First time on the market since 1979! Historic research indicates this stately Pacific Heights property, located 1/2 block from Lafayette Park, may originally have been a single family home. Used as a boarding house in the 1960s, it has been used as a primary residence for the owner with rental income from two apartments.
Owner's unit: First floor: living room, formal dining room, kitchen, bar, den/office/guest room, first floor full bath, breakfast room with direct access to the patio/garden. PLUS rear portion of the second floor: two bedrooms and two full baths. The owner's unit is also connected to the lower level with direct garage access. This lower level has 2 rooms (all spaces down here are unwarranted), one full bath, laundry area, wine cellar and utility area.
There is a large 1 bedroom apartment located in the front portion of the second floor consisting of a large bedroom with fireplace, large living room, full bath, large kitchen/dining area and many period details. The attic apartment consists of two bedrooms, full bath, kitchen and roof deck. One of the two apartments is in the front portion of the second floor and the other is in the attic space.
The garage is large and can fit three cars along with another space in the driveway, making 4 car parking (vehicle size may limit the number). The property sits on a large lot 30 feet wide by 127 feet long according to the preliminary title report (approx figures and unverified). This is a property with grand proportions, not to be missed. Some creative ideas and elbow grease could bring out the best here.
Pacific Heights homes deliver commanding views of the San Francisco Bay and the city below with neighborhood hills rising from the Marina and running along an east-west ridge between the Presidio and Van Ness avenue. When Hollywood wants to film a chase scene, Pacific Heights is where they come for cinematic thrills.
Some of the oldest, grandest, and largest homes in the city can be found in Pacific Heights which features ample stock of Victorians, Edwardians, Mission Revival and homes in the style of French Chateaus. This is an affluent neighborhood, home to large, quiet consulates of Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Russia. Some of these former baronial mansions now serve as elite private schools. These include San Francisco High School, Drew School, Town School For Boys, Convent of the Sacred Heart (in the former Flood Mansion), and Stuart Hall High School.
Those lucky enough to live in Pacific Heights homes enjoy gorgeous parks, playgrounds, and, bounded by the Presidio, easy access to open space, and miles of hiking, running and biking. The main shopping district can be found on Fillmore Street, which runs north and south through Pacific Heights. Some of the chicest boutiques, choicest restaurants, one of a kind floral arrangements, patisseries, and designer yogurt can be found on Fillmore Street.