With a captivating Pacific Heights street presence, this attentively renovated Victorian is quintessential San Francisco. Preserving its classic Victorian charm, the three-story home includes high ceilings, and a time-honored stairwell that anchors the comfortable flow of living spaces. A carriage house is poised in the backyard with comparable interiors and a living roof, where succulents abound. The home represents both old-world San Francisco with eyes toward contemporary vision and prosperous upgrades. One block off Fillmore Street’s refined shopping and dining district, the premier offerings of Pacific Heights beckon.
Immediately upon setting foot in the home, one is greeted by comfort and ease. The foyer entrance adjoins the voluminous living room with a bountiful dining room, a powder room, and an open kitchen with a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a stone island, expanded cabinetry, and a walk-in pantry. The kitchen leads to folding glass doors that open to a terrace and a deck aloft a jasmine scented backyard. The dining room includes a Victorian ceiling medallion, from which a chandelier suspends. Millwork details on door and entryway frames include bullseye corner blocks. Beveled glass windows and matte, walnut-stained Oak floors exhibit meticulous décor and generosity.
On the upper level reside three bedrooms and two full baths, including the superb primary suite, which looks across the living rooftop, and which boasts two walk-in closets and a luxe bathroom with dual sinks. Atop the floor, a large skylight towers above the originally detailed yet restored staircase, spreading abundant light throughout the entire home.
The brightly lighted lower level offers a sumptuous family room with custom cabinetry, access to several outdoor areas, a fourth bedroom & bath, and a laundry room. The renovated carriage house, with skylights above, features a full bath, a built-in desk, and wine refrigeration.
A carport provides a secure and motorized gate, while the driveway offers an additional parking space.