With undisturbed city views, this Washington Street property reinvents the classic.
The rooftop offers sweeping city views
Built in 1906 and overlooking some of San Francisco’s most iconic landmarks like the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges and Coit Tower, this abode is rooted in history. After the original owners purchased the house, it was destroyed by the infamous 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The property was then reborn almost a decade later, this time facing a new direction to maximize views of the city.
Featuring a private, five-hole putting green, a 634-bottle, walk-in wine cellar and an electric-car charging station, the residence is one of a select few single-family homes in Nob Hill. Step inside to see a subtle interior with chic appliances and fixtures like teardrop lights above the kitchen sink, and continue into a primary bedroom with two walk-in closets and a private deck overlooking the front yard.
Delicate lighting fixtures add a dash of sophisticated style to the home.
The windows and three porches of the approximately 4,240-square-foot home provide picturesque scenes of the city below. The ipe rooftop decks offer ample entertaining space, a 40-inch outdoor electric fireplace and woodburning pizza oven. Nights spent here are guaranteed to be unforgettable. $15 million, 1266 Washington St., Franck Costa, 415.490.7027, Sara Werner Costa, 415.730.2604