Dating back to the 1860s, when a classic Victorian stood on the property, this Russian Hill home takes its place in history as one of architect Julia Morgan’s masterpieces. In 1916, Morgan reimagined the Victorian into an Italianate Villa. Most recently, the home has been masterfully restored – from a seismic upgrade to the exquisite finishes that respect the original architecture while adding complete livability for a 21st century lifestyle. Spanning three levels, the home has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, an uninterrupted flow of public rooms, plus an unfinished lower level that stands ready for a multitude of options. There is a detached guest house, 2-car garage, and ample off-street parking. The extra-deep and gated lot offers ample space for recreation and outdoor entertaining. Designed by Suzman Design Associates, the historically appropriate landscaping integrates parterre formal gardens, a heritage redwood tree, brick patios, and crushed stone walking paths.