San Francisco home with Golden Gate Bridge views for sale

San Francisco home with Golden Gate Bridge views for sale

For $23.5 million, a homebuyer can snatch up a century-old, fully renovated San Francisco home with full views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay and the Presidio, along with 7,000 square feet of living space and an elevator serving all four floors.

The seller worked with architect Stephen Sutro and interior designer John K. Anderson to overhaul and upgrade the residence at 3410 Jackson Street in the highly desirable Presidio Heights neighborhood, listing agent Nina Hatvany of Team Hatvany at Compass told the Sacramento Bee in an email.

“The entire floor plan was rearranged, allowing for a much more modern, family-friendly layout while honoring the original bones of the 1923 residence,” she told Mansion Global in a recent article.

The formal entry on the main level features rich herringbone fumed French white oak floors and ornate hand-carved crown molding. A curved grand staircase next to the elevator is gripped by a hand-carved bronze railing.

Built for deluxe entertaining, the formal living room with French doors to Juliet balconies lies at the front of the house, while around the corner there’s a sitting area and adjacent bar highlighted by smoky mirrored cabinets and Perlick wine refrigerator. Luxurious paneling — with a welcoming blue-gray paint and platinum leaf detailing — adorns the formal dining room.

The family room’s fireplace is highlighted by a vintage French-style marble hearth.

The remodeled kitchen has a Calacatta marble island and sink, plus a breakfast area with glass doors opening to a deck with stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay, Marin Headlands and the Sausalito harbor. The home includes a wine room, too.

The home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The primary suite is most impressive because of its amazing views of the span as well as the Presidio’s grounds. There’s a viewing deck off the sitting area and a spa-like bathroom contains an extra-long soaking tub.

Outdoors, there is a rooftop dining space and a garden and lawn with sculptures of a black sheep and a white sheep.

The home sold in 2010 for $7.5 million.

“The sellers have adored living in the home after their fantastic renovation, but now, as the kids get older, it’s time to downsize,” Hatvany told The Bee.

This story was at first published March 6, 2023, 10:34 AM.

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