A Century-Previous San Francisco Mansion Lists for $23.5 Million

A 100-year-old San Francisco mansion overlooking the length of the Golden Gate Bridge has hit the market for $23.5 million.

Located in the city’s ritzy Presidio Heights, the 7,000-square-foot mansion features oversized windows that frame views of the bridge and San Francisco Bay, according to Team Hatvany agent Nina Hatvany at Compass in San Francisco, who said the Property last listed week.

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“Acclaimed architect Stephen Sutro and interior designer John K. Anderson have worked with the vendors on a comprehensive, multi-year renovation that has completely transformed this extraordinary home,” Ms. Hatvany said in an email. “The entire floor plan has been rearranged, allowing for a much more modern, family-friendly layout while honoring the original bones of the 1923 residence.”

The renovation also means the home, currently one of the most expensive for sale in San Francisco, is move-in ready, unlike many other large properties in the area that may need renovations, the agent added.

The mansion’s design details include French white oak herringbone floors, arched windows with Juliette balconies with wrought iron railings, and ceilings with hand-carved crown moldings, as evidenced by the listing.

The main level features two formal reception rooms – one clad in walnut wood – a formal dining room and wet bar featuring photos. There is also a family room with a wood burning fireplace with a vintage French style marble range cooker and an adjoining kitchen with Miele and Wolf appliances and a butler’s pantry and breakfast nook.

“On either side of the breakfast area are glass doors to a walk-out patio with breathtaking views of the twin towers of the Golden Gate Bridge and the waters of San Francisco Bay, as well as the hills of the Marin Headlands and the Port of Sausalito,” the statement reads Listing.

There are five bedrooms, including a master suite with a private outdoor space overlooking the bridge, a walk-in closet, and a marble bathroom, the listing says.

Other amenities include fitted wardrobes, a wine cellar, an elevator, an outdoor dining area and garden – currently with two sculptures on the lawn, a black and a white sheep – and a two-car garage and a roof terrace with views over the city .

The property last traded for $10.5 million in 2014. The sellers were unavailable for comment.

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