The distinguished and historical Hellman Mansion 2012 SF Decorator Showcase. A Classical Revival estate, designed by Julius Krafft in 1902, was thoughtfully restored maintaining the architect's original masterpiece but now w/modern comforts & contemporary living spaces. 8BR/7fullBA/3halfBA on four levels, all accessible by elevator. Magnificently proportioned living & dining rooms, grand terraces, reception hall, master suite wing, double winding stair, 7 frplcs, au pair suite, main & catering kitchens, media room, family room, family dining, wine cellar, salon and library. Solar electric. Stunning bay views of Alcatraz, Angel Is, Marin, waterfront & SF hills.
Listed by: Dona Crowder, TRI Coldwell Banker
When many people think of San Francisco, they imagine Pacific Heights. With block after block of large scale, architecturally-significant mansions and stately Victorian homes, many of which have unparalleled city and bay views, this is truly a destination for those who demand the very best. If you are fortunate enough to make your home in Pacific Heights, you can count several well-known architectural masterpieces as your neighbors, including the Spreckles and Flood Mansions and the Haas Lillienthal House. Breathtaking views compliment the stunning homes. Neighborhood businesses are as accommodating and upscale as one would expect, with several small clothing boutiques, bookstores, wine shops, and cafes serving the area. A night out could find you dining at one of several trendy restaurants or catching the latest documentary or foreign must-see at one of two independent movie theaters. Many area residents have called this neighborhood home for years, and you can catch up with your neighbors at Alta Plaza or Lafayette Parks, both of which are very dog and child friendly.
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