Here, an exclusive look inside the stunning $39 million manse.
Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase the property’s plentiful views.
Built in the early 1900s after the 1906 earthquake and fire, this historical home was the first of 25 to be situated on Sea Cliff overlooking Baker Beach. The private retreat sits at the end of an exclusive cul-de-sac and boasts picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean, Golden Gate Bridge and Marin Headlands from all primary rooms. Bonus: This property has only housed four owners, including A-lister Sharon Stone and her former husband, journalist Phil Bronstein.
The outdoor lounge is perfect for soaking up some rays.
Inside, tall ceilings and towering doors usher guests into the massive manse. The main level hosts a grandiose living room with large picture windows plus intimate custom-built fireplaces with massive surrounds. Further exploration also reveals a modernized kitchen with luxuriously top-tier appliances and a sunlit south-facing courtyard cozily tucked into the U-shaped home.
A glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge
Upstairs, the stunning primary suite comes complete with a dressing room that can double as an office. Three more bedrooms can be found, each with an updated en suite bathroom and either a Juliet balcony or courtyard terrace, both offering sweeping San Francisco views. The 8,495-square-foot space also boasts keyless entry, state-of-the-art video security systems, a ground-level deck with secure access to Baker Beach, two walkout terraces and more—expertly integrating modern amenities with the property’s ever-present charm. $39 million, 1 25th Ave., 415.269.9933, nealwardproperties.com
The elegant dining room makes entertaining a breeze.