Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
Russian Hill splendor shines in this brightly lit single family home. Craftsman style architectural details define the living spaces. The handsome entry leads up to a fresh open floor plan where natural light reflects through the original leaded-glass transom windows.
The wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and classic moldings resonate quality and character in this delightful home, which has been owned by same family for generations.
The dining room features a small walk-out terrace that connects greenery to the kitchen with room to garden plants and herbs. A bonus room adds space for a home office, zoom room or nursery. A fenced backyard with landscaping around the concrete patio serves as a quiet respite or BBQs and entertaining. Park two cars tandem in the garage. High ceilings in the garage provide an opportunity to expand the living quarters.
The Russian Hill neighborhood has been the iconic backdrop for legendary films such as Vertigo and Bullitt. Russian Hill is one of those neighborhoods where you’re literally at the center of the city’s history and its arresting beauty. It’s ground zero for breathtaking views and proximity to great restaurants and enviable destinations like Cow Hollow, the Marina, Aquatic Park, Fisherman’s Wharf and North Beach. San Francisco has been known for its many hills, rolling fog and dramatic vistas and this Russian Hill single family home is alive with all of the classic elements at the heart of San Francisco living.
- Single-Family Home
- Craftsman built in 1922
- Fenced backyard with landscaping and patio
- Bonus Room
- Cedar-lined bedroom closet
- Southwest-facing views
- Abundant windows, hallway light well, walk-out terrace
- Renovated, new paint, updated fireplace
- Hardwood floors throughout
- Laundry room
- Tenant in lower-level studio
- Walk Score: 99 (Walker's Paradise)
- Transit Score: 75 (Excellent Transit)
It’s easy to leave your heart in San Francisco. With the city’s iconic cable cars clanging along its rolling hills, San Francisco is a sophisticated sensory assault of sights and sounds. Opera buffs can delight in world-class performances at the San Francisco Opera while art lovers have the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the de Young, for starters.