From heated lanais to cantilevered viewing decks, these serene homes will have you living your best life.
The spacious gym on the lower level of 2590 Green St. assures any fitness routine can be completed from the comfort of your own home.
Designed to exude a spirit of elegance and serenity, this grandiose estate features five striking bedrooms, eight bathrooms and enviable wellness amenities. The single-family abode, renovated in 2006 by The Wiseman Group and architect William B. Remick, showcases the picturesque scenery surrounding it. Inside, the heart of the residence is designed for sanctuarylike living. The space features a superb suitelike primary bathroom that boasts a fireplace and a soaking tub. Enveloped by crystalline scenery, the residence is saturated by natural light that pours through the home’s panoramic windows. The living room flows graciously to the terrace, while the guest level unfolds to the lush patio garden. Another striking feature of the home is the sophisticated pent room that offers a dual-sided fireplace, two sitting areas, a powder room, two guest bedroom suites and even more extraordinary views to witness. Everyday living is further elevated with amenities like a billiard room and full bar, a state-of-the-art theater, a full gym with a sauna and steam shower, and a showcase seven-car garage. $22.4 million, Jessica Wynne, Neill Bassi, 415.509.2611, 2590green.com
17 Presidio Terrace is situated on one of the only privately owned streets in San Francisco.
This recently constructed abode by architect Andrew Skurman and Ken Fulk, who co-designed the interiors with the homeowner, dares to be bold. Its exceptional design and grandiose scale are perfect for a fun-loving, comfort-seeking family. Upon entering, the space features 25-foot ceilings, a showstopping chandelier, an elevator to all four floors and a sleek looping staircase. However, don’t let its magnificent size deceive you—the dwelling offers an abundance of coziness. Features like the movie theater, music room, gym and a home office with a fireplace create a relaxing and enlightening atmosphere. The inviting primary suite and marbled spalike bathroom are places of refuge, providing quiet spots to unwind from the day. The heated outdoor dining area is accented with fluttering drapes, a fireplace and a set of rustic chandeliers. With balconies that look out onto the city and a light, airy family room that opens to a level yard, there truly is no place like this home. $20 million, Neal Ward, 415.269.9933; Lisa Wolfe, 415.990.8769, 17presidioterrace.com
This Cow Hollow home’s impressive build and sleek design are striking.
“Unrivaled” is the first word that comes to mind when viewing this newly constructed sanctuary by award-winning Aidlin Darling Design. With vast windows and a cantilevered workspace, the property feels like it’s floating among views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island. The residence has an overall crisp, minimalist aesthetic, but it stills offers some impressive features. The great room stars a 13-foot-tall cascading light sculpture and a kitchen that can be sequestered behind sliding glass panels. The state-of-the-art movie theater with a wet bar and 12 media screens is perfect for unwinding, or make your way to the lower level of the home, where a custom garden designed by Andrea Cochran awaits. The space includes an outdoor dining area, a heated lanai with a wet bar and television, and a private in-ground spa and fire trough. These unique elements add plenty of peaceful vibes that are sure to inspire a tranquil, healthy lifestyle. $15.98 million, Neal Ward, 415.269.9933; Rick Teed, 415.518.9115, 2626filbert.com
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