These three ultraluxe homes are some of the city's top residences on the market right now.
A grand entrance marks this classic home: exceptional views and fine craftsmanship grace the primary suite.
Traditional architecture—complemented by impeccable modern finishes—is the star in this exquisite mansion on Pacific Avenue. Built in 1912, the five-bedroom, five-full- and one-half-bath Parisian-style abode stretches approximately 8,650 square feet and has been completely updated to fit modern lifestyles. On the first floor, sizable living, dining and kitchen spaces come with top-notch appliances and a centuries-old stone fireplace. Homeowners can take the beautiful curved staircase or the elevator to the second level and find the full-floor primary suite that houses a home office and bathroom, which features an ornate soaking tub and two showers. On the third floor, discover the remaining four bedrooms as well as three full bathrooms and an office. The lower level is conveniently equipped with a media room, rec room and catering kitchen. Aside from the enviable specs inside, the exterior is equally impressive. Thoughtfully landscaped hedges and lush greenery adjacent to stone terraces and patios will evoke the essence of the European countryside—it’s a space like no other. 2839 Pacific Ave., $16.95 million, John Kirtland, 415.606.9554, 2839pacific.com
Modern meets the natural environment in this exquisite property with a large atrium.
Complemented by glorious views, this abode is a wonderful fusion of natural and modern aesthetics. Upon entering the residence, homeowners are greeted by a grand, open-concept living space that features large windows overlooking views of the city. This contemporary 6,000-square-foot home boasts four bedrooms, six bathrooms and a breathtaking kitchen outfitted with Wolf appliances. Similarly, the roomy primary suite features a sleek, updated bathroom and access to a private office. What makes this property even more special is how the design blends into its natural surroundings. Indoor and outdoor spaces flow seamlessly by way of large sliding-glass doors and an expansive outdoor deck. With distressed vertical wooden posts throughout the home—plus a centralized, open-air atrium with a babbling brook and lush greenery—this estate is a true gem. 2 Everson St., $11 million, Steve Mavromihalis, Compass, 415.999.1113; Camron Paul Garcia, 415.610.2232, 2everson.com
The home’s outdoor space includes impeccable landscaping.
This 12,200-square-foot home, located in the heart of San Francisco, offers top-of-the-line technology, upscale finishes and contemporary architecture built to last a lifetime. With a double-height foyer, expansive living areas and floor-to-ceiling windows to soak in the incredible views, this six-bedroom, seven-full- and two-half-bath home features unparalleled luxury design. Case in point: A showstopping floating glass staircase will take homeowners to the bedroom and roof levels of the home as the massive motorized skylight door ushers natural light into the space. With the entire property situated on a triple-width lot, the backyard includes a 72-foot lap pool, a beautifully landscaped garden and a serene, stainless-steel spa. But the outdoor amenities don’t stop there—a sprawling rooftop space offers a living area and garden with views extending from the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz Island, providing unmatched views at the peak of the city. 2582 Filbert St., $46 million, Neal Ward, Compass, 415.269.9933, residence-2582.com
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