This masterfully renovated residence encompasses the full 8th floor of a Pacific Heights cooperative apartment building. The grand 10-story building with just 9 residences was built in 1924 and is surrounded by formal gardens and manicured boxwood hedges that establish a commanding street presence. The residence, with 3 bedrooms plus office, has glorious Bay views that span from the Golden Gate Bridge across the Bay to the downtown financial centers. The complete renovation, just 10 years ago, was designed by Roland Courtenay Bishop from the London School of Design and is in keeping with the original style and history of the architecture. Design elements are from the Georgian English period with added inspiration from the owners’ travels to the Far East. The result is an exquisitely appointed residence with signature Bay views and everything needed for 21st century living – all in one of the most sought-after locations in all of San Francisco.