While it doesn’t look like it, this home, in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood, is over seventy-years old; she looks good, no?
This four-level historic home, designed by William W. Wurster in 1940, the home boasts impeccable historic architecture, enviable privacy, and a back garden to die for, was restored in 2017.
Organic hues—from white walls and painstakingly restored original Douglas fir horizontal paneling—contribute to a soothing modern vibe throughout. The main level—up one floor from the entry, garage and laundry—features the wood-paneled living with gas fireplace, the dining rooms, and the kitchen, all with access to the lush, landscaped garden with a towering eucalyptus tree, green lawn and gardens, and an alfresco dining area just off the chic formal dining room.
The third level offers a guest bedroom with access to a deck, an attached bathroom, as well as the principal suite with private bath, large walk-in closet, and access to the terrace. On the fourth level is a family room with plentiful windows, a gas fireplace, double glass doors to a spacious terrace overlooking the backyard, as well as another bedroom and bath.
Sounds like a lot of climbing, but, please, there’s an elevator from the foyer that stops at every floor. I ain’t hauling groceries and goodies up flights of stairs. Even better is the home sits on a rare San Francisco flat block within a short distance to Allyne Park and the shops and restaurants along both Union St and Polk St.
Where is my checkbook?
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