
 
Don’t miss the spots of outdoor area for a café al fresco, or the boxed lavender and olive trees that stand sentry. This location is a can't miss for fans of Alta Plaza Park, Mollie Stones, and all the shops, eateries and conveniences of Fillmore and Sacramento Streets. A+ walk, ride and transit scores.

Location

Cross Street:

Steiner

City:

San Francisco

County:

San Francisco

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Kimberly Barnes

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About Pacific Heights

At-a-Glance Boasting some of the most exclusive real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pacific Heights ranks as one of the City’s desirable neighborhoods. And it’s not hard to see why. Here, you’ll find block after block of head-turning, turn-of-the-century homes (such as the Haas-Lilienthal House , Spreckels Mansion , and Bourn Mansion , to name a few) and world-famous views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. First colonized by the nouveau riche of the late 1800s when the construction of a new cable-car line made the area accessible, today, Pacific Heights represents the perfect bringing together of established families and those who have more recently found their fo...

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