Staggering views, architectural history and spot-on locations—here are three gems we love that are new to the San Francisco market.
The lower level of this abode houses a spacious two-car garage.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS CHIC
Inside this ultraluxe abode, the living room boasts moody gray walls complemented by dark hardwood floors. A sleek white and gray kitchen features a dramatic quartz backsplash, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and a glass wine display closet that will make any oenophile’s collection look beautiful. Nearly all of the five bedrooms offer water views, and each of the five full and three half-bathrooms are tastefully appointed with sleek, modern fixtures. Of the 7,390 square feet, the top floor offers the most drama—with a luxe lounge area overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge; the roofdeck offers a nearly 360-degree view of the bay and Alcatraz Island. Along with a full gym in the basement, this property is a showstopper. $17 million, 2850 Divisadero St., Nina Hatvany, 415.345.3022,2850divisadero.com
Built in 1894, the German-inspired exterior offers an elegant introduction to this luxurious property, which was crafted by architect Houman Sharif and interior designer Kendall Wilkinson. The dining room includes a fireplace, impressive coffered ceiling and delicate wall detailing.
Plus, several of the rooms in this six-bedroom abode feature curved walls throughout the 7,045-square-foot property; there are five bathrooms and two half-baths. Travel upstairs, and you’ll arrive at the property’s main attraction: the top floor, which includes a bar, wooden Ping-Pong table and two lounge areas with a roof deck overlooking the San Francisco Bay and Alcatraz. $17 million, 2500 Broadway, Nina Hatvany, 415.345.3022, 2500broadway.com
This grandiose Pacific Heights home sits on the corner of Broadway and Pierce.
THE LIGHT HOUSE
93 Cumberland offers a rare opportunity to live in The Light House—a residential experience unlike any other.
Talk about historic pedigree. With sweeping 30-foot-high ceilings in the main living room, this 5,332-square-foot property—built in 1915 in Mission Dolores—offers plenty of space for comfortable living. The Light House is a restored neoclassical church that was converted into four condos. Inside, the kitchen flows into the living room, where stunning stained-glass windows take the stage.
Throughout, exposed brick in each space adds an authentic edge.
The space, complete with four bedrooms and 3 ½ baths, is also infused with modern touches like granite counters and stainles-ssteel appliances in the sleek kitchen, making this abode a true gem. $5,995,000, 93 Cumberland St., Nina Hatvany, 415.345.3022, 93cumberland.com
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