Absolutely sensational home in San Fransisco

Behind the handsome three story facade of this classic California brown shingle is a spectacular contemporary residence. Located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, one of the most scenic and park-like settings of San Francisco, California the residence was built in 1920 by architect John Louis Field. With 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, including a master suite and bath with a custom walk in dressing room, the home features a two story great room with a walk out garden, an expansive kitchen/breakfast area with a deck, a protected center patio on the third floor and landscaped garden and terraces.

The view from three levels encompasses the deep landscaped garden in the foreground to the striking bell tower of St. Vincent de Paul Church and the glittering bay beyond. Unusually tall ceilings, picture windows and skylights allow abundant natural light to flood the interior on every level. Expansive wall spaces are ideal for a large art collection and a multitude of tall custom shelves are perfect for books and objects d’art. The public spaces feature beautiful hardwood floors; the bedroom level is fully carpeted. The open floor plan lends itself for today’s informal family needs and comfortable city living indoors and out.

Once owned by the Hearst family, this home is listed for sale here at $4,750,000.

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